The Psychological Birth Of The Human Infant Symbiosis And Individuation

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Basic Books, 6 авг. 2008 г. - Всего страниц: 352
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The pioneering contribution to infant psychology that gave us separation and individuation documents with standard-setting care the intrapsychic process of a child's emergence from symbiotic fusion with the mother toward affirmation of his own psychological birth. Available for the first time in paperback to a new generation of students and clinicians on the twenty-fifth anniversary of its original publication.
 

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Overview
3
Evolution and Functioning of the Research Setting
17
INTRODUCTION
39
The Forerunners of the SeparationIndividuation Process
41
The First Subphase Differentiation and the Development of the Body Image
52
The Second Subphase Practicing
65
The Third Subphase Rapprochement
76
The Fourth Subphase Consolidation of Individuality and the Beginnings of Emotional Object Constancy
109
Variations Within the Subphases with Special Reference to Differentiation
197
The Epigenesis of Separation Anxiety Basic Mood and Primitive Identity
210
Reflections on Core Identity and SelfBoundary Formation
220
Some Concluding Remarks about the Significance of the Rapprochement Crisis
225
The Available Data
233
A Research Rationale
246
Some Research Strategies
252
REFERENCES
273

INTRODUCTION
123
Bruce
124
Donna
138
Wendy
153
Teddy
169
Sam
185
PERMISSIONS
288
GLOSSARY OF CONCEPTS
289
AUTHOR INDEX
294
SUBJECT INDEX
296
ABOUT THE AUTHOR
309
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Fred Pine is Professor in the Department of Psychiatry at the Albert Einstein College of Medicine/Montefiore Medical Center, author of Developmental Theory and Clinical Process (1985) and, with Margaret Mahler and Anni Bergman, The Psychological Birth of the Human Infant (Basic Books, 1975) and a practicing adult psychoanalyst.

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