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Adler individual psychology

Adler individual psychology (the Austrian psychiatrist of A. Adler, 1870-1937) – the frame of reference in psychology and psychiatry based on idea that fundamentals of psychology of an individual is the aspiration ratio to power and feelings of inferiority. This ratio defines dynamics of mental activity of the person, and also can serve as the reason of various mental disorders. Is based on the idealistic theory of Nietzsche claiming that the aspiration to power is the main motive power of behavior of the person.

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