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The psychological birth of the human infant : symbiosis and individuation

Author: Margaret S Mahler; Fred Pine; Anni Bergman
Publisher: New York, NY : Basic Books, ©2000.
Edition/Format:   Book : English : 1st pbk. ed.View all editions and formats
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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 wi  Read more...

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Document Type: Book
All Authors / Contributors: Margaret S Mahler; Fred Pine; Anni Bergman
ISBN: 0465095542 9780465095544
OCLC Number: 44903152
Description: xxvi, 309 p. : ill. ; 24 cm.
Contents: Separation-individuation in perspective. Overview --
Evolution and functioning of the research setting --
On human symbiosis and the subphases of the separation-individuation process. The forerunners of the separation-individuation process --
The first subphase: differentiation and the development of the body image --
The second subphase: practicing --
The third subphase: rapprochement --
The fourth subphase: consolidation of individuality and the beginnings of emotional object constancy --
Five children's subphase development. Bruce --
Donna --
Wendy --
Teddy --
Sam --
Summary and reflections. Variations within the subphases with special reference to differentiation --
The epigenesis of separation anxiety, basic mood, and primitive identity --
Reflections on core identity and self-boundary formation --
Some concluding remarks about the significance of the rapprochement crisis --
Appendices. The data analysis and its rationale: a case study in systematic clinical research. Appendix A. The available data --
Appendix B. A research rationale --
Appendix C. Some research strategies.
Responsibility: Margaret S. Mahler, Fred Pine, Anni Bergman.

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