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The predicament of the family: a psycho-analytical symposium.

Author: Peter Lomas; Institute of Psycho-analysis (London, England)
Publisher: New York, International Universities Press, 1967.
Series: The International psycho-analytical library, no. 71
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Lomas, Peter.
Predicament of the family: a psycho-analytical symposium.
New York, International Universities Press, 1967
(OCoLC)612746625
Document Type: Book
All Authors / Contributors: Peter Lomas; Institute of Psycho-analysis (London, England)
OCLC Number: 619287
Description: 219 pages.
Contents: The study of family relationships in contemporary society : introduction / Peter Lomas --
Mirror-role of mother and father in child development / D.W. Winnicott --
Family interaction and adolescent therapy / Derek Miller --
A family pattern of distress / Gillian Elles --
Simultaneous analysis of mother and child / Ilse Hellman --
Family and individual structure / R.D. Laing --
The significance of post-partum breakdown / John Bowlby --
The study of marriage as a critical transition for personality and family development / Rhona Rapoport.
Series Title: The International psycho-analytical library, no. 71

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