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The anatomy of dependence / Takeo Doi; translated John Bester

Main Author Doi, Takeo Secondary Author Bester, John Country Japão. Publication Tojyo : Kodansha International, 2001 Description 180 p. ; 19 cm ISBN 4-7700-2800-8 CDU 159.94(520)
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Written by one of Japan's leading psychiatrists, this is a penetrating exploration of the Japanese character. It offers an analysis of the Japanese group ethic and of the origins of Japanese anti-individualism. A leading psychiatrist offers not only the most satisfying explanation of Japanese behaviour yet written, but a key to new understanding of all basic human needs.

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TAKEO DOI (b. 1920), M.D., has served as a professor at the University of Tokyo and International Christian University, Tokyo, and is one of Japan's leading psychiatrists. Born in Tokyo, he graduated from the University of Tokyo in 1942. He held a number of posts at American institutes and
universities, including fellowships at the Menninger School of Psychiatry and the San Francisco Psychoanalytic Institute, and was visiting scientist at the National Institute of Mental Health, Bethesda, Maryland. He also headed the psychiatric department at St. Luke's International Hospital in
Tokyo. Doi has published a number of works and contributed to many more, including The Anatomy of Self.

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