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Spring 2000, 56:1

Journal of Individual Psychology

Editors' Notes

Individual Psychology in the Year 2000 and Beyond
Roy M. Kern and William L. Curlette

Articles

1999 Ansbacher Address: Individual Psychology in the Year 2000 and Beyond: Astronaut or Dinosaur? Headline or Footnote?
Jon Carlson
Individual Psychology Is Ahead of Its Time
Eva Dreikurs Ferguson
Entering the New Millennium: Is Individual Psychology Still Relevant?
Richard E. Watts
Adlerian Brief Therapy with Individuals: Process and Practice
James R. Bitter and William G. Nicoll
An Adaptation of the Connexions Focusing Technique for the 21st Century
Mary S. Wheeler
Epistemology and Methods in Individual Psychology: Toward a Fusion of Horizons with Hermeneutics
Christopher Shelley
Work Stress, Burnout, and Coping at the Turn of the Century: An Individual Psychology Perspective
Kenneth Matheny,Coleman Allen Gfroerer, and Kristen Harris
Lifestyle Profiles and Anger Expression Among Inmates in a Metropolitan Detention Center
Billy Slaton, Roy M. Kern, and William L. Curlette

Columns

Family Interventions: Talking to Parents about Hitting
Betty Lou Bettner and Amy Lew
Education: Teaching the Ideas: An Adlerian Renaissance in Education?
Thomas W. Allen

Book Review