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Stern, D.N. (1988). Affect in the Context of the Infant's Lived Experience: Some Considerations. Int. J. Psycho-Anal., 69:233-238.
    

(1988). International Journal of Psycho-Analysis, 69:233-238

Affect in the Context of the Infant's Lived Experience: Some Considerations

Daniel N. Stern

SUMMARY

Affect is considered in the context of the infant's lived-experience. It is considered as one of the attributes of experience, among many (cognition, perception, motive, action). Several different positions concerning the relative weight and role allotted to affect compared to other attributes are discussed along with the implications of each position for defining the infant's subjective, memorial and representational world.

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