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Nature volume 135, page 208 (09 February 1935) | Download Citation



DR. IVES HENDRICK gives here what is probably the best account of the present position of this art—psychoanalysis can scarcely be said to have reached the position of a science yet. The book is divided into four parts dealing with the facts, theories, therapy and present status of psychoanalysis. The author is largely a Freudian, and so does not approve of the theories of Adler, although to many in Great Britain the latter are more acceptable; but then the theories are not psychoanalysis as it ought to be understood as referring purely to Freudian theory.

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