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Kestenberg, J.S. Marcus, H. Robbins, E. Berlowe, J. Buelte, A. (1971). Development of the Young Child as Expressed Through Bodily Movement. I.. J. Amer. Psychoanal. Assn., 19:746-764.

(1971). Journal of the American Psychoanalytic Association, 19:746-764

Development of the Young Child as Expressed Through Bodily Movement. I.

Judith S. Kestenberg, M.D., Hershey Marcus, M.D., Esther Robbins, M.D., Jay Berlowe, M.D. and Arnhilt Buelte


In a very condensed presentation, the authors show how motor equipment, available at birth, is later employed in the service of drive discharge and for relating to objects. Data solely from movement observation are used to describe and delineate basic differences between the oral, anal, and urethral ego organization in the first few years of life.

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