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Bowlby, J. (1958). Tomo XIX: Deutsche, J. M.: THE DEVELOPMENT OF CHILDREN'S CONCEPTS OF CAUSAL RELATIONS. (El desarrollo del concepto infantil sobre relaciones causales). Oxford University Press. Rev. psicoanál., 15(1-2):154.

(1958). Revista de Psicoanálisis, 15(1-2):154

Tomo XIX: Deutsche, J. M.: THE DEVELOPMENT OF CHILDREN'S CONCEPTS OF CAUSAL RELATIONS. (El desarrollo del concepto infantil sobre relaciones causales). Oxford University Press

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J. Bowlby

Un estudio de 732 niños entre ocho y dieciséis años de edad a los que se pidió contestar preguntas sobre cómo creían que sucedían determinados hechos.

Los resultados aportan datos experimentales a la teoría psicoanalítica.

Disiento con la clasificación de los 17 tipos de relaciones causales propuesto por Piaget postulando dos: materialistas y mágicas.

Encuentra que el 80 % de las contestaciones son materialistas y el restante animistas. Como a través de las observaciones psicoanalíticas no se llega a las mismas conclusiones, se puede preguntar si la autora no hubiera encontrado diferentes resultados, utilizando preguntas que involucraran situaciones emocionales.

J. Bowlby.

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