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Meerloo, J.A. (1960). Who are these: I, Me, my EGO and Myself? A Survey of Ego Aspects. Psychoanal. Rev., 47B(2):83-96.

(1960). Psychoanalytic Review, 47B(2):83-96

Who are these: I, Me, my EGO and Myself? A Survey of Ego Aspects

Joost A. M. Meerloo

Caught in the steadily rising stream of quotation-choked literature on the subject of ego and ego development, the author seeks to approach this subject from his own subjective struggle with the problems—first as he encountered them in his own analysis and life experiences, and later in therapy with patients.

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