Anderson, James

James Anderson, PhD – “My primary research interest is psychobiography, that is, the psychological study of the lives of individuals, particularly authors and other creative people, psychologists, and historical figures. People I have written about include authors William and Henry James, Edith Wharton, and Arthur Miller; Frank Lloyd Wright; psychological/psychiatric innovators Sigmund Freud, Henry Murray, and D. W. Winnicott; and President Woodrow Wilson. I have also written several papers on the writing of psychobiography. My chief clinical interest is intensive psychotherapy with adults.”

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