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Harris, M. (2011). Chapter Eleven: A Baby Observation: The Absent Object (1980). The Tavistock Model: Papers on Child Development and Psychoanalytic Training, 163-169.

Harris, M. (2011). Chapter Eleven: A Baby Observation: The Absent Object (1980). The Tavistock Model: Papers on Child Development and Psychoanalytic Training, 163-169

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Martha Harris

An account of how a baby, during his first year, used the observer in tandem with his mother in order to symbolise first the bad object and then the absent object, enabling him to form first an almost hallucinatory and then an internal picture alongside her coming and going.

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