Karen Horney

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Karen Horney
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Karen Horney
Born16 September 1885
Died4 December 1952 (Aged 67)
NationalityGerman
Scientific career
Fieldspsychoanalyst

Karen Horney (16 September 1885 in Blankenese, Germany – 4 December 1952 in New York) was a German psychoanalyst and psychiatrist. Her theories questioned some traditional Freudian views.

Works by Karen Horney[change | change source]

The following are all still in print:

  • Neurosis and Human Growth, Norton, New York, 1950. ISBN 0-393-00135-0
  • Are You Considering Psychoanalysis? Norton, 1946. ISBN 0-393-00131-8
  • Our Inner Conflicts, Norton, 1945. ISBN 0-393-00133-4
  • Self-analysis, Norton, 1942. ISBN 0-393-00134-2
  • New Ways in Psychoanalysis, Norton, 1939. ISBN 0-393-00132-6 (alternate link)
  • The Neurotic Personality of our Time, Norton, 1937. ISBN 0-393-01012-0
  • Feminine Psychology (reprints), Norton, 1922-37 1967. ISBN 0-393-00686-7
  • The Collected Works of Karen Horney (2 vols.), Norton, 1950. ISBN 1-199-36635-8
  • The Adolescent Diaries of Karen Horney, Basic Books, New York, 1980. ISBN 046500055X
  • The Therapeutic Process: Essays and Lectures, ed. Bernard J. Paris, Yale University Press, New Haven, 1999. ISBN 0-300-07527-8
  • The Unknown Karen Horney: Essays on Gender, Culture, and Psychoanalysis, ed. Bernard J. Paris, Yale University Press, New Haven, 2000. ISBN 0-300-08042-5

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