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The first relationship : infant and mother

Author: Daniel N Stern
Publisher: Cambridge, Mass. : Harvard University Press, 2002.
Edition/Format:   Print book : English : [2nd ed.]View all editions and formats
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"Daniel N. Stern is a consummate baby watcher. His path-breaking video-based research into the intimate complexities of mother-infant interactions has had an enormous impact on psychotherapy and developmental psychology. His minute analyses of the give and take between mothers and babies have offered empirical support and correction for many theories of development. In the complex and unconscious choreography of  Read more...
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Document Type: Book
All Authors / Contributors: Daniel N Stern
ISBN: 0674007832 9780674007833
OCLC Number: 1058041005
Notes: Originally published: Cambridge : Harvard University Press, 1977. With new introd.
Description: 178 p. ; 22 cm.
Contents: 1. Learning about Things Human --
2. The Caregiver's Repertoire --
3. The Infant's Repertoire --
4. From Laboratory to Real Life --
5. Where Do the Steps Lead? --
6. Structure and Timing --
7. From Interaction to Relationship --
8. Missteps in the Dance --
9. Finding Your Own Path.
Responsibility: Daniel N. Stern.

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"Daniel N. Stern is a consummate baby watcher. His path-breaking video-based research into the intimate complexities of mother-infant interactions has had an enormous impact on psychotherapy and developmental psychology. His minute analyses of the give and take between mothers and babies have offered empirical support and correction for many theories of development. In the complex and unconscious choreography of "conversations" of smiles, gestures, and mutual gazing. Stern has discerned patterns of both emotional attunement and emotional "mismatching" that help predict the nature of children's later relationships with others." "The First Relationship was the first book to reveal Stern's unique methods and observations. Written for parents as well as therapists and researchers, it offers the clearest distillation now available of Stern's key ideas and discoveries, and in a short space describes the major themes of his subsequent books and remarkable career."--BOOK JACKET.

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