Erik Erikson - This individual received his college degree in 1933; his family moved to Denmark and later to the United States where this individual began a psychoanalytic practice.
Sigmund Freud - This individual is perhaps the most famous psychologist in history and was an Austrian neurologist who created psychoanalytic theory which is clinical psychology's first self-conscious school of thought.
The Adolescent - This refers to an individual undergoing unique and intense challenges to identity.
George Bernard Shaw - This individual was a well-known Irish playwright whose struggles to build his own identity.
William James - This individual was an important American psychologist and philosopher who had major identity struggles as a youth.
Parents - This individual has an important role in helping balance the need for fidelity and membership on the one hand with individuality and the need for uniqueness and diversity on the other.
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