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Bonnard, A. (1975). The Parent's Psychic Reality as a Part of the Child's Psychic Reality. Ann. Psychoanal., 3:123-144.

(1975). Annual of Psychoanalysis, 3:123-144

II Clinical Studies

The Parent's Psychic Reality as a Part of the Child's Psychic Reality

Augusta Bonnard, M.D., F.R.C. Psych.

Pleased as I am to pay tribute to Dr. Sterba, my chief qualification for doing so would seem to be that, although my published output is far smaller than his, its subject matter is no less diversified. Since my principal current preoccupation is with the ordering of a wide range of clinical material from two follow-up research studies, I would like to extract an offering that should prove pertinent to one of Dr. Sterba's published themes. I do so also for the purpose of exemplifying the two-way feedback advantage accruing from working in private practice as a psychoanalyst and in a clinic, as a child psychiatrist, with case material from both.

In a communication “On Hallow'sen,” Dr. Sterba (1948) shows very clearly how differently this occasion is [consciously] understood and celebrated

Dr. Bonnard died on October 11, 1974.

This paper was originally written in honor of Dr. Richard Sterba, on the occasion of his 75th birthday.

1 Each of these studies is of one hundred of my own diagnostic, etc. child cases from my part-time career of 25 years as the Consultant Psychiatrist of the East London Child Guidance Clinic, situated in the London Jewish Hospital. One of these studies is likely to be unique in that it represents a personal second follow-up investigation by the original diagnostician (myself) covering a total time span, since the first diagnostic encounter, of 25 or more years.

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