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Charlotte Bühler (1073)

Interests
Developmental, evaluation and measurement, humanism, personality and social, psychotherapy
Profession
Psychologist
Nationality
German
Born
1893, Berlin, Germany
Died
1974, Stuttgart, West Germany
Short Biography
Charlotte Bühler (née Malachowski, December 20, 1893 – February 3, 1974) was a German developmental psychologist. | More at Wikipedia
Education
  • BS University of Berlin, 1915
  • PhD University of Munich, 1918
Appointments & Honors
  • Rockefeller Exchange Fellowship, 1923
  • Series Editor, Quellen und Studien zur Jugendkunde, 1925-37
  • President, Association for Humanistic Psychology, 1965-6
Principal Publications
  • 1929 Das Seekenleben des Jugendlichen, 5th edn. Fisher.
  • 1933 Der menschliche Lebenslaufals psychologisches Problem. Hirzel.
  • 1950 The concept of integration and the Rorschach test as a measurement of personality integration. Journal of Projective Techniques, 14, 315-19.
  • 1951 Maturation and motivation. Personality, 1, 184-211.
  • 1951 The World Test, a projective technique. Journal of Child Psychiatry, 2, 4-23.
  • 1954 The reality principle. American Journal of Psychotherapy, 8, 626-47.
  • 1954 The process-organization of psychotherapy. Psychiatry Quarterly, 28, 287-311.
  • 1959 Theoretical observations about life's basic tendencies. American Journal of Psychotherapy, 13, 561-81.
  • 1962 Psychologie im Leben unserer Zeit. Droemer.
  • 1968 Psychotherapy and the image of man. Psychotherapy, 5, 2.
  • 1971 Basic theoretical concepts of humanistic psychology. American Psychologist, 26, 378-86.