Harry Stack Sullivan

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Noun1.Harry Stack Sullivan - United States psychiatrist (1892-1949)
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Harry Stack Sullivan is also considered a pioneer in field theory for his efforts to merge psychiatry and social psychology (Morgan, 2014).
He draws particularly on the work of Harry Stack Sullivan. ([umlaut] Ringgold, Inc., Portland, OR)
He covers the beginning of systematic investigation by American psychiatrist and social scientist Harry Stack Sullivan (1892-1949), learning interpersonal behavior, varieties of it, negotiating interpersonal transactions, contractual arrangements in interpersonal relations, personality disorder as extra-normative efforts at relationship, and psychotherapy as disorder-reducing interpersonal relationships.
A second concern arises with this statement: "Also, it is wrong to presume that because psychoanalysis in 1950's America was so reactionary, that it was always that way." As evidence, Blechner cites an earlier American psychologist, Harry Stack Sullivan, the revolutionary of the 1920's who was "way ahead of the norm in society, then and even today." Hooray!
Harry Stack Sullivan was a psychoanalyst who followed Sigmund Freud.
Historians of psychoanalysis will hear echoes of Otto Rank Harry Stack Sullivan Clara Thompson Carl Rogers Rollo May and Irvin Yalom.
Similarly, they point out the similarities in thought between Binswanger and Harry Stack Sullivan.
Harry Stack Sullivan, explored that area better than any other person in psychiatry.
* Describe the planning process in everyday language that, according to psychiatrist Harry Stack Sullivan, "even a newsboy can understand." For example, "We are going to help you figure out what you want and then help you figure out how to get it."
In their writings, a virtual battery of psychological experts--ranging from Erich Fromm, Theodore Adorno and Harry Stack Sullivan, to Carl Rogers, Gordon Allport, and Abraham Maslow--were critical of the conservative sexual morality that, at least on a surface level, seemed to dominate during the 1950s.