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Garma (1950). Klein, Melanie: The Early Development of Conscience in the Child. (El temprano desarrollo de la conciencia en el niño). En el libro Psychoanalysis Today. New York 1933. También en el libro de la autora: CONTRIBUTIONS TO PSYCHO-ANALYSIS, The Hoggart Press, Londres 1948, págs. 267-277.. Rev. psicoanál., 7(4):643-644.

(1950). Revista de Psicoanálisis, 7(4):643-644

Klein, Melanie: The Early Development of Conscience in the Child. (El temprano desarrollo de la conciencia en el niño). En el libro Psychoanalysis Today. New York 1933. También en el libro de la autora: CONTRIBUTIONS TO PSYCHO-ANALYSIS, The Hoggart Press, Londres 1948, págs. 267-277.

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En un artículo para un libro de difusión psicoanalítica, la autora expone sencillamente la situación psíquica del niño pequeño, con un super-yó increíble y fantástico, que le amenaza de ser comido, cortado en trozos. Tal como aparece también en los mitos como el del dragón que escupe fuego.

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