Schultz on Psychobiography

Schultz on Psychobiography

About a month ago I was in Stockbridge MA to receive the Erik Erikson Prize–a tremendous honor for me, especially since Erikson was the person who, maybe more than anyone else, got me interested in psychobiography (along, of course, with Alan Elms).  Anyway, I gave a 30 minute talk on the field that I think is an excellent current summary of my thoughts.  It’s also a decent overview of one way of doing psychobiography first proposed in 2005 by Dan McAdams.  Link is HERE.

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