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Demonstrates how differences in social class affect personality. This book presents research in class character covering a broad range of phenomena in the area shared by psychology, sociology, psychiatry, and anthropology. It also explores the relationship between personality and social status.
Alan L. Grey was professor in the clinical psychology program of the Graduate School of Arts and Sciences at Fordham University. Grey has also been on the staff of the William Alanson White Institute of Psychoanalysis as a Research Coordinator and Supervisor of Psychotherapy in the Blue Collar Treatment Program of the Low Cost Clinic. He has published several articles in professional journals, contributed to several books, and is editor of Class and Personality in Society.