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Miller, N.E. Cohler, B.J. (1984). Psychodynamic Research Perspectives on Development, Psychopathology, and Treatment in Later Life. Psychoanal. Psychol., 1(1):77-82.
   

(1984). Psychoanalytic Psychology, 1(1):77-82

Psychodynamic Research Perspectives on Development, Psychopathology, and Treatment in Later Life

Nancy E. Miller, Ph.D. and Bertram J. Cohler, Ph.D.

Over 700 psychoanalysts and other mental health professionals and investigators recently gathered at the National Institute of Mental Health in Washington, to consider research on the interplay of personality, biology, and society in shaping adaptation to aging. The convening of this meeting, co-sponsored by the Center for Studies of the Mental Health of the Aging and the Psychosocial Treatments Research Branch, marked the first time that NIMH had sponsored a conference in which the clinical and theoretical contributions of psychoanalysis to the study of normal and pathological development had been so explicitly recognized.

Many distinguished psychologists-psychoanalysts served on the formal conference program, among others, including Drs. Diana Hartley, Herbert Schlesinger, and Hans Strupp.

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