Authors who draw on Horneyan theory
History / Biography
Psychology / Neuroscience
Literature / Creative writing
David M. Potter
Erich Fromm
Bernard J. Paris
(American history)
(social psychology)
(literary criticism)
Robert C. Tucker
Harold Kelman
James R. Huffman
(Sovietology, biographies of Karl
(Horneyan psychoanalysis)
(literary criticism)
Marx, Joseph Stalin)
Lawrance Thompson
Irving Solomon
Celia Hunt
(biography of Robert Frost)
(psychodynamic psychotherapy)
(creative writing)
Jennifer Selig
Frederick L. Coolidge
Philosophy
(biography of Martin Luther
(cognitive neuropsychology)
King, Jr.)
Bernard J. Paris
Andrew N. Tershakovec
Jeff Mitchell
(biography of Karen Horney)
(theory of brain-mind)
(world religions)
Marcia Westkott
Alexandra Symonds
Helen de Rosis
Victoria Y. Pellegrino
Claudette Dowling
In addition, works by Robert C. Tucker and David M. Potter have been translated into other languages:
some of David M. Potter’s writings, and Robert C. Tucker’s works, have been translated into Russian
as well as many Western European languages, and into Chinese, Japanese, and Korean. For example,
David Potter’s People of Plenty (1954) has been translated into Japanese, under the title of Amerika-no
Tomi to Kokuminsei [「アメリカの富と国民性」] (1957), and into Korean, under the title of
Kukminsŏng-kwa Kyŏngje Paljŏn: Miguk-ŭi P’ung’yo-wa Kukminsŏng Yŏnku [「國民性과 經濟發展:
國의 豊饒와 國民性 硏究」] (1969). Robert C. Tucker’s Stalin as Revolutionary, 1879-1929 has been
translated into Chinese (Simplified), under the title of Zuòwéi gémìng zhě de Sīdàlín (1879-1929) [作为
革命者的斯大林(1879-1929)].