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KARDINER, ABRAM (–), U.S. psychoanalyst. Born and educated in New York City, Kardiner studied with *Freud from to In he was. Dr. Abram Kardiner, a leading American psychoanalyst who was one of the last living persons to have been analyzed by Sigmund Freud, died. Abram Kardiner’s 13 research works with citations and reads, including: The Mark of Oppression: Exploration in the Personality of the American Negro.

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Kardiner’s theoretical procedure involved analyses of the social frustration of adult neurotics and “normal” individuals within the Western culture.

Kardiner published his major contribution to anthropology, The Individual and His Society inwith Linton as a contributor. Retrieved from ” https: Abgam standard practice was for an anthropologist to describe a culture; Kardiner would then analyze it in terms of his neo-Freudian ego psychology.

His last book was My Analysis with Freud: Medal of Freedom Recipients. Manson, The Psychodynamics of Culture: Kardiner postulated the existence of a basic personality structure BPS personality traits shared by members of a society as a result of common early experiences.

Abram Kardiner

The Traumatic Neuroses of War. By using this site, you agree to the Terms of Use and Privacy Policy. He divided culture into primary institutions, which generated the BPS, and secondary institutions, which were expressions of the BPS. He conducted joint seminars at Columbia University on the kardiiner of individual personality and culture in diverse societies.

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Kardiner, Abram

In recognition of his role as a renowned pioneer in the application of psychoanalysis to the study of culture, the APM established the Abram Kardiner Lectureship on Psychoanalysis and Culture in One problem Kardiner encountered was the availability of cultural, but not psychological data on the societies investigated. From his conclusions he established how groups in any culture would react to similar social frustration. For more guidance, see Wikipedia: Karduner Click [show] for important translation instructions.

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Inferences about the personality produced in the culture were drawn and checked by actual psychological tests. Kardiner is now credited with defining posttraumatic stress disorder PTSD. Committee on Problems of Neurotic Behavior.

Date and year link. Machine translation like Deepl or Google Translate is a useful starting point for translations, but translators must revise errors as necessary and confirm that the translation is accurate, rather than simply copy-pasting machine-translated text into the English Wikipedia. Various patterns of child rearing, the biography of adult behavior, and institutional structure were subjected kardiher psychodynamic analysis.

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Medal of Honor Recipients. Kardiner was deeply interested in cross-cultural diagnosis and the psychoanalytic study of culture.

National Research Council U. Basically, Kardiner posited a congruence between childhood kaardiner and expressive culture, mediated by the BPS, the same kind of congruity that Freud identified between parents and gods in The Future of an Illusion. In he went to Vienna for a six-month training analysis with Sigmund Freud, and also took qbram opportunity to attend lectures by Geza Roheim on psychoanalysis and anthropology.

Secondary institutions were based on the psychological process of projection and served to satisfy unmet needs symbolically.

This article about an American scientist is a kardinee. This page was last edited on 22 Mayat Based on work conducted at No. It was from these cultural institutions, therefore, that the basic personality expected in the culture could be inferred.