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Debray, R. (1998). Somatic Expression in the Father-Mother-Child Triad. J. Clin. Psychoanal., 7(4):555-576.

(1998). Journal of Clinical Psychoanalysis, 7(4):555-576

The Work of Rosine Debray: Visiting Author Colloquium New York Psychoanalytic Society, October 1993

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The Complexity of the Child's Somatic Expression

Somatic expression in the baby and the young child is always the result of multifactorial elements of a very varied nature. Among these first and foremost are the baby's personal characteristics, what Anglo-American authors call personality, but also the infant's somatic predispositions and weaknesses, be they congenital or due to later history.


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