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Henry Stein November 1st, 2005 02:08 PM

New Theme Packs on Selected Topics - #14 "Delinquency"
 
You may now order Theme Packs on Selected Topics from The Collected Clinical Works of Alfred Adler by going to the Classical Adlerian Resource Center for Students, Professors, & Researchers. Each pack includes a full chapter, written by Alfred Adler, devoted to that topic, as well as a condensed overview of Classical Adlerian Psychology. After you place your order via PayPal, I will send you an e-mail with the pdf file attached, as well as a password to open it. (If you do not have the free Adobe Acrobat Reader, you can get it here). You will then be able to read, print, search, and copy portions of the chapter for your personal use in course reports and papers. A limited number of copies may also be printed and distributed to class or study group members.

This new resource will greatly facilitate the quotation of Adler's ideas in academic papers.

Henry Stein November 1st, 2005 02:22 PM

Re: New Theme PacKs on Selected Topics - #1: Birth Order
 
Theme Pack #1 - Birth Order

"How Position in the Family Constellation Influences Life Style, " by Alfred Adler, recently published as Chapter XXV in The Collected Clinical Works of Alfred Adler: Volume 7, is now available for purchase as a single article. To access Theme Pack1: Birth Order, go to the Classical Adlerian Resource Center The articles will be sent as a pdf file, permitting searching, printing, and the copying of text segments. A condensed overiew of Classical Adlerian Psychology is also included in the theme pack.

Henry Stein December 3rd, 2005 11:34 AM

Re: New Theme Packs on Selected Topics - #2: Deams
 
Theme Pack 2: Dreams "On the Interpretation of Dreams," by Alfred Adler.

After presenting a short summary of Freud's contributions to dream theory, Adler offers a contrasting perspective of dreams (with illustrations) as attempts to solve the problems of life, away from common sense--toward an unconscious style of life. Chapter XXI from "The Collected Clinical Works of Alfred Adler" - Volume 7 (13 pages). To access Theme Pack 2: Dreams, go to the Classical Adlerian Resource Center The articles will be sent as a pdf file, permitting searching, printing, and the copying of text segments. A condensed overiew of Classical Adlerian Psychology is also included in the theme pack.

Henry Stein December 3rd, 2005 07:33 PM

Re: New Theme Packs on Selected Topics - #3: Substance Abuse
 
Theme Pack 3: Substance Abuse "Narcotic Abuse and Alcoholism"

Rather than struggling to solve a difficult problem, the substance abuser often seeks quick relief. Adler suggests a series of penetrating interview questions that reveal what is being avoided, and discusses the lack of preparation problem-solving since early childhood. To access Theme Pack3: Substance Abuse, go to the Classical Adlerian Resource Center.

Henry Stein January 17th, 2006 02:14 PM

Re: New Theme Packs on Selected Topics - #2 & 3: Dreams & Substance Abuse
 
Theme Pack 4: Early Recollections - "Significance of Early Recollections," by Alfred Adler.

When correctly understood in relation to the rest of an individual's life, early recollections (although often imagined) contain the central interests of that person. They give us valuable hints and clues in finding the direction of a person's striving and style of life. To access Theme Pack4: Early Recollections, go to the Classical Adlerian Resource Center.

Henry Stein January 17th, 2006 02:17 PM

Re: New Theme Packs on Selected Topics - #2 & 3: Dreams & Substance Abuse
 
Theme Pack 5: Striving & Social Interest "The Origin of the Striving for Superiority & Social Interest," by Alfred Adler.

Every individual strives for completeness. Variations are the striving for perfection, superiority, and power, yielding different degress of social usefulness. The basic direction of human evolution is social feeling which needs social understanding in order to develop. To access Theme Pack5: Striving & Social Interest, go to the Classical Adlerian Resource Center.

Henry Stein February 13th, 2006 06:48 PM

Re: New Theme Packs on Selected Topics - #6: Criminals and Crime
 
Theme Pack 6: Criminals and Crime

In criminals, social interest is deeply disturbed, or in some cases non-existent. Not interested in others, he can cooperate only to a certain degree. When this level is exhausted, and a problem is too difficult for him, he turns to crime. To access Theme Pack 6: Criminals and Crime, go to the Classical Adlerian Resource Center.

Henry Stein February 18th, 2006 10:41 AM

Re: New Theme Packs on Selected Topics - #7: Philosophy - "The Meaning of Life"
 
Theme Pack 7: Philosophy

Feeling valuable results from a successful contribution to others and is the only direction in which the average inferiority feelings of people experience a successful compensation. To be valuable means to have contributed. Thus, human happiness can be found only in applied social interest. "The Meaning of Life," Chapter XXIV from "The Collected Clinical Works of Alfred Adler" may be ordered as Theme Pack 7: Philsosophy at http://www.Adlerian.us/theme.htm.

Henry Stein March 24th, 2006 06:39 PM

Theme Pack 8: Inferiority & Striving
 
Theme Pack 8: Inferiority & Striving

In children, there is a basic human need to compensate for the feeling of inferiority with an increased quest for recognition. We should never demand more than the child can accomplish, because at this point most of our errors in education begin. Educators should not use physical or psychological punishment, not ridicule children, or humiliate them in any way. The Feeling of Inferiority and the Striving for Recognition, by Alfred Adler may be ordered at http://www.Adlerian.us/theme.htm

Henry Stein March 24th, 2006 06:42 PM

Theme Pack 9: Character & Talent
 
Theme Pack 9: Character & Talent

Talent is not inherited, and the possibilities and potentialities of any individual for performance are not fixed, nor are intellectual and other talents separated from the totality of the personality. One must first understand this totality before attempting to judge the level of performance in any sensible way. Adler emphasizes the role of training and the struggle to overcome difficulties and defects. Character and Talent, by Alfred Adler, may be ordered at http://www.Adlerian.us/theme.htm


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