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Grotjahn, M. (1944). The Significance of Psychiatry in our Time: Richard Sterba. Psychiatry, IV, 1941, pp. 511–513.. Psychoanal Q., 13:127-127.
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(1944). Psychoanalytic Quarterly, 13:127-127

The Significance of Psychiatry in our Time: Richard Sterba. Psychiatry, IV, 1941, pp. 511–513.

Martin Grotjahn

The vast and noble task which falls to psychiatrists may be summarized in the formula: humanization of the human mind. What Freud said about psychotherapy with regard to the single neurotic must be the slogan for the civilization of cultured mankind: 'Where Id was there shall Ego be'. What characterizes man is his ego, the central function of which is consciousness. In therapy with the person and, as a corollary, with all mankind, the id is diminished and the ego extended.

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Grotjahn, M. (1944). The Significance of Psychiatry in our Time. Psychoanal. Q., 13:127-127

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