Transactional Analysis - As originated by Dr. Eric Berne

Eric Berne: Systems Theory: Parent Child Transaction seen in Transactional Analysis

Games People Play by Eric Berne, MD, posted on Gravity7: Social Interaction Design by Adrian Chan via gravity7.com

Games People Play: Eric Berne (one of Shelley's favorites) No Win Victim, Persecutor, Rescuer Game of Musical Chairs: Look What You Made Me Do game;

Eric Berne

Eric Berne

Spiele der Erwachsenen: Psychologie der menschlichen Beziehungen von Eric Berne, http://www.amazon.de

You're a Community Manager? Then you need to be familiar with transaction analysis from Berne. It is controversial though but might help newbies and non-empathetic people.

ERIC BERNE---the best of Games People Play by Ernest Kinnie. $1.19. 14 pages

ERIC BERNE---the best of Games People Play by Ernest Kinnie. $1.19. 14 pages

A Layman's Guide to Psychiatry and Psychoanalysis. by Eric Berne, http://www.amazon.com/dp/0671200402/ref=cm_sw_r_pi_dp_fkOOqb187GYPV

A Layman's Guide to Psychiatry and Psychoanalysis. by Eric Berne, http://www.amazon.com/dp/0671200402/ref=cm_sw_r_pi_dp_fkOOqb187GYPV


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The OK corral - Classical Transactional Analysis theory. According to Ernst, we tend to occupy one of these existential positions at any time. We see ourselves or others either valuable or unworthy, and that affects how we feel, think and behave. We may have some preferred positions

Eric Berne's classic psychological picture of people's existential life positions. Also known as The OK Corral.--I so did this in my Interpersonal communications class in college :)

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