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Nagera, H. (1966). Early Childhood Disturbances, the Infantile Neurosis, and the Adulthood Disturbances: Problems of a Developmental Psychoanalytical Psychology. International Universities Press, Inc. New York.

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Nagera, H. (1966). Early Childhood Disturbances, the Infantile Neurosis, and the Adulthood Disturbances. , 1-95. International Universities Press, Inc. New York .

Early Childhood Disturbances, the Infantile Neurosis, and the Adulthood Disturbances: Problems of a Developmental Psychoanalytical Psychology

Humberto Nagera, M.D.

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Contents

Foreword by Anna Freud 9
Acknowledgments 11
1. The Background for a Developmental Psychoanalytic Psychology 13
2. The Concept of “Infantile Neurosis” 20
3. Developmental Interference 28
4. Developmental Conflicts 41
5. Neurotic Conflicts 48
6. The Infantile Neurosis 54
7. Differences and Similarities between the Infantile and the Adult Neurosis: With Some Comments on Prediction 63
8. Childhood Disturbances as the Basis of Adulthood Disturbances 72
9. A Developmental Scheme: Toward Normality, Neurosis or Other Forms of Disturbance 77
Bibliography 85
Index 89
About the Author 95

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