Rudolf Dreikurs Papers 1911-1973 (bulk 1937-1972)

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Rudolf Dreikurs Papers 1911-1973 (bulk 1937-1972)

Psychiatrist and educator. Correspondence; journals; drafts of books, articles, speeches, and television lectures; transcripts of counseling and therapy sessions; case studies from classroom situations; and other material reflecting Dreikurs’s role as a social psychologist and educator.

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