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(1967). Notes. Psychoanal Q., 36:639-640.

(1967). Psychoanalytic Quarterly, 36:639-640


In Biological Aspects of Infantile Sexuality and the Latency Period (This QUARTERLY, XXXVI, 1967), Dr. Richard V. Yazmajian states on page 217: 'A growth curve of the gonads shows a steady climb; a burst around three years; a peak and leveling off at four to five years; then a practically level state until puberty'. The author informs us that the sentence should read: 'A growth and maturational curve …'. Although some gonadal growth does occur postnatally, the more important aspect is the maturational crystallization. This is especially important, as indicated in the article, when viewed in relation to adrenal morphological differentiation and functioning, and the total adrenal-gonadal physiological complex.

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(1967). Notes. Psychoanal. Q., 36:639-640

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