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Max Wertheimer's Research on Aphasia and Brain Disorders

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CONTRIBUTORS:
  Author Sarris, Viktor (b. ----, d. ----)
  Author Wertheimer, Michael (University of Colorado Boulder)
JOURNAL:
  Gestalt Theory - An International Multidisciplinary Journal, 23(4), 267 - 277.
YEAR: 2001
PUB TYPE: Journal Article
SUBJECT(S): Gestalt psychology, Gestalt theory, Max Wertheimer, aphasia, brain disorder, psychopathology, neuropathology
DISCIPLINE: Psychology
HTTP: http://gestalttheory.net/gth/
LANGUAGE: English
PUB ID: 103-404-798 (Last edited on 2004/12/20 02:52:24 US/Mountain)
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 CITATIONS: (Display Abstract)
   
[ 0 | 29 ] Luccio, Riccardo. (2010) Anent Isomorphism and its Ambiguities: From Wertheimer to Köhler and Back to Spinoza
     (Journal Article in Gestalt Theory An International Multidisciplinary Journal )
[ 9 | 55 ] King, D. Brett; Wertheimer, Michael. (2005) Max Wertheimer and Gestalt Theory  New Brunswick and London: Transaction Publishers.
     (Book )
[ 5 | 105 ] Kästl, Rainer; Stemberger, Gerhard. (2005) Gestalttheorie in der Psychotherapie
     (Journal Article in Journal für Psychologie )
[ 5 | 31 ] Stemberger, Gerhard; Lustig, Brigitte. (2004) Gestalttheoretische Beiträge zur Krankheitslehre der Psychotherapie
     (Book Chapter in Gestalttherapie )
[ 9 | 29 ] Stemberger, Gerhard. (2002) Gestalttheoretische Beiträge zur Psychopathologie
     (Book Chapter in Psychische Störungen im Ich-Welt-Verhältnis. Gestalttheorie und psychotherapeutische Krankheitslehre )
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