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Infant observation and research : emotional processes in everyday lives

Author: Cathy Urwin; Janine Sternberg
Publisher: Hove ; New York : Routledge, 2012.
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"Psychoanalytic infant observation is frequently used in training psychoanalytic psychotherapists and allied professionals, but increasingly its value as a research method is being recognised, particularly in understanding developmental processes in vulnerable individuals and groups. This book explores how infant observation can be used as a research methodology and discusses the strengths and limitations from a
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Document Type: Book
All Authors / Contributors: Cathy Urwin; Janine Sternberg
ISBN: 9780415616591 041561659X 9780415616607 0415616603 9780203133941 0203133943
OCLC Number: 711041538
Description: xv, 189 pages ; 24 cm
Contents: Infant observation as a method of research / Michael Rustin --
How do we know the ways in which infants experience the world? Lessons from research / Graham Music --
Evaluation of the application of infant observation in the training of frontline professionals working with children and families / Judith Trowell and Gillian Miles --
Why the experience of infant observation lies at the heart of psychoanalytic psychotherapy training / Janine Sternberg --
In the field : psychoanalytic observation and epistemological realism / Heather Price and Andrew Cooper --
What can be learned from a single case of psychoanalytic infant observation? / Wendy Shallcross --
A study of therapeutic observation of an infant in foster care / Jenifer Wakelyn --
Using surprise in observing cultural experience / Cathy Urwin --
Infant observation as an early intervention : lessons from a pilot research project / Maria Rhode --
A way of helping a traumatised and emotionally frozen mother observe and be with her baby differently, allowing him to come to life / Amanda Jones --
The experience of babies born following the loss of baby / Marguerite Reid --
Group life in babies : opening up perceptions and possibilities / Ben S. Bradley, Jane Selby, and Cathy Urwin --
Linking infant observation research and other paradigms / Stephen Briggs and Johanna Behringer --
Observing in nursing homes : the use of single case studies and organisational observation as a research tool / Wilfried Datler, Ross A. Lazar and Kathrin Trunkenpolz --
Infant observation, ethnography and social anthropology / Judy Shuttleworth.
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"Psychoanalytic infant observation is frequently used in training psychoanalytic psychotherapists and allied professionals, but increasingly its value as a research method is being recognised, particularly in understanding developmental processes in vulnerable individuals and groups. This book explores how infant observation can be used as a research methodology and discusses the strengths and limitations from a methodological and philosophical point of view. Infant Observation and Research uses detailed case studies to demonstrate the potential of infant observation as a research method. Divided into three sections this book covers:Infant observation as part of the learning processHow infant observation can inform understanding and influence practicePsychoanalytic infant observation and other methodologies. Throughout the book, Cathy Urwin, Janine Sternberg, and their contributors introduce the reader to the nature, scope and value of psychoanalytic infant observation. This book will therefore interest a range of mental health practitioners concerned with early development and infants' emotional relationships, as well as academics and researchers in the social sciences and humanities"--

"Psychoanalytic infant observation is frequently used in training psychoanalytic psychotherapists and allied professionals, but increasingly its value as a research method is being recognised, particularly in understanding developmental processes in vulnerable individuals and groups. This book explores the scope of this approach and discusses its strengths and limitations from a methodological and philosophical point of view. Infant Observation and Research uses detailed case studies to demonstrate the research potential of the infant observation method. Divided into three sections this book covers Infant observation as part of the learning process How infant observation can inform understanding and influence practice Psychoanalytic infant observation and other methodologies. Throughout the book, Cathy Urwin, Janine Sternberg, and their contributors introduce the reader to the nature and value of psychoanalytic infant observation and its range of application. This book will therefore interest a range of mental health practitioners concerned with early development and infants' emotional relationships, as well as academics and researchers in the social sciences and humanities"--

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