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Analysis of the under-five child /
edited by Robert L. Tyson.
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New Haven : Yale University Press, c2001.
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xv, 300 p.
ISBN
0300087640 (alk. paper)
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New Haven : Yale University Press, c2001.
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0300087640 (alk. paper)
catalogue key
4627888
 
Includes bibliographical references and index.
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To assume that children under five are too young to treat, particularly with psychoanalysis, is mistaken, the contributors to this volume argue. They present case studies on the psychoanalytic treatment of children as young as two.
Table of Contents
List of Contributors
Introduction
From the Analysis of a Thirty-Three-Month-Old Childp. 1
Discussion of van Dam Presentationp. 28
Johnny: The Analysis of a Prelatency Boy with a Gender Disturbancep. 43
Discussion of Tyson Presentationp. 66
The Analysis of a Four-and-a-Half-Year-Old Boy with a Feminine Identificationp. 71
The Analysis of a Frightened Little Boyp. 99
The Analysis of a Prelatency Girl with a Visual Handicapp. 127
Discussion of Nover Presentationp. 153
Rachel: The Analysis of a Prelatency Child after Urinary Tract Surgeryp. 162
Discussion of Gavalya Presentationp. 188
The Case of an Angry Two-and-a-Half-Year-Old Childp. 193
Daytime Encopresis and Enuresis in a Prelatency Girlp. 211
Discussion of Sugarman and Campbell Presentationsp. 230
Developmental Considerations in Prelatency Analysisp. 239
The Technique of Psychoanalysis with the Prelatency Childp. 262
Referencesp. 283
Selected Works on Child Analysisp. 291
Indexp. 295
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