concepts of self-acceptance and self-respect in Karen Horney"s theory of neurosis. by Paul of the Cross Murray

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  • Horney, Karen, -- 1885-1952.,
  • Psychoanalysis,
  • Neuroses

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She also further refined attachment theory with concepts such as mother as secure base and organizations of. CHAPTER 5 KAREN HORNEY Neurosis and Human Growth Objectives Biographical Sketch The Basic Nature of Human Beings The Structure and Development of Personality Further Applications of Horneyan Theory Neurosis Psychotherapy Female Sexuality Evaluation Criticisms and Controversies Contributions Suggested Reading Summary Study Questions Part I.

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