Talk:Classical Adlerian psychology

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I am the author and copyright holder of the web page material.

Henry T. Stein, Ph.D.

Does this mean that you give permission for your material to be released under the GFDL? If so, thank you for your contribution to Wikipedia, and I will remove the possible copyright violation notice. --timc | Talk 19:57, 25 Nov 2004 (UTC)

Proposed merge[edit]

I have proposed that Fictional final goal be merged into this article. There is some duplication in information, and I would think it would be better to expand this article, as there's not too much here, with "Fictional final goal" as a section if necessary. Please discuss the proposal here. - N (talk) 00:52, 28 December 2005 (UTC)

This merge has been completed. DrStein 30 December 2005

Many thanks for your work on this. I'll create a redirect from Fictional final goal. - N (talk) 15:40, 31 December 2005 (UTC)

Organ Jargon[edit]

An organ's eloquent expression of an individual's feelings, emotions, or attitude. Usually an ultra-sensitive organ sends a symbolic message of the individual's distress about a subjectively unfavorable psychological situation.

This needs some re-wording as it doesn't seem to make sense. It could use some more explaination on how it relates to the topic and how it is proposed to function. --DanielCD 02:41, 20 March 2006 (UTC)

External Link[edit]

I have recorded a podcast about Adler and personal psychology. The podcast is an audio article based on scholarly research. I think it would be an appropriate link to this article. Please review it and add it if you agree. —The preceding unsigned comment was added by Jonathan B Singer (talkcontribs) 15:39, 29 March 2007 (UTC).

complete lack of references - mark for deletion?[edit]

The header sez there's a ref list but no inline citations. In actual fact there's not even a reference list. Material like this, which presumably could be backed up by someone with some familiarity with the subject, ought to be substantiated with appropriate sources or removed. —Preceding unsigned comment added by (talkcontribs)

I have added some sources, and don't agree with proposal for deletion; but am concerned about a possible conflict of interest between the self-understanding of the current body known as 'Classical Adlerian psychology', and the WP article, which should hopefully cover the subject more broadly. Have attempted to indicate this in text; but feel there is room for more work here. Jacobisq (talk) 10:41, 30 May 2012 (UTC)