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Author: Gwendolyn Stevens
ISBN13: 978-0870734434
Title: The women of psychology
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Language: English
Category: Psychology and Counseling
Publisher: Schenkman Pub. Co (1982)

The women of psychology by Gwendolyn Stevens

The Women of Psychology, Volume 2: Expansion and Refinement Paperback – 1982. by Gwendolyn Stevens and Sheldon Gardner (Author).

Gwendolyn Stevens (Author). ISBN-13: 978-0870734465. The 13-digit and 10-digit formats both work.

GWENDOLYN STEVENS is Professor of Psychology and Adjunct Counselor at the . Coast Guard Academy in New London, Connecticut. Together, Gardner and Stevens have written Women of Psychology: Volume I: Pioneers and Innovators (1981), and Volume II: Expansion and Refinement (1982), The Care and Cultivation of Parents (1979), and Separation Anxiety in Adult Males (in preparation).

Starting ballet at four, I was a model at five and an actress at six. At sixteen when I enrolled at Pasadena Community College, my life seemed pretty well planned. But then I had a big oops. By nineteen, I was the mother of two. I returned to college when Lorin was five and Steven four. Ten years later I was awarded a P. Life had gotten back on track. Although I worked prior to completing my degrees, secretary, bank clerk, and typist, once I earned my Masters degree, I began teaching. We co- authored two volumes of The Women of Psychology. The Care and Cultivation of Parents had been published the year we arrived in Missouri. We also collaborated on several journal articles and other professional publications. When I had the opportunity, I left the Midwest, accepting a position at the United States Coast Guard Academy.

This is the first book to present that history within the context of the political and social events of the time. Sigmund Freud, Alfred Adler, Otto Rank, Karl Buhler, Erik Erikson, and Helene Deutsch were among the hundreds of famous psychologists who lived and established training centers in Vienna. Momentous historical events forced the emigration of the majority of Vienna's leading psychologists, who, largely Socialist and Jewish, emigrated when Austria was "annexed" by Germany, abruptly ending the Golden Age.

The Women Of Psychology.

Gwendolyn Stevens and Sheldon Gardner. The women of psychology. Vol. 1: Pioneers and innovators; Vol. 2: Expansion and refinement. Identity's Architect: A Biography of Erik H. Erikson. Helpful, too, were Sheldon Gardner and Gwendolyn Stevens's Red Vienna and the Golden Age of Psychology, 1918-1938 (1992) and Helmut Gruber's Red. and the Golden Age of Psychology, 1918-1938. Red Vienna and the Golden Age of Psychology, 1918-1938.

Gwendolyn Stevens, author of Separation anxiety and the dread of abandonment in adult males, on LibraryThing. The women of psychology 2 copies. Gwendolyn Stevens is currently considered a "single author. If one or more works are by a distinct, homonymous authors, go ahead and split the author. Gwendolyn Stevens is composed of 1 name.

Chapter 6: Courses in the Psychology of Women: Catalysts for Change Michele A. Paludi, Linda Dillon, Tina Stern, Jennifer Martin, Darlene DeFour, and Christa White.