First published in 1989. The purpose of this book has been to present the basic principles of Adler's psychology in a form easily understood by students of psychology as well as a wider population interested in psychology.
Table of Contents
Chapter I Alfred Adler and Individual Psychology; Chapter II Inferiority and Compensation; Chapter III Fictionalism and Finalism; Chapter IV Strivings for Superiority and Social Interest; Chapter V Degrees of Activity and Personality Types; Chapter VI The Style of Life; Chapter VII Three Problems of Life; Chapter VIII Dreams and their Interpretation; Chapter IX Safe-Guarding Tendencies; Chapter X The Neurotic Character; Chapter XI Therapy; Chapter XII Crime and its Prevention; Chapter XIII Applications to Education; Chapter XIV Adler's Critique of Freudian Theory; Chapter XV Epilogue;
Robert W. Lundin Kenan Professor of Psychology The University of the South Sewanee, Tennessee