The Interpersonal World of the Infant: A View from Psychoanalysis and Developmental Psychology

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Karnac Books, 1998 - 304 pagina's
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Noted psychiatrist Daniel Stern brings together exciting new research on infants and the insights of psychoanalysis to offer an original theory of how humans create a sense of themselves and others. This dazzling book represents a truly original, perhaps revolutionary contribution to psychodynamic theory and practice.--Arnold Cooper, The New York Hospital-Cornell Medical Center. Notes, Diagrams/Charts and Index.
 

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Chapter
3
Chapter
12
Chapter 3
37
Chapter 4
69
Chapter 5
100
Chapter 6
124
Chapter 7
138
The Sense of a Verbal Self
162
Chapter 9
185
Chapter 10
231
Chapter 11
256
EPILOGUE
275
INDEX
295
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Over de auteur (1998)

Daniel Stern is the author of nine novels, and three other story collections. In 1990 Stern's Twice Told Tales won the Rosenthal Foundation Award given by the American Academy of Arts and Letters. He's been at various times in his working life a professional cellist, a professor at Wesleyan University, head of advertising for Warner Bros. Motion Pictures and for CBS Entertainment, and director of humanities at the 92nd Street Y in New York City. He is currently Cullen Distinguished Professor English in the creative writing program at the University of Houston.

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