The Adolescent Passage: Developmental Issues ePub download
by Peter Blos
- ISBN: 0823600955
- ISBN13: 978-0823600953
- ePub: 1200 kb | FB2: 1697 kb
- Language: English
- Category: Social Sciences
- Publisher: Intl Universities Pr Inc; 1st Edition edition (February 1, 1979)
- Pages: 521
- Rating: 4.4/5
- Votes: 108
- Format: txt azw azw lrf
Since this is Peter Blos on the adolescent process, one opens the book in anticipation of a presentation flavored with the flair of a. .The Adolescent Passage is a good book. It starts out as a bad book and is theoretically pithy.
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Psychiatric Annals Peter Bios THE ADOLESCENT PASSAGE New York . When and How Does Adolescence End?" is about four developmental tasks required to complete the adolescent process.
Psychiatric Annals Peter Bios THE ADOLESCENT PASSAGE New York: International Universities Press. This book consists of several articles written by Dr. Bios, an author who is well known for his outstanding contributions to psychological developmental, clinical, and psychosocial issues surrounding adolescence. All of these issues are studied in one or more of 19 articles in The Adolescent. Peter Bios THE ADOLESCENT PASSAGE New York: International Universities Press.
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The Adolescent Passage: Develop. 521 pp. In ternational Universities Press, 1979. The developmental tasks of the time between childhood and adult life have. those by Bates, Bloom, Hor gan, and Nelson, to name only a few). A. nice counterpart to Fillmore's fascinating. tration and upset for parents and teen.
Peter Blos was born on February 2, 1904 in Karlsruhe, Germany, to Edwin Blos . The adolescent passage: Developmental issues. New York: International Universities Press.
Peter Blos was born on February 2, 1904 in Karlsruhe, Germany, to Edwin Blos and Eva Lewinstein-Blos. His father was a doctor who inspired Peter by speaking often about the spiritual teachings of Gandhi and Luther. The book was unique in its intellectual prowess and audacity, having been written by a German living in Germany who attacked the illusion of German moral and cultural superiority. It was thus considered highly subversive by the German government (Zuelzer, 1982) Blos, P. (1979).
Peter Blos was a German-born American psychoanalyst, educator and author. He was a leading authority in the field of adolescent psychology. Also, he founded the Association for Child Psychoanalysis with Albert J. Solnit. During the 1920's, Blos was introduced to Anna Freud, who asked his help in creating a school for children, undergoing analysis. The project was supported and encouraged by Eva Rosenfeld and Dorothy Burlingham, a friend of Anna Freud, whose children attended the small school. Blos invited Erik Erikson to join him there.