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(p. 159) Reference Lists from Books in Winnicott’s Back Catalogue
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Collected Papers: Through Paediatrics to Psychoanalysis (1958)

Abraham, K. (1916). The first pregenital stage of the libido. In Selected papers on psycho-analysis. London: Hogarth.Find this resource:

Abraham, K. (1927). Selected papers on psycho-analysis. London: Hogarth.Find this resource:

Abraham, K. (1955). Clinical papers and essays on psycho-analysis. London: Hogarth.Find this resource:

Aichhorn, A. (1925). Wayward youth. London: Imago.Find this resource:

Balint, M. (1955). Friendly expanses—Horrid empty spaces. International Journal of Psycho-Analysis, 36(4–5), 225–241.Find this resource:

Bender, L. (1947). Childhood schizophrenia. American Journal of Orthopsychiatry, 17(1), 40–56.Find this resource:

Bowlby, J. (1951). Maternal care and mental health. Geneva: World Health Organization.Find this resource:

Bowlby, J., Robertson, J., & Rosenbluth, D. (1952). A two-year-old goes to hospital. In R. S. Eisler, A. Freud, H. Hartmann, & E. Kris (Eds.), The psychoanalytic study of the child, 7 (pp. 82–94). London: Imago.Find this resource:

Brierley, M. (1951). Trends in psycho-analysis. London: Hogarth.Find this resource:

Britton, C. (1955). Casework techniques in the child care services. Case Conference, 1(9), 3–15.Find this resource:

Burlingham, D., & Freud, Anna. (1942). Young children in wartime: A years work in a residential war nursery. London: Allen & Unwin.Find this resource:

Casteret, N. (1947). My caves. London: Dent.Find this resource:

Creak, M. (1951). Psychoses in childhood. Journal of Mental Science, 97(408), 545–554.Find this resource:

Creak, M. (1952). Discussion: Psychoses in childhood. Proceedings of the Royal Society of Medicine, 45(11), 797–800.Find this resource:

Fairbairn, W. R. D. (1952). Psychoanalytic studies of the personality. London: Tavistock.Find this resource:

Freud, A. (1937). The ego and the mechanisms of defence. London: Hogarth.Find this resource:

Freud, A. (1947). Aggression in relation to emotional development; normal and pathological. In A. Freud, H. Hartmann, & E. Kris (Eds.), The psychoanalytic study of the child, 3/4 (pp. 37–42). London: Imago.Find this resource:

Freud, A. (1947). Emotional and instinctive development. In R. W. B. Ellis (Ed.), Child health and development. London: John Churchill.Find this resource:

Freud, A. (1952). A connection between the states of negativism and of emotional surrender (Hörigkeit) (Author’s abstract). International Journal of Psycho-Analysis, 33, 265. (p. 160) Find this resource:

Freud, A. (1952). The role of bodily illness in the mental life of children. In R. S. Eisler, A. Freud, H. Hartmann, & E. Kris (Eds.), The psychoanalytic study of the child, 7 (pp. 69–81). London: Imago.Find this resource:

Freud, A. (1953). Some remarks on infant observation. In R. S. Eisler, A. Freud, H. Hartmann, E. Kris (Eds.), The psychoanalytic study of the child, 8 (pp. 9–19). London: Imago.Find this resource:

Freud, A., Greenacre, P, Kris, E., Hartmann, H., Lewin, B.D., Spitz, R., Loewenstein, R. et al. (1954). Problems of infantile neurosis: A discussion. In R. S. Eisler, A. Freud, H. Hartmann, E. Kris (Eds.), The psychoanalytic study of the child, 9 (pp. 16–75). London: Imago.Find this resource:

Freud, A. (1954). The widening scope of indications for psycho-analysis. Journal of the American Psychoanalytic Association, 2(4), 607–620.Find this resource:

Freud, A., & Burlingham, D. (1942). Young children in wartime: A years work in a residential war nursery. London: Allen & Unwin.Find this resource:

Freud, S. (1905). Fragment of an analysis of a case of hysteria. In J. Strachey (Ed.), Standard edition of the complete psychological works of Sigmund Freud (vol. 7). London: Hogarth.Find this resource:

Freud, S. (1905). Three essays on the theory of sexuality. In J. Strachey (Ed.), Standard edition of the complete psychological works of Sigmund Freud (vol. 7). London: Hogarth.Find this resource:

Freud, S. (1909). Notes upon a case of obsessional neurosis. In J. Strachey (Ed.), Standard edition of the complete psychological works of Sigmund Freud (vol. 10). London: Hogarth.Find this resource:

Freud, S. (1914). On narcissism: An introduction. In J. Strachey (Ed.), Standard edition of the complete psychological works of Sigmund Freud (vol. 14). London: Hogarth.Find this resource:

Freud, S. (1915). Instincts and their vicissitudes. In J. Strachey (Ed.), Standard edition of the complete psychological works of Sigmund Freud (vol. 14). London: Hogarth.Find this resource:

Freud, S. (1917). Mourning and melancholia. Collected papers, 4. London: Hogarth.Find this resource:

Freud, S. (1920). Beyond the pleasure principle. In J. Strachey (Ed.), Standard edition of the complete psychological works of Sigmund Freud (vol. 18). London: Hogarth.Find this resource:

Freud, S. (1921). Group psychology and the analysis of the ego. In J. Strachey (Ed.), Standard edition of the complete psychological works of Sigmund Freud (vol. 18). London: Hogarth.Find this resource:

Freud, S. (1923). The ego and the id. London: Hogarth.Find this resource:

Freud, S. (1926). Inhibitions, symptoms and anxiety. London: Hogarth.Find this resource:

Freud, S. (1950/1954). The origins of psycho-analysis. London: Imago.Find this resource:

Friedlander, K. (1947). The psychoanalytical approach to juvenile delinquency. London: Kegan Paul, Trench, Trubner.Find this resource:

Glover, E. (1932). A psychoanalytic approach to the classification of mental disorders. In On the early development of mind (pp. 161–186). London: Imago.Find this resource:

Glover, E. (1945). An examination of the Klein system of child psychology. In The psycho-analytic study of the child, 1 (pp. 75–118). London: Imago.Find this resource:

Glover, E. (1949). The position of psycho-analysis in Great Britain. In On the early development of mind (pp. 352–363). London: Imago.Find this resource:

Greenacre, P. (1941). The predisposition to anxiety. In Trauma, growth and personality (pp. 27–82). London: Hogarth.Find this resource:

Greenacre, P. (1945). The biological economy of birth. In Trauma, growth and personality (pp. 3–26). London: Hogarth.Find this resource:

Greenacre, P. (1954). Problems of infantile neurosis: A discussion. In R. S. Eisler, A. Freud, H. Hartmann, & E. Kris (Eds.), The psychoanalytic study of the child, 9 (pp. 16–71). London: Imago. (p. 161) Find this resource:

Hartmann, H. (1952). Mutual influences in the development of ego and id. In R. S. Eisler, A. Freud, H. Hartmann, & E. Kris (Eds.), The psychoanalytic study of the child, 7 (pp. 9–30). London: Imago.Find this resource:

Henoch, E. (1889). Lectures on childrens diseases. (J. Thomson, Trans.). London: The New Sydenham Society.Find this resource:

Hoffer, W. (1949). Mouth, hand, and ego-integration. In A. Freud, H. Hartmann, & E. Kris (Eds.), The psychoanalytic study of the child, 3/4 (pp. 49–56). London: Imago.Find this resource:

Illingworth, R. S. (1951). Sleep problems in the first three years. British Medical Journal, 1(4709), 722–728.Find this resource:

Jones, E. (1946). A valedictory address. International Journal of Psycho-Analysis, 27, 7–12.Find this resource:

Jung, C. G. The collected works of C. G. Jung. Herbert Read, Michael Fordham, Gerhard Adler, (Eds.) London: Routledge & Kegan Paul.Find this resource:

Kanner, L. (1943). Autistic disturbances of affective contact. The Nervous Child, 2, 217–250.Find this resource:

Klein, M., & Riviere, J. (1936/1937). Love, hate and reparation. In J. Rickman (Ed.), Psycho-analytical epitomes, No. 2, pp. 57–119. London: Hogarth.Find this resource:

Klein, M. (1932). Psycho-analysis of children. London: Hogarth.Find this resource:

Klein, M. (1948). Contributions to psycho-analysis, 1921–45. London: Hogarth.Find this resource:

Klein, M., Heimann, P., & Money-Kyrle, R. (1952). Developments in psycho-analysis. London: Hogarth.Find this resource:

Klein, M., Heimann, P., Isaacs, S., & Riviere, J. (1955). New directions in psycho-analysis. London/New York: Tavistock/Basic Books.Find this resource:

Lindner, S. (1879). Das saugen an den fingern, lippen, bei den kindern (Ludeln). Jahrbuch für Kinderheilk, 14, 68.Find this resource:

MacAlpine, I. (1952, February 9). Psychosomatic symptom formation. Lancet, 259(6702), 278–282.Find this resource:

Mahler, M. S. (1952). On child psychosis and schizophrenia. In R. S. Eisler, A. Freud, H. Hartmann, & E. Kris (Eds.), The psychoanalytic study of the child, 7 (pp. 286–305). London: Imago.Find this resource:

Mahler, M. S. (1954). Problems of infantile neurosis: A discussion. In R. S. Eisler, A. Freud, H. Hartmann, & E. Kris (Eds.), The psychoanalytic study of the child, 9 (pp. 16–74). London: Imago.Find this resource:

Marty, P. et Fain, M. (1955). La motricité dans la relation d’objet. In Revue française de psychanalyse. Vol 19, Nos. 1–2. Paris: Presses Universitaires de France.Find this resource:

Middlemore, M. P. (1941). The nursing couple. London: Hamish Hamilton.Find this resource:

Milner, M. (1952). Aspects of symbolism in comprehension of the not-self. International Journal of Psycho-Analysis, 33, 181–194.Find this resource:

Rank, O. (1924). The trauma of birth. London: Kegan Paul.Find this resource:

Read, G. D. (1942). Revelation of childbirth. London: Heinemann.Find this resource:

Read, G. D. (1950). Introduction to motherhood. London: Whitefriars.Find this resource:

Rickman, J. (1928). The development of the psycho-analytical theory of the psychoses. Supplement No. 2 to the International Journal of Psycho-Analysis. London: Ballière, Tindall and Cox.Find this resource:

Rickman, J. (1951). Methodology and research in psychopathology. British Journal of Medical Psychology, 24, 1–7.Find this resource:

Riviere, J. (1936). On the genesis of psychical conflict in earliest infancy. International Journal of Psycho-Analysis, 17, 395–422. (p. 162) Find this resource:

Riviere, J., & Klein, M. (1936/1937). Love, hate and reparation. In J. Rickman (Ed.), Psycho-Analytical Epitomes, No. 2, pp. 57–119. London: Hogarth.Find this resource:

Robertson, J., Bowlby, J., & Rosenbluth, D. (1952). A two-year-old goes to hospital. In R. S. Eisler, A. Freud, H. Hartmann, & E. Kris (Eds.), The psychoanalytic study of the child, 7 (pp. 82–94). London: Imago.Find this resource:

Rycroft, C. F. (1953). Some observations on a case of vertigo. International Journal of Psycho-Analysis, 34, 241–247.Find this resource:

Scott, W. C. M. (1949). The body scheme in psychotherapy. British Journal of Medical Psychology, 22(3–4), 139–150.Find this resource:

Scott, W. C. M. (1955). A note on blathering. International Journal of Psycho-Analysis, 36, 348–349.Find this resource:

Searl, N. (1929). The flight to reality. International Journal of Psycho-Analysis, 10, 280–291.Find this resource:

Sechehaye, M. A. (1951). Symbolic realization. New York: International Universities Press.Find this resource:

Spitz, R. A. (1945). Hospitalism. An inquiry into the genesis of psychiatric conditions in early childhood. In The psychoanalytic study of the child, 1 (pp. 53–74). London: Imago.Find this resource:

Spitz, R. A., & Wolf, K. M. (1946). Anaclitic depression: An inquiry into the genesis of psychiatric conditions in early childhood. In Freud, A., Hoffer W., Glover, E., et al. (Eds.), The psychoanalytic study of the child, 2 (pp. 313–342). London: Imago.Find this resource:

Spitz, R. A. (1950). Relevancy of direct infant observation. In Freud, A., Hoffer, W., Glover, E. (Eds.), The psychoanalytic study of the child, 5 (pp. 66–73). London: Imago.Find this resource:

Stevenson, O. (1954). The first treasured possession. In R. S. Eisler, A. Freud, H. Hartmann, E. Kris (Eds.), The psychoanalytic study of the child, 9 (pp. 199–217). London: Imago.Find this resource:

Whitehead, A. N. (1933). Adventures of ideas. Harmondsworth: Pelican.Find this resource:

Winnicott, D. W. (1931). Clinical notes on disorders of childhood. London: Heinemann.Find this resource:

Winnicott, D. W. (1945). Getting to know your baby. London: Heinemann. Republished in The child and the family. London/New York: Tavistock/Basic Books, 1957.Find this resource:

Winnicott, D. W. (1947). Physical therapy of mental disorder. [CW 3:2:2]Find this resource:

Winnicott, D. W. (1949). Leucotomy. [CW 3:4:21]Find this resource:

Winnicott, D. W. (1949). The ordinary devoted mother and her baby. London: C. A. Brock.Find this resource:

Winnicott, D. W. (1950). Some thoughts on the meaning of the word democracy. [CW 3:5:17]Find this resource:

Winnicott, D. W. (1957). The child and the family. London/New York: Tavistock/Basic Books.Find this resource:

Winnicott, D. W. (1957). The child and the outside world. London/New York: Tavistock/ Basic Books.Find this resource:

Wolf, K. M., & Spitz, R. A. (1946). Anaclitic depression: An inquiry into the genesis of psychiatric conditions in early childhood. In Freud, A., Hoffer W., Glover, E., et al. (Eds.), The psychoanalytic study of the child, 2 (pp. 313–342). London: Imago.Find this resource:

Wulff, M. (1946). Fetishism and object choice in early childhood. Psychoanalytic Quarterly, 15, 450–471.Find this resource:

Holding and Interpretation (1986)

[The references for Masud Khan’s introduction have not been included.]

Jones, E. (1955). The Dawn of Conscience. The Observer, p. 6, 6 February.Find this resource:

Winnicott, D. W. (1931). Clinical notes on disorders of childhood. London: Heinemann.Find this resource:

Winnicott, D. W. (1953). Transitional objects and transitional phenomena. [CW 4:2:21] (p. 163) Find this resource:

Winnicott, D. W. (1955). Withdrawal and regression. [CW 4:3:29]Find this resource:

Winnicott, D. W. (1956). Clinical varieties of transference. [CW 5:1:11]Find this resource:

Winnicott, D. W. (1960). The theory of the parent-infant relationship. [CW 6:1:21]Find this resource:

Winnicott, D. W. (1963). The development of the capacity for concern. [CW 6:3:11]Find this resource:

Winnicott, D. W. (1965). Ego distortion in terms of true and false self. [CW 6:1:22]Find this resource:

Winnicott, D. W. (1965). Psychotherapy of character disorders. [CW 6:4:9]Find this resource:

Wordsworth. W. (1803–06). Ode on the Intimations of Immortality from Recollections of Early Childhood. The Complete Poetical Works. London: Macmillan and Co., 1888.Find this resource:

The Maturational Processes and the Facilitating Environment (1965)

Abraham, K. (1916). The first pregenital stage of the libido. In Selected papers of Karl Abraham. London: Hogarth, 1927.Find this resource:

Abraham, K. (1924). A short study of the development of the libido, viewed in the light of mental disorders. In Selected papers of Karl Abraham. London: Hogarth, 1927.Find this resource:

Ackerman, N. (1953). Psychiatric disorders in children: Diagnosis and aetiology in our time. In Paul H. Hoch & Joseph Zubin (Eds.), Current problems in psychiatric diagnosis, 205–230. New York: Grune & StrattonFind this resource:

Aichhorn, A. (1925). Wayward youth. New York: Viking, 1935.Find this resource:

Balint, M. (1951). On love and hate. In Primary love and psycho-analytic technique (pp. 141–156). London: Hogarth, 1952.Find this resource:

Balint, M. (1958). The three areas of the mind. International Journal of Psychoanalysis, 39, 328–340.Find this resource:

Bion, W. (1959). Attacks on linking. International Journal of Psychoanalysis, 40, 308–315.Find this resource:

Bion, W. (1962a). The theory of thinking. International Journal of Psychoanalysis, 43, 4–5.Find this resource:

Bion, W. (1962b). Learning from experience. London: Heinemann.Find this resource:

Bornstein, B. (1951). On latency. In The psychoanalytic study of the child, 6 (pp. 279–285). London: Imago.Find this resource:

Bowlby, J. (1958). Psycho-analysis and child care. In J. D. Sutherland (Ed.), Psycho-analysis and contemporary thought (pp. 33–57). London: HogarthFind this resource:

Bowlby, J. (1960). Separation anxiety. International Journal of Psychoanalysis, 41, 89–113.Find this resource:

Burlingham, D., and Freud, A. (1944). Infants without families. London/New York: Allen & Unwin/International UniversitiesPress.Find this resource:

De Monchaux, C. (1962). Thinking and negative hallucination. International Journal of Psychoanalysis, 43, 311–314.Find this resource:

Erikson, E. (1950). Childhood and society. London/New York: Imago/Norton.Find this resource:

Erikson, E. (1958). Young man Luther. London: Faber.Find this resource:

Erikson, E. (1961). The roots of virtue. In J. Huxley (Ed.), The humanist frame (pp. 145–165). London: Allen & Unwin.Find this resource:

Fenichel, O. (1945). The theory of neurosis. New York: Norton.Find this resource:

Ferenczi, S. (1931/1955). Child analysis in the analysis of adults. In M. Balint (Ed.), Final contributions to psycho-analysis (pp. 126–142). London: Hogarth.Find this resource:

Fordham, M. (1960). Contribution to symposium on counter-transference. British Journal of Medical Psychology, 33, 1–8.Find this resource:

Freud, A. (1936/1937). The ego and the mechanisms of defence. London: Hogarth. (p. 164) Find this resource:

Freud, A. (1946). The psycho-analytical treatment of children. London: Imago.Find this resource:

Freud, A. (1953). Some remarks on infant observations. In The psychoanalytic study of the child, 8 (pp. 9–19). London: Imago.Find this resource:

Freud, A. (1963). Regression as a principle in mental development. Bulletin of the Menninger Clinic, 27, 126–139.Find this resource:

Freud, S. (1905a). Three essays on the theory of sexuality. In J. Strachey (Ed.), Standard edition of the complete psychological works of Sigmund Freud (vol. 7). London: Hogarth.Find this resource:

Freud, S. (1905b). On psychotherapy. In J. Strachey (Ed.), Standard edition of the complete psychological works of Sigmund Freud (vol. 7). London: Hogarth.Find this resource:

Freud, S. (1909). The analysis of a phobia in a five-year-old boy. In J. Strachey (Ed.), Standard edition of the complete psychological works of Sigmund Freud (vol. 10). London: Hogarth.Find this resource:

Freud, S. (1911). Formulations on the two principles of mental functioning. In J. Strachey (Ed.), Standard edition of the complete psychological works of Sigmund Freud (vol. 12). London: Hogarth.Find this resource:

Freud, S. (1914). On narcissism. In J. Strachey (Ed.), Standard edition of the complete psychological works of Sigmund Freud (vol. 14). London: Hogarth.Find this resource:

Freud, S. (1915). Some character-types met with in psycho-analytic work. In J. Strachey (Ed.), Standard edition of the complete psychological works of Sigmund Freud (vol. 14). London: Hogarth.Find this resource:

Freud, S. (1917). Mourning and melancholia. In J. Strachey (Ed.), Standard edition of the complete psychological works of Sigmund Freud (vol. 14). London: Hogarth.Find this resource:

Freud, S. (1920). Beyond the pleasure principle. In J. Strachey (Ed.), Standard edition of the complete psychological works of Sigmund Freud (vol. 18). London: Hogarth.Find this resource:

Freud, S. (1926). Inhibitions, symptoms and anxiety. In J. Strachey (Ed.), Standard edition of the complete psychological works of Sigmund Freud (vol. 20). London: Hogarth.Find this resource:

Freud, S. (1937). Analysis terminable and interminable. In J. Strachey (Ed.), Standard edition of the complete psychological works of Sigmund Freud (vol. 23). London: Hogarth.Find this resource:

Gillespie, W. (1944). The psychoneuroses. Journal of Mental Science, 90, 287–306.Find this resource:

Glover, E. (1949). The position of psycho-analysis in Great Britain. British Medical Bulletin, 6(1–2), 27–31.Find this resource:

Glover, E. (1956). On the early development of mind. London: Imago.Find this resource:

Greenacre, P. (1958). Early physical determinants in the development of the sense of identity. Journal of the American Psychoanalytic Association, 6(4), 612–627.Find this resource:

Guntrip, H. (1961). Personality structure and human interaction. London: Hogarth.Find this resource:

Hartmann, H. (1939/1958). Ego psychology and the problem of adaptation. London: Imago.Find this resource:

Hartmann, H. (1954). Contribution to discussion of problems of infantile neurosis. In The psychoanalytic study of the child, 9 (pp. 16–71). London: Imago.Find this resource:

Hoch, P., & Zubin, J. (1953). Current problems in psychiatric diagnosis. New York: Grune & Stratton.Find this resource:

Hoffer, W. (1955). Psychoanalysis: Practical and research aspects. Baltimore: Williams & Wilkins.Find this resource:

James, H. M. (1962). Infantile narcissistic trauma. International Journal of Psychoanalysis, 43, 69–79.Find this resource:

Klein, M. (1932). The psycho-analysis of children. London: Hogarth. (p. 165) Find this resource:

Klein, M. (1935). Contribution to the psychogenesis of manic depressive states. In M. Klein (Ed.), Contributions to psycho-analysis, 1921–1945. London: Hogarth.Find this resource:

Klein, M. (1940). Mourning and its relation to manic depressive states. In Contributions to psycho-analysis, 1921–1945 (pp. 282–310). London: Hogarth.Find this resource:

Klein, M. (1946). Notes on some schizoid mechanisms. In M. Klein, P. Heimann, S. Isaacs, & J. Riviere (Eds.), Developments in psycho-analysis (pp. 292–320). London: Hogarth.Find this resource:

Klein, M. (1948). Contributions to psycho-analysis 1921–1945. London: Hogarth.Find this resource:

Klein, M. (1961). Narrative of a child analysis. London: Hogarth.Find this resource:

Kris, E. (1950). Notes on the development and on some current problems of psychoanalytic child psychology. In The psycho-analytic study of the child, 5 (pp. 24–46). London: Imago.Find this resource:

Kris, E. (1951). Opening remarks on psychoanalytic child psychology. In The psychoanalytic study of the child, 6 (pp. 9–17). London: Imago.Find this resource:

Laing, R. D. (1960). The divided self. London: Tavistock.Find this resource:

Laing, R. D. (1961). The self and others. London: Tavistock.Find this resource:

Little, M. (1958). On delusional transference (transference psychosis). International Journal of Psychoanalysis, 39, 134–138.Find this resource:

Menninger, K., et al. (1963). The vital balance. New York: Basic Books.Find this resource:

Ribble, M. (1943). The rights of infants. New York: Columbia University Press.Find this resource:

Rickman, J. (1928). The development of the psycho-analytical theory of the psychoses, 1893–1926. Supplement No. 2 to the International Journal of Psychoanalysis London: Ballière, Tindall and Cox.Find this resource:

Searles, H. F. (1959). The effort to drive the other person crazy: An element in the aetiology and psychotherapy of schizophrenia. British Journal of Medical Psychology, 32, 1–19.Find this resource:

Searles, H. F. (1960). The nonhuman environment. New York: International Universities Press.Find this resource:

Sechehaye, M. (1951). Symbolic realisation. New York: International Universities Press.Find this resource:

Strachey, J. (1934). The nature of the therapeutic action of psycho-analysis. International Journal of Psychoanalysis, 15, 127–159.Find this resource:

Wheelis, A. (1958). The quest for identity. New York: Norton.Find this resource:

Wickes, F. G. (1938/1950). The inner world of man. New York/London: Farrar & Rinehart/Methuen.Find this resource:

Winnicott, C. (1954). Casework techniques in the child care services. In Child Care and Social Work (pp. 7–27). London: Codicote Press, 1964.Find this resource:

Winnicott, C. (1962). Casework and agency function. In Child Care and Social Work (pp. 59–70). London: Codicote Press, 1964.Find this resource:

Winnicott, D. W. (1941). The observation of infants in a set situation. [CW 2:3:6]Find this resource:

Winnicott, D. W. (1945). Primitive emotional development. [CW 2:7:8]Find this resource:

Winnicott, D. W. (1949). Hate in the countertransference. [CW 3:2:1]Find this resource:

Winnicott, D. W. (1949). The ordinary devoted mother and her baby. London: C. A. Brock.Find this resource:

Winnicott, D. W. (1953). Psychoses and child care. [CW 4:1:5]Find this resource:

Winnicott, D. W. (1953). Symptom tolerance in paediatrics: A case history. [CW 4:2:4]Find this resource:

Winnicott, D. W. (1953). Transitional objects and transitional phenomena. [CW 4:2:21]Find this resource:

Winnicott, D. W. (1954). Mind and its relation to the psyche-soma. [CW 3:4:20]Find this resource:

Winnicott, D. W. (1955). The depressive position in normal emotional development. [CW 4:3:5] (p. 166) Find this resource:

Winnicott, D. W. (1955). Metapsychological and clinical aspects of regression within the psycho-analytical set-up. [CW 4:3:6]Find this resource:

Winnicott, D. W. (1955). Withdrawal and regression. [CW 4:3:29]Find this resource:

Winnicott, D. W. (1958). The antisocial tendency. [CW 5:2:8]Find this resource:

Winnicott, D. W. (1958). Appetite and emotional disorder. [CW 1:4:11]Find this resource:

Winnicott, D. W. (1958). Birth memories, birth trauma, and anxiety. [CW 3:4:8]Find this resource:

Winnicott, D. W. (1958). Collected papers: Through paediatrics to psycho-analysis. London: Tavistock.Find this resource:

Winnicott, D. W. (1958). Primary maternal preoccupation. [CW 5:2:16]Find this resource:

Winnicott, D. W. (1958). Reparation in respect of mothers organized defence against depression. [CW 3:3:1]Find this resource:

Winnicott, D. W. (1962). Adolescence. [CW 6:2:4]Find this resource:

Winnicott, D. W. (1963). Regression as therapy illustrated by the case of a boy whose pathological dependence was adequately met by the parents. Published here as ‘ “Cecil” aet 21 months at first consultation’. [CW 10:3:14]Find this resource:

Zetzel, E. (1956). Current concepts of transference. International Journal of Psychoanalysis, 37, 369–375.Find this resource:

Playing and Reality (1971)

Alley, R. (1964). Francis Bacon: Catalogue raisonné and documentation. London: Thames & Hudson.Find this resource:

Axline, V. (1947). Play therapy: The inner dynamics of childhood. Boston, MA: Houghton Mifflin.Find this resource:

Balint, M. (1968). The basic fault: Therapeutic aspects of regression. London: Tavistock.Find this resource:

Bettelheim, B. (1960/1961). The informed heart: Autonomy in a mass age. New York/London: Free Press/Thames & Hudson.Find this resource:

Blake, Y. (1968). Psychotherapy with the more disturbed patient. British Journal of Medical Psychology, 41(2), 199–211.Find this resource:

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