individual psychology


in·di·vid·u·al psychology

noun \ˌin-də-ˈvij-(ə-)wəl-, -ˈvij-əl-\

Definition of INDIVIDUAL PSYCHOLOGY

: a modification of psychoanalysis developed by the Austrian psychologist Alfred Adler emphasizing feelings of inferiority and a desire for power as the primary motivating forces in human behavior

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