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Given that the class is early childhood development, the word may be
psychogenesis.  Try and Ericson text, or here is a quickie off the net:


Molnos, A. (1998): A psychotherapist's harvest

ADLERIAN THERAPY

Adlerian psychotherapy or counselling is derived from the so-called
individual psychology of Alfred Adler
(1870-1937), one of the early disciples of Freud. In contrast to the latter,
Adler attributed less importance to
infantile sexual development in the psychogenesis of neuroses and more to
the child's experiences with power
and powerlessness. Adlerian therapy attempts primarily to help the patient
to overcome feelings of inferiority,
and assist him in setting and achieving realistic goals in life, gaining a
feeling of hope and self-worth.

See also index: JUNGIAN ANALYSIS, KLEINIAN ANALYSIS, TRANSACTIONAL ANALYSIS


Lee Hover
Director, Scientific Information
Integrated Communications Corp
5 Sylvan Way
Parsippany, NJ 07054

Phone: 973.451.2373
FAX: 973.292.9382

-----Original Message-----
From: Medical Libraries Discussion List
[mailto:[log in to unmask]]On Behalf Of Kerry Hodgson
Sent: Friday, June 18, 1999 10:05 AM
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Subject: Help


I have had a request this morning that is stumping me-

An employee's wife is taking a class in early childhood development and
has been asked to do find information on "cyclogenesis" (they are unsure
of the spelling, but think it is a birth defect, possibly being born
without the lower half of the body?)  Any suggestions?

Thanks,

Kerry Hodgson
Prince William Hospital
Manassas, Virginia
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