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(p. 473) Review: The Psychoanalytic Study of the Child, Volumes 3–4 and Volume 5: Edited by Anna Freud, Willie Hoffer, and Edward Glover (London: Imago Publishing Company, 1949) 

(p. 473) Review: The Psychoanalytic Study of the Child, Volumes 3–4 and Volume 5: Edited by Anna Freud, Willie Hoffer, and Edward Glover (London: Imago Publishing Company, 1949)
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(p. 473) Review: The Psychoanalytic Study of the Child, Volumes 3–4 and Volume 5: Edited by Anna Freud, Willie Hoffer, and Edward Glover (London: Imago Publishing Company, 1949)
Author(s):

Donald W. Winnicott

, Anna Freud

, Willie Hoffer

, and Edward Glover

DOI:
10.1093/med:psych/9780190271350.003.0094
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date: 15 October 2018

In this review Winnicott concludes that the work is excellent for those interested in child psychiatry and in the roots of mental health and mental disorder. He believes that the volumes contain important contributions to every aspect of dynamic psychology and its practice. Winnicott recommends Anna Freud’s contribution to a symposium on aggression, August Aichhorn on female juvenile delinquents, and articles by René A. Spitz, on observations of infants deprived of natural human relationships. He asserts that the volumes provide a valuable link between psychoanalysis in the United States and in Great Britain and Holland.

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