Modus vivendi

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Alfredus Adler.

Modus vivendi (Theodisce Lebensstil) in psychologia, secundum Alfredum Adlerum, psychiatrem Austriacum, est unum e nonnullis constructis quae dynamicas personalitatis describunt. Unicum, non conscium, semperque iteratum hominis modum respondendi (aut vitandi) principalia vivendi pensa significat, quae sunt amicitia, amor, labor. Hic modus, in prototypo puerili inhaerens, constans per vitam manet, nisi per psychotherapiam profunditatis commutatur.[1]

Nexus interni

Notae[recensere | fontem recensere]

  1. Alfred Adler, Understanding Human Nature [1927] 1992: 18.

Bbliographia[recensere | fontem recensere]

  • Berne, Eric. 1972. What Do You Say After You Say Hello? The psychology of human destiny. Novi Eboraci: Grove Press. ISBN 0394479955.
  • Bishop, Malachy L., et Warren L. Rule. 2005. Adlerian Lifestyle Counseling: Practice and Research. Novi Eboraci: Routledge. ISBN 0-415-95216-6.
  • Eckstein, Daniel, et Roy Kern. 2009. Psychological Fingerprints: Lifestyle Assessments and Interventions. Dubuque Iovae: Kendall/Hunt. ISBN 0-7575-6189-6.
  • Mosak, Harold H., et M. Maniacci. 1999. A Primer of Adlerian Psychology.
  • Powers, Robert L., et Jane Griffith. 1987. Understanding Life-Style: The Psycho-Clarity Process. Sicagi: Americas Institute of Adlerian Studies. ISBN 0-918287-03-0.
  • Shulman, Bernard H., et Harold H. Mosak. 1988. Manual for Life Style Assessment. Muncie Indianae: Accelerated Development. ISBN 0-915202-72-7.

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