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Yates, S.L. (1933). Individual Psychology and Organic Disease: By various authors. (Individual Psychology Publications. C. W. Daniel Company, London, 1932. Pp. 74. Price 2 s. 6 d.). Int. J. Psycho-Anal., 14:437.

(1933). International Journal of Psycho-Analysis, 14:437

Individual Psychology and Organic Disease: By various authors. (Individual Psychology Publications. C. W. Daniel Company, London, 1932. Pp. 74. Price 2 s. 6 d.)

Review by:
S. L. Yates

The aim of this pamphlet is to supply to the general practitioner the attitude of Individual Psychology towards organic disease so that he can learn in a simplified way the basis of Alfred Adler's teaching.

Apart from a very sound lecture given by O. A. Woodcock on the Development of Individual Psychology, the authors have tended to out-Groddeck Groddeck. An example will shew the whole trend of these lectures. 'Phthisis always has its origin in discouragement' (p. 53).

It is to be noted that Individual Psychology seems to boost itself by running down psycho-analysis, a practice, as in politics, to be deplored.

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