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After you perform a search, you can sort the articles by Source. This will rearrange the results of your search, displaying articles according to their appearance in journals and books. This feature is useful for tracing psychoanalytic concepts in a specific psychoanalytic tradition.

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Wakelyn, J. (2013). The Early Years of Life: Psychoanalytical Development Theory According to Freud, Klein, and Bion by Gertraud Diem-Wille, translated by Norman Merems, Camilla Nielsen and Benjamin McQuade. Published by Karnac, London, 2011; 300 pp; £24.99 paperback. [Originally published as: Die frühen Lebensjahre-Psychoanalytische Entwicklungstheorie nach Freud, Klein, und Bion. Stuttgart: W. Kohlhammer, 2007.]. Brit. J. Psychother., 29(2):262-264.

(2013). British Journal of Psychotherapy, 29(2):262-264

The Early Years of Life: Psychoanalytical Development Theory According to Freud, Klein, and Bion by Gertraud Diem-Wille, translated by Norman Merems, Camilla Nielsen and Benjamin McQuade. Published by Karnac, London, 2011; 300 pp; £24.99 paperback. [Originally published as: Die frühen Lebensjahre-Psychoanalytische Entwicklungstheorie nach Freud, Klein, und Bion. Stuttgart: W. Kohlhammer, 2007.]

Review by:
Jenifer Wakelyn

Professor Diem-Wille is an adult and child psychoanalyst based in Vienna who undertook further training in infant observation and parent-infant psychotherapy at the Tavistock Centre. This wide-ranging book brings her experience in adult and child psychoanalysis together with insights from infant observation and child development research to provide an account of the contribution of psychoanalysis or psychoanalytic therapy to the lives of children and parents. In the preface Margaret Rustin describes the method of presentation which moves from descriptions of family life, infant observations and clinical work to discussion of the relevant developmental research and psychological literature.

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