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This Changes Everything: The Relational…

This Changes Everything: The Relational Revolution in Psychology

by Christina Robb

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In 1977, Carol Gilligan published the essay "In a Different Voice" describing the discrepancy in morality and self-expression between men and women. In a radical break with the Freudian school that dominated psychology, Gilligan and her peers went on to identify relationships rather than the notion of "self" as the foundation of our psychological and physical states. Pulitzer Prize-winning journalist Christina Robb recounts the untold efforts of a pioneering group of psychologists--Carol Gilligan, Jean Baker Miller, and Judith Lewis Herman--whose groundbreaking work really did change everything.

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"How the work of Carol Gilligan, Jean Baker Miller, Judith Lewis Herman, and their colleagues brought democracy to our personal lives" -- Book jacket.

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