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Cole, E.M. (1958). Lay, Wilfrid: THE CHILD'S UNCONSCIOUS MIND. (La mente inconsciente del niño). New York Dodd. Mead & Co., 1920. Rev. psicoanál., 15(1-2):147.

(1958). Revista de Psicoanálisis, 15(1-2):147

Lay, Wilfrid: THE CHILD'S UNCONSCIOUS MIND. (La mente inconsciente del niño). New York Dodd. Mead & Co., 1920

Review by:
E. M. Cole

Libro dedicado al educador para hacerle notar la importancia del inconsciente en la educación. Para la época es un libro de coraje tendiente a introducir nuevos conceptos en los preestablecidos de la educación.

E. M. Cole.

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Cole, E.M. (1958). Lay, Wilfrid: THE CHILD'S UNCONSCIOUS MIND. (La mente inconsciente del niño). New York Dodd. Mead & Co., 1920. Rev. Psicoanál., 15(1-2):147

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