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Stern, D.N. (1985). The Interpersonal World of the Infant: A View from Psychoanalysis and Developmental Psychology. New York: Basic Books.

Stern, D.N. (1985). The Interpersonal World of the Infant. , 1-294. New York: Basic Books.

The Interpersonal World of the Infant: A View from Psychoanalysis and Developmental Psychology

Daniel N. Stern

Contents

Preface viii
Part I The Questions and their Background 2
Chapter 1 Exploring the Infant's Subjective Experience: A Central Role for the Sense of Self 3
Chapter 2 Perspectives and Approaches to Infancy 13
Part II The Four Senses of Self 36
Chapter 3 The Sense of an Emergent Self 37
Chapter 4 The Sense of a Core Self: I. Self versus Other 69
Chapter 5 The Sense of a Core Self: II. Self with Other 100
Chapter 6 The Sense of a Subjective Self: I. Overview 124
Chapter 7 The Sense of a Subjective Self: II. Affect Attunement 138
Chapter 8 The Sense of a Verbal Self 162
Part III Some Clinical Implications 183
Chapter 9 The “Observed Infant” as Seen with a Clinical Eye 185
Chapter 10 Some Implications for the Theories Behind Therapeutic Reconstructions 231
Chapter 11 Implications for the Therapeutic Process of Reconstructing a Developmental Past 256
Epilogue 275
Bibliography 278

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