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Who started the feminist revolution in psychology?

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The feminist psychological revolution revolves around the use of feminist ethics and ideology that emphasize the impact of social expectations and the setting of feelings, behaviours and thoughts in relation to psychological research and practice. The revolution, led by Karen Horney came up with a neurosis theory that is even used in modern psychoanalysis. Her initial focus was on beliefs about relationships and women and the impact on them.

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