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Fraiberg, S. (1971). Separation Crisis in Two Blind Children. Psychoanal. St. Child, 26:355-371.

(1971). Psychoanalytic Study of the Child, 26:355-371

Clinical Contributions

Separation Crisis in Two Blind Children

Selma Fraiberg

IN THIS ESSAY I PROPOSE TO BRING TOGETHER SOME OBSERVATIONS OF separation anxiety in blind children in the second year. The children in each case have been followed in our longitudinal studies of infants blind from birth. The twice monthly observations by clinically trained researchers have given us the opportunity to study the reactions to brief and prolonged separations within the context of a larger study of the developmental characteristics of blind infants.

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