2 edition of skeptical psychoanalyst. found in the catalog.
Kenneth Mark Colby
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Additional Physical Format: Online version: Colby, Kenneth Mark, Skeptical psychoanalyst. New York, Ronald Press Co.  (OCoLC) The Psychology of the Occult is a skeptical book on the paranormal by psychologist D.
Rawcliffe. It was later published skeptical psychoanalyst. book Illusions and Delusions of the Supernatural and the Occult () and Occult and Supernatural Phenomena () by Dover ist Julian Huxley wrote a foreword to the her: London: Ridgway / New York:.
This book is a reflection of a growing awareness among philosophers and psychologists of the inescapable entanglement of psychology with its philosophical underpinnings. It deals with the dissection of the assumptions that control contemporary inquiry into psychological events, and it offers a preliminary examination of the consequences for Cited by: The book has been praised by some commentators, and compared to the psychoanalyst Ernest Jones's The Life and Work of Sigmund Freud (–).
However, it has been criticized by authors skeptical of psychoanalysis, who have accused Gay of lacking objectivity, and of Author: Peter Gay.
The psychoanalyst's authority for deciding the nature or validity of a patient's state and the lack of empirical verifiability for making this decision was not acceptable to Colby. Colby's disenchantment with psychoanalysis would be further expressed in several publications, including his book, A Skeptical Psychoanalyst.
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