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(p. 289) Letter to Benjamin Spock 

(p. 289) Letter to Benjamin Spock
(p. 289) Letter to Benjamin Spock

Donald W. Winnicott

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date: 28 September 2020

In this letter to Benjamin Spock, Winnicott says that analysts must include the infant’s interest in transitional objects in their concept of normality and emphasizes the importance of studying the infant-mother relationship in the development of the child.

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