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Before Freud, theorists conceived of growth and development essentially as the unwinding of hidden springs within the organism. His genius brought together biology and psychology, describing development as the interaction between forces within the organism (bioIogicaI constitution) and forces in the environment (life's psychological experiences), emphasizing not onIy the interaction of biological and psychoIogicaI variables, but the basic interdependence of organism and environment. The fundamental hypotheses of psychoanalytic deveIopmentaI psychology were described as early as 1905 in Freud's pioneering monograph, Three Essays on the Theory of Sexuality.
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Adult Development: A New Dimension in Psychodynamic Theory and Practice by Calvin A. Colarusso M.D., Robert A. Nemiroff M.D. (auth.)