Journal of Individual Psychology

Online ISSN: 0022-1805
Early childhood memories recalled by Adler, Freud, and Jung are presented, interpreted, and summarized within an Adlerian framework. Similarities between the early recollection themes and each man's theoretical position are indicated. Finally, the 3 sets of memories are compared and the common features and distinguishing characteristics that emerge are noted.
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Thomas Sweeney
  • Ohio University
Richard E. Watts
  • Sam Houston State University
Geoff Macdonald
  • University of Toronto
Len Sperry
  • Florida Atlantic University
Erik Mansager
  • Webster University Geneva