Rom J Psychoanal 2022, 15(1):13-14
DOI: 10.2478/rjp-2022-0002

Abstract: A century ago, Freud addressed the problem of groups, stating that “Group psychology is therefore concerned with the individual man as a member of a race, of a nation, of a caste, of a profession, of an institution, or as a component part of a crowd of people who have been organized into a group at some particular time for some definite purpose” (Freud, S., 1921. ‘Group Psychology and the Analysis of the Ego’, SE XVIII, pp. 65-143).

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