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TitleThe Psychology of separation and loss : perspectives on development, life transitions, and clinical practice
Author Jonathan Bloom-Feshbach, Sally Bloom-Feshbach and associates ; foreword by Joseeph D. Lichtenbert
Imprint San Francisco : Jossey-Bass, 1988, c1987
Descript xxxiii, 587 p. ; 23 cm


The role of separation in development--Maternal loss in nonhuman primates:implications for human development--Psychoanalytic views of separation in infancy and early childhood--Separation in infancy and early childhood:contributions of attachment theory and psychoanalysis--Development of the sense of separateness and autonomy during middle childhood and adolescence--Separation,interdependence,and social relations across the second half of life--Separation and loss in major life transitions--From family to classroom:variations in adjustment to nursery school--Leaving home: a family transition--Effects of work-related separations on children and families--Moving to a new culture:cultural identity,loss,and mourning--Impact of marital dissolution on adults and children:the significance of loss and continuity--Death of a parent or sibling during childhood--Separation,loss and psychopathology:implications for treatment--Separation,depression,and object loss:implications for narcissism and object relations--Increments of separation in the consolidation of the self--Transitional phenomena and psychological separateness in schizophrenic,borderline,and bulimic patients--The process of psychotherapy:separation and the complex interplay among empathy,insinght and internalization--Contradictory values in the study of separation and attachment :implications for depression and schizophrenia--

Child development Families Paren-Child relations Psychoanalytic theory

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