Sélection de liens. Erik Erikson (né le 15 juin 1902 ; décédé le 12 mai 1994) est un psychanalyste américain, auteur d'une théorie du développement psychosocial en huit stades successifs. Eric "Red" Erickson (1890 – January 1983) was a Swedish oil executive.. Background. Erik Erikson biography Once described by a colleague as “Freud in sonnet form”,  psychological giant Erik Erikson blurred the line between science [...] Read More. Né le 15 juin 1902 à Francfort-sur-le-Main (Allemagne), Erik Erikson s'installe à Vienne en 1927, où il s'occupe des quatre enfants de l'Américaine Dorothy Tiffany Burlingham, qui étudie la psychanalyse avec Sigmund Freud. Votre avis ou message sur Erik Erikson : Voir / Poster un commentaire.
He claimed to have fought in the U.S. Army in World War I, although this was not true, and graduated from Cornell University in 1921. She had married a man named Valdemar Salomonsen, but her husband left Europe within a day of their marriage and went to North America; she never saw him again and he seems to have had no further … Erik Erikson est né le 15 juin 1902 à Francfort-sur-le-Main en Allemagne, d'un... Lire la suite Biographie; Artistes similaires; Les univers. Erik Erikson. Self-Perception Theory (Bem) Summary: Self-perception theory describes the process in which people, lacking initial attitudes or emotional responses, develop them by observing their [...] Read More. Biographie de Erik Erikson.
Psychanalyste américain d'origine allemande (1902-1994). The most accurate and authoritative biography of Erikson is Lawrence J. Friedman, Identity’s Architect: A Biography of Erik, H. Erikson (1999), which is also the best overview of Erikson’s writings. Erik Homburger Erikson was born Erik Salomonsen on June 15, 1902, near Frankfurt, Germany. Erikson suit les enseignements d'Anna Freud à l'Institut de psychanalyse, s'initie à la méthode d'enseignement de Maria Montessori, cr . The Harvard psychiatrist and teacher Robert Coles wrote an extended commentary, Erik H. Erikson: The Growth of His Work (1970), but it is limited by its lack of critical perspective.
Identity Theories. Erickson was born in America, the son of Swedish immigrants. His mother, Karla Abrahamsen, was from a wealthy Jewish family in Copenhagen, Denmark.