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Isaacs, S. (1927). Penis-Fæces-Child. Int. J. Psycho-Anal., 8:74-76.

(1927). International Journal of Psycho-Analysis, 8:74-76


Susan Isaacs

The following series of incidents in the behaviour of a normal child offer a neat demonstration of this equation.

X is a healthy, well-developed and normal child of (now) six years and a half. She is an only child, has happy relations with both her parents, is intelligent, active, socially well adjusted, very affectionate and likeable. The various incidents are reported in chronological order.

1. An aunt in an advanced stage of pregnancy visited the home about a year ago.

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