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(p. 247) Review: Aggression and Its Interpretation: By Lydia Jackson (With a foreword by Felix Brown. London: Methuen, 1954) 

(p. 247) Review: Aggression and Its Interpretation: By Lydia Jackson (With a foreword by Felix Brown. London: Methuen, 1954)
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(p. 247) Review: Aggression and Its Interpretation: By Lydia Jackson (With a foreword by Felix Brown. London: Methuen, 1954)
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Donald W. Winnicott

DOI:
10.1093/med:psych/9780190271367.003.0051
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date: 21 January 2021

In this review, Winnicott describes how Jackson’s book is based on experience and uses a comparative approach with three groups of children; he feels that the author has scotomised the work of Klein and that this skews the book.

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