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Abram Kardiner  
DEFINITION
  • Abram Kardiner was a psychiatrist and pioneering psychoanalyst who made major contributions to psychological and psychoanalytic anthropology as well as to his own professions. He was particularly interested in the psychological adaptation of the ego to war, society, oppression, and culture. [Source: Encyclopedia of Anthropology; Kardiner, Abram (1891–1981)]
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