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Evelson, E. (1958). MODERN TRENDS IN CHILD PSICHIATRY. (Tendencias modernas en psiquiatría infantil). Editors N. Lewis y B. Pacella. International Universities Press. New York, 1950. Rev. psicoanál., 15(1-2):127-128.

(1958). Revista de Psicoanálisis, 15(1-2):127-128

MODERN TRENDS IN CHILD PSICHIATRY. (Tendencias modernas en psiquiatría infantil). Editors N. Lewis y B. Pacella. International Universities Press. New York, 1950

Review by:
Elena Evelson

Este libro reúne una serie de trabajos de diversos autores, que fueron leídos en New York State Psichiatry Institute and Hospital, durante los años 1943-1944.

En estos trabajos se han estudiado las diversas formas en que se manifiesta la ansiedad en la primera infancia, en el período de latencia y en la pubertad. Por ejemplo, el trabajo de Margaret Ribble “Anxiety in Infants and Its Disorganizing Effects”.

Algunos ofrecen un estudio comparativo entre las condiciones ambientales y los factores constitucionales, como elementos que determinan la producción de síntomas, y las relaciones que existen entre las perturbaciones de la conducta y los trastornos orgánicos cerebrales.

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