Psychoanalysis and the Family Systems Theory
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From the Paper:"The evolution of the field of psychology, which began with roots in philosophy, religion, and science, has progressed to include numerous divisions resulting in myriad current theories. The determination as to when the field of psychology actually began is, therefore, difficult to ascertain. Moreover, it is difficult to trace the actual beginnings of one form of psychology, for example, that of family systems. This is primarily because the field of family systems psychology has had contributions from other fields such as biological science (i.e., von Bertalanffy's general systems theory), sociology, social work, social psychiatry and social psychology. Given the multiple contributors to the field of family systems psychology from an historical perspective, this paper will be ... "
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