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The objectives of the International Karen Horney Society have been to put people interested in Horney in touch with each other, to keep members informed of developments in Horney theory and Horney studies, and to call Horney's contribution to the attention of those who may not be familiar with it.  more »

Essays & Excerpts

Renate Horney,   Lazarus What's Next
Jerome Wagner,  "Karen Horney Meets the Enneagram"
Robert Tucker,     "A Stalin Biographer's Memoir"
Marcia Westkott, "Female Relationality and the Idealized Self"
Bernard Paris,     "Karen Horney's Vision of the Self"
Bernard Paris,     "Interdisciplinary Applications of Horney"
Anthony K. Shin, "Active Inference: Toward a Unified Model of Mind, Waking, and Dreaming Consciousness"

Recent Books that draw on Horney

Celia Hunt, Transformative Learning through Creative Life Writing: Exploring the self in the learning process (2013), available in Kindle format from Amazon.com
Jack Danielian and Patricia Gianotti, Listening with Purpose: Entry Points into Shame and Narcissistic Vulnerability (2012), available in Kindle format from Amazon.com
Jennifer Leigh Selig, Integration: The Psychology and Mythology of Martin Luther King, Jr. and His (Unfinished) Therapy With the Soul of America (2012), available in Kindle format from Amazon.com
Andrew N. Tershakovec, The Mind: The Power that Changed the Planet (2007), available in Kindle format from Amazon.com

Karen Horney

Brief Introduction

Karen Horney & Humanistic Psychoanalysis

Bibliography of Karen Horney's Writings

The Karen Horney Papers at Yale

Publications About or Employing Horney

NEW! Authors who extend or draw on Horneyan Theory

NEW! Translations of Horney's Books

Last updated: May 25, 2014  
Contact Bernard Paris, bjparis@ufl.edu