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image: Class Notes headlineJanet Kaplan Belsky, PhD'76, The Psychology of Aging: Theory, Research, and Interventions (Wadsworth). This revised textbook relates the aging experience through first-person narrative accounts. With chapters structured to unfold like a novel, Belsky's book highlights the connections between concepts, research, and applications.

Richard D. Chessick, PhB'49, SB'54, MD'54, Psychoanalytic Clinical Practice (Free Association Books). Chessick sums up insights gleaned from his 45 years of psychoanalytic practice. Through detailed case studies, he aims to help mental-health practitioners improve their own psychotherapeutic skills and better understand the profession's pitfalls.

Ernest L. Hartmann, AB'52, Dreams and Nightmares: The New Theory on the Origin and Meaning of Dreams (Perseus Books Group). Hartmann sets forth his theory holding that dreams are neither meaningless nor simple wish fulfillment but the result of a biological and mental process triggered by pressing internal forces.

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