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Mahler, M.S. (1945). The Problem Child and his Environment: H. Banister and M. Ravden. Brit. J. of Psychology, XXXIV, 1944, pp. 60–68.. Psychoanal Q., 14:430.
    
Psychoanalytic Electronic Publishing: The Problem Child and his Environment: H. Banister and M. Ravden. Brit. J. of Psychology, XXXIV, 1944, pp. 60–68.

(1945). Psychoanalytic Quarterly, 14:430

The Problem Child and his Environment: H. Banister and M. Ravden. Brit. J. of Psychology, XXXIV, 1944, pp. 60–68.

Margaret S. Mahler

Statistical data are given on one hundred twelve children, both residents and evacués, who were brought to the Cambridge Child Guidance Clinic. An attempt is made to analyze these data in terms of a correlation between the main neurotic symptoms of the child and the conditions of its environment.

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Mahler, M.S. (1945). The Problem Child and his Environment. Psychoanal. Q., 14:430

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