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Britton, R. (2009). Commentary on Paper by Julie Gerhardt. Psychoanal. Dial., 19(3):294-296.

(2009). Psychoanalytic Dialogues, 19(3):294-296

Commentary on Paper by Julie Gerhardt

Ronald Britton, M.A. and F.P.C.Psych.

This review discusses factors producing excessive envy in some personalities innate, environmental and developmental. He agrees with Julie Gerhardt that envy is not atomic but molecular and evoked in triangular situations. However he suggests that factors that may manifest themselves in the earliest infantile stage can contribute to its later development and agrees with Gerhardt that the earliest mother infant interaction is crucial.

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