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Colby, K.M. (1952). Journal of Mental Science. XCVI, 1950: The Origin of Head Banging. A Suggested Explanation With an Illustrative Case History. Joan FitzHerbert. Pp. 793–795.. Psychoanal Q., 21:290.
    
Psychoanalytic Electronic Publishing: Journal of Mental Science. XCVI, 1950: The Origin of Head Banging. A Suggested Explanation With an Illustrative Case History. Joan FitzHerbert. Pp. 793–795.

(1952). Psychoanalytic Quarterly, 21:290

Journal of Mental Science. XCVI, 1950: The Origin of Head Banging. A Suggested Explanation With an Illustrative Case History. Joan FitzHerbert. Pp. 793–795.

Kenneth Mark Colby

Head banging is an attempt on the part of the child to recreate the happy period when he is nursing in his mother's arms and feeling her heart beat against his head. It also expresses his fury at a frustrating mother whose rhythmic heartbeat seems a thrusting attack and he bangs back in retaliation.

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Colby, K.M. (1952). Journal of Mental Science. XCVI, 1950. Psychoanal. Q., 21:290

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