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Beatrice Werble

Publications -  6
Citations -  2890

Beatrice Werble is an academic researcher. The author has contributed to research in topics: Ego psychology & Judaism. The author has an hindex of 5, co-authored 6 publications receiving 2756 citations.

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Outsiders Studies in the Sociology of Deviance.

TL;DR: In the 1966 paperback edition of a publication which first appeared in 1963 has by now been widely reviewed as a worthy contribution to the sociological study of deviant behavior as discussed by the authors, and the authors developed a sequential model of deviance relying on the concept of career, a concept originally developed in studies of occupations.
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Second follow-up study of borderline patients.

TL;DR: A report of a follow-up investigation conducted during the first six months of 1969, on patients who were extensively studied in a systematic research program on the "borderline syndrome," carried out between 1961 and 1968 at the Psychosomatic and Psychiatric Institute of Michael Reese Hospital and Medical Center.

The Borderline Patient

TL;DR: The Adam's Soul: The Collected Tales of Howard Schwartz brings together three collections of the author's writings as discussed by the authors, including the Captive Soul of the Messiah, a collection of stories based on the life and teachings of the hasidic master Rabbi Nach.
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Mentally healthy young men (homoclites) 14 years later.

TL;DR: Analysis of the results indicated that aside from a few cases of mental illness the homoclites, as a group, maintained their good health into the third decade of life.