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The Erikson Identity. Review of the Book by N.S. Burlakova and V.I. Oleshkevich. “E. Erikson's Psychological Theory of Identity as Reflected in the Author's Personal History (A Research on the Nature of Clinical Psychological Knowledge)” 3431
Tolstykh N.N., Doctor of Psychology, Head of the Chair of Social Psychology of Development, Moscow State University of Psychology and Education, Moscow, Russia, email@example.com
This review gives a detailed and carefully reasoned analysis of the monographic study of Erik Erikson's theoretical constructs in the context of his own life story. The review is obviously unbiased and reveals both strong and weak sides of the monograph, the latter mostly related to the authors' personal attitudes towards the works of Erik Erikson and his personality.
Column: Critique and Bibliography