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Massie, H. Bronstein, A.A. Afterman, J. (1988). Inner Themes and Outer Behaviors in Early Childhood Development—A Longitudinal Study. Psychoanal. St. Child, 43:213-242.

(1988). Psychoanalytic Study of the Child, 43:213-242

Inner Themes and Outer Behaviors in Early Childhood Development—A Longitudinal Study

Henry Massie, M.D., Abbot A. Bronstein, Ph.D. and Joseph Afterman, M.D.

SEVERAL YEARS AGO WE BEGAN A PROSPECTIVE LONGITUDINAL STUDY OF key elements of early personality development. The study sought especially to describe how a mother's personality is reflected in her behavior with her infant, and how these maternal behaviors become transfigured (if they do at all) into the child's own emerging character.

Our study focuses on how the mother responds to her infant in moments of mild to moderate stress.

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