(1) Instinct and the Unconscious: A Contribution to a Biological Theory of the Psycho-Neuroses (2) Psychoanalysis: Its History, Theory, and Practice

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    (i) THE investigations and theories of Freud J. have exerted a profound effect upon the development of psychology. This can be seen not only in the rapidly increasing body of teaching put forth by Freud and his orthodox followers, but still more in the mass of writings now appearing which are based largely on certain of Freud's fundamental doctrines, although they are developed along lines diverging widely from those accepted by the psychoanalyst.

    (1) Instinct and the Unconscious: A Contribution to a Biological Theory of the Psycho-Neuroses.

    By Dr. W. H. R. Rivers. (The Cambridge Medical Series.) Pp. viii + 252. (Cambridge: At the University Press, 1920.) 16s. net.

    (2) Psychoanalysis: Its History, Theory, and Practice.

    By André Tridon. Pp. xi + 272. (London: Kegan Paul, Trench, Trubner, and Co., Ltd., 1919.) 10s. 6d. net.

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    (1) Instinct and the Unconscious: A Contribution to a Biological Theory of the Psycho-Neuroses (2) Psychoanalysis: Its History, Theory, and Practice. Nature 107, 515–516 (1921). https://doi.org/10.1038/107515a0

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