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The Psychoanalytic Study of the Child
Volume 67

Edited by Claudia Lament and Robert A. King

The latest volume in the esteemed series features special sections devoted to sibling relationships and to working with parents of adolescents. Other contributions address the adolescent’s use of cyberspace to regulate intimacy in psychotherapy, the evolution of traumatic memories over the course of development, and the role of the other in object relations models. A section tracing the evolution of child psychoanalysis includes Anna Freud’s own provocative commentary titled “There Has Never Been Anything Like a Classical Child Analysis.”

The Psychoanalytic Study of the Child Series

2014   320 pp.  2 b/w illus.   -   Cloth ISBN: 9780300195859  $75.00 tx

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A Girl's Childhood
Psychological Development, Social Change, and The Yale Child Study Center

Raising Henry
A Memoir of Motherhood, Disability, and Discovery

The App Generation
How Today's Youth Navigate Identity, Intimacy, and Imagination in a Digital World

The Nostalgia Factory
Memory, Time and Ageing

The Bigot
Why Prejudice Persists

Aggressivity, Narcissism, and Self-Destructiveness in the Psychotherapeutic Relationship
New Developments in the Psychopathology and Psychotherapy of Severe Personality Disorders

We Wept Without Tears
Testimonies of the Jewish Sonderkommando from Auschwitz

The Constitutional Parent
Rights, Responsibilities, and the Enfranchisement of the Child

Becoming Freud
The Making of a Psychoanalyst

Blacks in the White Establishment?
A Study of Race and Class in America

The Brain
Big Bangs, Behaviors, and Beliefs

Why Nudge?
The Politics of Libertarian Paternalism

Complaining, Teasing, and Other Annoying Behaviors

It's Complicated
The Social Lives of Networked Teens

Does Psychoanalysis Work?

The Proteus Paradox
How Online Games and Virtual Worlds Change Us—And How They Don't

The Bible for Children
From the Age of Gutenberg to the Present

Made to Play House
Dolls and the Commercialization of American Girlhood, 1830-1930

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