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As Adler gradually expanded the horizons of Individual Psychology, he addressed a multitude of topics in the twenty-four articles published between 1914 and 1920. He focused predominantly on the dynamics of neurosis and psychosis, but he began exploring the positive and negative influences of the home and school on the development of the young child, devoting five articles during this period to child guidance. Adler also contributed several book reviews to psychology journals; two have been included in this volume. The political and military issues of his time prompted passionate, persuasive arguments from his keen, analytical mind. His article, "Bolshevism and Psychology," is a classic exposť of the abuse of power and the inevitable response of the people. His comments remain timeless.
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