The early years of life. Psychoanalytical development theory according to Freud, Klein and Bion Gertraud Diem-Wille.
By: Diem-Wille, Gertraud.Publisher: [S.l.] : Karnac Books, 2011Description: 310 p.ISBN: 1849407339 (electronic bk.); 9781849407335 (electronic bk.); 9781855757103; 1855757109 (paperback); 9781855757103 (paperback).Subject(s): CHILD DEVELOPMENT : DEVELOPMENTAL PSYCHOLOGY IM | PSYCHOANALYTIC THEORIES IAK | FREUDIAN PSYCHOLOGY IAL | KLEIN, MELANIE : SCHOOLS OF PSYCHOLOGY IAP KL | BION, WILFRED RUPRECHT : SCHOOLS OF PSYCHOLOGY IAP BIOther classification: IMA K Online resources: Click here to access online
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COVER; CONTENTS; PREFACE; PREFACE TO THE ENGLISH EDITION; ACKNOWLEDGEMENTS; INTRODUCTION The relevance of the first years for personality development; CHAPTER ONE The nature versus nurture controversy; CHAPTER TWO The emergence of the body-ego-individuation through the experience of separation and closeness; CHAPTER THREE Emotional development in the first years; CHAPTER FOUR Development of thinking and the capacity to symbolize; CHAPTER FIVE The psychosexual development of a child; CHAPTER SIX Epilogue; BIBLIOGRAPHY; INDEX.
'This book provides a powerfully argued and beautifully constructed account of the early development of the child in the family context from a psychoanalytic perspective. It draws particularly on the theoretical trajectory from Freud to Klein and Bion. It is written in a clear, accessible and jargon-free style and it is evident that the author wishes to reach and interest a wide audience of parents and others involved in the upbringing of children in the broadest sense. The growth of the child's mind is the story she wants to tell. The wealth of detailed examples drawn from the systematic obse.