Harold H. Mosak Adlerian Mastery Lab

Creator:   

Dr. Harold H. Mosak

Title:

Harold H. Mosak Adlerian Mastery Lab Collection

Date: 

1908-2014

Abstract:   

Collection contains some 2000 items, mostly printed and published materials, correspondence, some press, and other ephemera related to the study and teaching of Adlerian psychology. The collection was purchased from Dr. Harold H. Mosak in 2014

Quantity:   

177.5 linear feet

Location:     

Adler Graduate School, Harold H. Mosak Adlerian Mastery Lab, Minnesota

 

Administrative Information

 

Restrictions on Access
Please contact the curator for access to the collection.
 
Restrictions on Use
Copyright is retained by the copyright holders.
 
Preferred Citation
Harold H. Mosak Adlerian Mastery Lab Collection, Adler Graduate School Archives, Adler Graduate School, Richfield, Minnesota.
 
Acquisition
The collection was purchased by Adler Graduate School from Dr. Harold H. Mosak in 2014.
 
Processing Information
Processing of the collection began in July 2015, and was completed in December 2015 by Kate McManus, MLIS. The finding aid is updated as materials are made available, though the collection is considered closed.
 
Arrangement
The collection contains the following series:

 

Historical Note
The items in the collection, particularly in the Adler and the First Generations, document the earliest days of the study of psychology, though many materials reflect the changes the profession has seen. The items in the General Collection document development of psychological research and practice up to the present day, but the bulk of the collection relates to Dr. Mosak’s studies and teachings and includes much work from his contemporaries, including Dr. Rudolf Dreikurs, and scholarship that builds off Dr. Mosak’s work.
 
Scope and Content Note
The collection contains published materials, scholarship, ephemera, and press, created by the Adlerian community at large, and collected by Dr. Harold H. Mosak, as well as his teaching materials, writings, ephemera, and his correspondence.