Birth Pattern Psychology presents a new method of personality assessment. Human needs, attitudes, and behaviors define the book's content. By blending the pioneering concepts of Jung, Horney, and Freud with the contemporary insights of Maslow, Perls, and Sartre, the author provides a context for understanding what people communicate through actions and words. Part One: A Synthesis presents the concepts and measurement techniques basic to birth pattern psychology. It includes numerous birth patterns and provides all the materials essential for learning birth pattern assessment. Part Two: Analysis explores the strengths and vulnerabilities of specific patterns. It is designed to stimulate self-analysis.
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