The Psychoanalytic Study of the Child Volume 63 Robert A. King, Dr. Samuel Abrams, MD, Dr. A. Scott Dowling, Paul M. Brinich

The Psychoanalytic Study of the Child
Publication date:
02 Jun 2009
Yale University Press
352 pages: 234 x 156 x 33mm
30 black-&-white illustrations

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ALTERNATIVE PATHWAYS TO PARENTHOOD Diane Ehrensaft When Baby Makes Three or Four or More CONTRIBUTIONS FROM DEVELOPMENTAL PSYCHOLOGY Patrick Luyten, Nicole Vliegen, Boudewijn Van Houdenhove, and Sidney J. Blatt Equifinality, Multifinality, and the Rediscovery of the Importance of Early Experiences Susan P. Sherkow, Lissa Weinstein, Sarah R. Kamens, Matthew Megyes, Lynn P. Tishman, and Cheryl Williams Stock-Still Behavior CLINICAL CONTRIBUTIONS Virginia M. Shiller Therapeutic Work with a Physically Abused Preschooler Thomas F. Barrett Manic Defenses against Loneliness in Adolescence Ruth Sharabany and Etziona Israeli The Dual Process of Adolescent Immigration and Relocation APPLIED PSYCHOANALYSIS Susan Scheftel The Children's Books of William Steig Richard M. Gottlieb Maurice Sendak's Trilogy HISTORICAL CONTRIBUTIONS Moshe Halevi Spero The Civilization of Discontent Harold P. Blum A Further Excavation of Seduction, Seduction Trauma, and the Seduction Theory STUDY GROUP ON TRANSFORMATIONS IN PSYCHOANALYSIS Wendy Olesker and Claudia Lament Conceptualizing Transformations in Child and Adult Psychoanalysis Claudia Lament Transformation into Adolescence Rona Knight Blood, Sweat, and Tears--The Effort of Narrative Change in Psychoanalysis Samuel Abrams Transformation: Identifying a Specific Mode of Change

"Many papers in this volume offer important and thoughtful contributions to the literature.  Characteristic of the work of some of the leading practitioners in the field, these papers offer a provocative sampling of the many ways in which analytic understanding of developmental theory, therapeutic work with children and adolescents, and the revisiting of historical contributions remain relevant today."?Rudy Oldeschulte, Metapsychology