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ISBN: 0275940136
Author: Sheldon Gardner
Language: English
Publisher: Praeger (June 16, 1992)
Pages: 304
Category: Psychology & Counseling
Subcategory: Health
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Goodreads helps you keep track of books you want to read. Start by marking Red Vienna and the Golden Age of Psychology, 1918-1938 as Want to Read: Want to Read savin. ant to Read. The most notable beneficiary of this intellectual Zeitgeist was the field of psychology; Viennese psychology became famous and its gurus and gadflies became world figures. 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 in Vienna and established training centers there.

SHELDON GARDNER is a clinical psychologist in private practice. 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).

The most notable beneficiary of this intellectual Zeitgeist was the field of psychology; Viennese psychology became famous and its gurus and gadflies became world figures.

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Titles include The Care and Cultivation of Parents, Separation Anxiety and the Dread of Abandonment in Adult Males, Women of Psychology: Pioneers and Innovators, Women of Psychology: Expansion and Refinement, and Red Vienna and the Golden Age of Psychology, 1918-1938. Southeast Missourian. Retrieved 2008-07-16.

Sheldon Gardner, Gwendolyn Stevens. A few years after Austria's disastrous defeat in the First World War, Vienna, a city hardly known for intellectual fervor or serious discourse, suddenly emerged as a mecca for psychology

Sheldon Gardner, Gwendolyn Stevens. A few years after Austria's disastrous defeat in the First World War, Vienna, a city hardly known for intellectual fervor or serious discourse, suddenly emerged as a mecca for psychology. At a time seemingly most unpropitious for scholarly speculation, interbellum Vienna, economically and spiritually bankrupt at its onset, enjoyed a brief, remarkable two decades of excellence and innovation in an unfamiliar realm, that of abstract ideas

Having already written an entry on "History of the History of Psychology" for the Oxford Encyclopedia of the History of Psychology .

Having already written an entry on "History of the History of Psychology" for the Oxford Encyclopedia of the History of Psychology, I have been asked to write another entry on "The Indigenous Turn in Psychology". The entry is due for completion in July.

Since a majority of them were socialist and Jewish, Vienna's leading psychologists emigrated when Austria was annexed by Germany, abruptly ending the Golden Age. Seller Inventory APC9780275940133. More information about this seller Contact this seller.

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A few years after Austria's disastrous defeat in the First World War, Vienna, a city hardly known for intellectual fervor or serious discourse, suddenly emerged as a mecca for psychology. At a time seemingly most unpropitious for scholarly speculation, interbellum Vienna, economically and spiritually bankrupt at its onset, enjoyed a brief, remarkable two decades of excellence and innovation in an unfamiliar realm, that of abstract ideas. The most notable beneficiary of this intellectual Zeitgeist was the field of psychology; Viennese psychology became famous and its gurus and gadflies became world figures.

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 in Vienna and established training centers there. Not only were the historical events momentous, but Vienna's psychologists were often politically active and subversive. Since a majority of them were socialist and Jewish, Vienna's leading psychologists emigrated when Austria was annexed by Germany, abruptly ending the Golden Age.

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