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Beiser, H.R. (1973). Can the Psychology of Childhood be Taught to Students of Psychoanalysis? Problems and Prospects. J. Amer. Psychoanal. Assn., 21:727-744.

(1973). Journal of the American Psychoanalytic Association, 21:727-744

Can the Psychology of Childhood be Taught to Students of Psychoanalysis? Problems and Prospects

Helen R. Beiser, M.D.

SUMMARY

Data has been presented on the contrasting attitudes of graduate and student analysts to child-development and child-analysis courses and experiences. The various types of resistance have been explored, with the hope that a combination of personal analysis and well-timed and well-taught appropriate curricular experiences can deal with the difficulties described.

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