Beyond Psychoanalysis: The Contributions of Anna Freud to Applied Developmental Psychology

@inproceedings{Aldridge2014BeyondPT,
  title={Beyond Psychoanalysis: The Contributions of Anna Freud to Applied Developmental Psychology},
  author={Jerry Aldridge and Jennifer L. Kilgo and Grace Jepkemboi},
  year={2014}
}
Anna Freud is most noted as one of the founders of child psychoanalysis and as the daughter of Sigmund Freud. However, A. Freud made substantial contributions to other areas of psychology, particularly developmental psychology. Many of her publications in human development have either gone unnoticed or have been overshadowed by colleagues such as John Bowlby, former students such as Erik Erikson, or renowned researchers in human development such as Jean Piaget or Lev Vygotsky. This article… CONTINUE READING

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