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Chodorkoff, B. (1990). The Many Faces of Shame edited by Donald L. Nathanson New York: Guilford, 1987, xvi + 370 pp., $30.00. Psa. Books, 1(3):359-361.

(1990). Psychoanalytic Books, 1(3):359-361

The Many Faces of Shame edited by Donald L. Nathanson New York: Guilford, 1987, xvi + 370 pp., $30.00

Review by:
Bernard Chodorkoff, Ph.D., M.D.

The Many Faces of Shame represents the end product of the editor's devotion to the belief in the importance of exploring the neglected domain of shame. The editor, Donald L. Nathanson, a psychiatrist in private practice in Philadelphia, has for some years been involved in the study of affect psychology and has naturally extended his interest to the study of shame. His observations have led him to the conclusion that shame-laden situations are ubiquitous but are overlooked particularly by therapists.

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