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This little volume represents three lectures delivered at The Tavistock Clinic by Dr. Wile in July 1937. The first, dealing with "Personality in Terms of Constitution," is a thoughtful consideration of the processes of structural change, which Dr. Wile winds up by saying: "If society is unable to make the needed adjustments in its external world, then the constitution is affected in a manner that stimulates it to attempt an adaptation of personality potentials to the demands of the situation." The second lecture is entitled "Personality in Relation to Culture." "It is obvious, therefore, that personality involves the mobilization of
Personality Development and Social Control in Terms of Constitution and Culture.. Ann Intern Med. 1939;13:903. doi: https://doi.org/10.7326/0003-4819-13-5-903
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