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Kanzer, M. (1949). American Journal of Psychiatry. CV, 1948: The Psychoanalytic Contribution to the Treatment of Behavior Problems in Children. Sandor Lorand. Pp. 357–360.. Psychoanal Q., 18:400.
Psychoanalytic Electronic Publishing: American Journal of Psychiatry. CV, 1948: The Psychoanalytic Contribution to the Treatment of Behavior Problems in Children. Sandor Lorand. Pp. 357–360.

(1949). Psychoanalytic Quarterly, 18:400

American Journal of Psychiatry. CV, 1948: The Psychoanalytic Contribution to the Treatment of Behavior Problems in Children. Sandor Lorand. Pp. 357–360.

Mark Kanzer

Lorand discusses the development of the ego in the earliest years of life and traces into later periods the 'manner in which the child is influenced to control his drives and impulses'. He stresses care and educational methods which take psychoanalytic knowledge into account and maintains that the treatment of children 'demands considerably more of the therapist, emotionally, than does the treatment of adults… The therapist's liking of the child is of real importance for therapy.'


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Kanzer, M. (1949). American Journal of Psychiatry. CV, 1948. Psychoanal. Q., 18:400

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