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Watillon-Naveau, A. (1992). Alice or the Vicissitudes of the Mother-Daughter Relationship. Int. R. Psycho-Anal., 19:209-216.

(1992). International Review of Psycho-Analysis, 19:209-216

Alice or the Vicissitudes of the Mother-Daughter Relationship

A. Watillon-Naveau

SUMMARY

On the basis of the treatment of the early mother-child relationship in a case of primary anorexia, the author attempts to illustrate by psychoanalytic reflections the effect of the mother's unconscious mechanisms on the psychosomatic equilibrium of the baby.

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