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(1935). The First Two Years: A Study of Twenty-Five Babies. By Mary M. Shirley. The University of Minnesota Press. Minneapolis, Minn., 1933. Pp. 228. Price $3.00.. Psychoanal. Rev., 22(1):115-116.

(1935). Psychoanalytic Review, 22(1):115-116

The First Two Years: A Study of Twenty-Five Babies. By Mary M. Shirley. The University of Minnesota Press. Minneapolis, Minn., 1933. Pp. 228. Price $3.00.

This is the third volume of a series of studies carried over a period of two years of twenty-five babies, which began at their birth and continued during that period. Volume I dealt with Postural and Locomotor Development and Volume II with Intellectual Development. This volume deals with what the author calls Personality Manifestations. She is, by the way, an assistant professor of Psychology, and she had associated with her in her work a pediatrician.

The book is one of those studies entered into by an academic psychologist who has apparently no insight whatever into the world that has been disclosed to the vision of the psychoanalyst and who employs terms, statistics, and graphs in that cold, inhuman, and meaningless way that we are familiar with in psychological records. The author appreciates this fact and supplements her studies with a humanized descriptive account of the children in their several family settings.

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