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Piotrowski, Z.A. (1954). Young, Kimball: Personality and Problems of Adjustment. 2nd Edit. [Appelton-Century-Crofts, Inc., 1952. Pp. x + 716. $5.00.]. Psychoanal. Rev., 41(3):298-299.

(1954). Psychoanalytic Review, 41(3):298-299

Young, Kimball: Personality and Problems of Adjustment. 2nd Edit. [Appelton-Century-Crofts, Inc., 1952. Pp. x + 716. $5.00.]

Review by:
Z. A. Piotrowski

This revised and greatly enlarged second edition follows the first one after 12 years. The author, professor of sociology at Northwestern University, has brought the text up to date and added a number of new chapters. He defines personality “as the more or less organized body of ideas, attitudes, traits, values, and responses (habits) which an individual has built into roles and statuses for dealing with others and with himself.”

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