Joan Erikson (English Wikipedia)

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  • 15. "History". Austen Riggs Center. Retrieved 4 December 2014.

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  • 3. Robert Mcg. Thomas Jr. (8 August 1997). "Joan Erikson Is Dead at 95; Shaped Thought on Life Cycles". The New York Times. Retrieved 25 July 2020. Joan Mowat Erikson, who helped reshape the prevailing psychological view of human development through a six-decade, all-senses collaboration with her husband, Erik Erikson, and still found time to pursue her own interests in arts and crafts, education and dance, died on Sunday at a nursing home in Brewster, Mass. She was 95.

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