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Abrams, S. (1990). Orienting Perspectives on Shame and Self-Esteem. Psychoanal. St. Child, 45:411-416.

(1990). Psychoanalytic Study of the Child, 45:411-416

Orienting Perspectives on Shame and Self-Esteem

Samuel Abrams, M.D.


The orienting perspectives for examining shame and self-esteem included phenomenological, developmental (from a linear and from a discontinuous point of view), pathogenesis, and modes of therapeutic action. The perspectives are overlapping but potential incompatibilities exist, especially in the area of therapeutic action.

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