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Author Erikson, Erik H. (Erik Homburger), 1902-1994, author

Title Identity, youth, and crisis / Erik H. Erikson
Edition Reissued as Norton paperback 1994
Published New York : W.W. Norton, [1968]
New York : W. W. Norton & Company, [1994]
©1968
©1968

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Description 336 pages ; 22 cm
Series Austen Riggs monograph ; no. 7
Austen Riggs monograph ; no. 7
Contents I. Prologue. -- II. Foundations in observation. 1. A clinician's notebook. -- 2. On totalitarianism. -- III. The life cycle: epigenesis of identity. 1. Infancy and the mutuality of recognition. -- 2. Early childhood and the will to be oneself. -- 3. Childhood and the anticipation of roles. -- 4. School age and task identification. -- 5. Adolescence. -- 6. Beyond identity. -- IV. Identity confusion in life history and case history. 1. Biographic I: creative confusion. (1) G.B.S. (age 70) on young Shaw (age 20). -- (2) William James, his own alienist. -- 2. Genetic: identification and identity. -- 3. Pathographic: the clinical picture of severe identity confusion. -- 4. Societal: from individual confusion to social order. -- 5. Biographic II.: the confusion returns, psychopathology of every night. (1) Freud's dream of Irma. -- (2) William James's terminal dream. -- V. Theoretical interlude. 1. Ego and environment. -- 2. Confusion, transference, and resistance. -- 3. I, my self, and my ego. -- 4. A communality of egos. -- 5. Theory and ideology. -- VI. Toward contemporary issues: youth. -- VII. Womanhood and the inner space. -- VIII. Race and the wider identity
Summary Essays in ego psychology, based on papers written from 1951 to 1967, by a neo-Freudian analyst and theorist
Analysis Identity (Psychology)
Notes Includes index
Bibliography Bibliographical references included in "Notes" (pages 323-329)
Subject Adolescent psychology.
Identity (Psychology)
Identity (Psychology) in adolescence.
Youth -- Psychology.
Identity.
Identification (Psychology)
Genre/Form Essays.
LC no. 67017681
ISBN 0393311449