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Brinich, P.M. (1998). Prevention and Early Jeopardy: Prevention and Early Intervention: Individual Differences as Risk Factors for the Mental Health of Children: A Festschrift for Stella Chess and Alexander Thomas. Edited by W. B. Carey and S.C. McDevitt. New York: Brunner/Mazel, 1994, 50.95.Development in Jeopardy: Clinical Responses to Infants and Families. By E.S. Fenichel and S. Provence. Madison, CT: International Universities Press, 1993, 50.00.. J. Amer. Psychoanal. Assn., 46(1):284-292.

(1998). Journal of the American Psychoanalytic Association, 46(1):284-292

Prevention and Early Jeopardy: Prevention and Early Intervention: Individual Differences as Risk Factors for the Mental Health of Children: A Festschrift for Stella Chess and Alexander Thomas. Edited by W. B. Carey and S.C. McDevitt. New York: Brunner/Mazel, 1994, 50.95.Development in Jeopardy: Clinical Responses to Infants and Families. By E.S. Fenichel and S. Provence. Madison, CT: International Universities Press, 1993, 50.00.

Review by:
Paul M. Brinich

These two volumes present differing perspectives on a common theme: How best can we understand and assist children who are “at risk” of developmental deviations during their first few years of life? Each follows its own path through the landscape of early development, and each comes to its own conclusions regarding clinical interventions. Because both paths travel through the same territory, the perspectives they offer on intervention will at times be noted here as much for their similarities as for their differences.

Development in Jeopardy is the sixth in the series of Clinical Infant Reports produced by Zero to Three / National Center for Clinical Infant Programs. The center, founded in 1977, has been a “think tank” for some of the most thoughtful researchers and clinicians in the field. Bringing together psychoanalysts, pediatricians, developmental psychopathology researchers, and makers of public policy, it has shown itself particularly adept in the application of psychoanalytic developmental psychology—integrated with developmental findings derived from nonanalytic sources—to the real-world problems faced by infants, young children, and their families. This volume presents seven examples of “applied psychoanalysis.”

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