Group Psychology and the Analysis of the Ego by Sigmund Freud

This book delves into the exploration of group dynamics and mass psychology. The author, a renowned psychologist, theorizes about the nature of groups, how they form, and how individuals within them behave. He also explores the concept of the 'ego' and its role within these group dynamics. The book provides a comprehensive analysis of group psychology, focusing on aspects such as leadership, suggestion and contagion, and the relationship between individual and group mind. It's a significant contribution to the understanding of mass movements and crowd behavior.

The 7242nd greatest book of all time


Published
1921
Nationality
Austrian
Type
Nonfiction
Pages
Unknown
Words
31,000
Original Language
German

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