Karen Horney

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Psychiatric issues such as the formation of intimate bonds, personality, anxiety, and antisocial behavior tend to have little place in Vygotskian and neo-Vygotskian studies, giving the impression that all humans are competent and cooperative participants in social interaction. Nonetheless, Vygotsky himself was interested in psychiatric issues and(More)
[This is a revised version of the chapter on Karen Horney that appeared in Personality and Personal Growth, fourth edition, edited by Robert Frager and James Fadiman, Longman, 1998. It incorporates the expanded section on "The Process of Psychotherapy" that appears in the fifth edition, and it omits various learning aids and "sides" (pertinent quotations in(More)
« What happens when we write about ourselves using poetic and fictional techniques? This is the question at the heart of Celia Hunt’s new book, in which she explores the effects of creative life writing on adults taking the MA in Creative Writing and Personal Development at the University of Sussex, a unique and highly successful programme of study which(More)