Psychoanalysis in France, Lebovici and Wildlocher. First Edition, 1980.
“Dr. Serge Lebovici [was] a major figure in French psychoanalysis known for his work with infants, children and adolescents... wrote more than 500 scholarly papers and books, many dealing with the development of babies and with the bond between mother and child. For some 30 years he examined that bond in the light of the work of the psychologist John Bowlby, who focused largely on attachment theory and the damage that ensues when children are separated from their mothers. He also explored the biological basis for that bond, the fantasies of the mother and the autoerotic activity of the child.” (New York Times)
• hardcover with dust jacket
• jacket in good condition; some edgewear, scratches and fading on cover and back
• book itself in very good condition
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