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The Course of life / Stanley I. Greenspan, George H. Pollock. 6 Late Adulthood [print]

Contributor(s): Greenspan, Stanley I [edt] | Pollock, George H [edt]Material type: TextTextSeries: The Course of Life. 7 Late Adulthood ; vol. 6Publication details: Madison, Connecticut : International University Press, [(c)1993. Description: x, 550 pages : illustrations ; 24 cmContent type: text Media type: unmediated Carrier type: volumeISBN: 9780823611287; 0823611280; 0823611256; 9780823611256; 0823611264; 9780823611263; 0823611299; 9780823611294; 9780823611249; 0823611248; 0823611272; 9780823611270; Subject(s): Psychoanalysis | Psychanalyse | Psychologie du developpement | Personnalite -- Developpement | Personality | Psychoanalysis | Developmental psychology | Human Development | Personality Development | Psychoanalytic TheoryLOC classification: BF723.C687 1989BF723.P4.P776.C687 1989COPYRIGHT NOT covered - Click this link to request copyright permission:
Contents:
Late midlife development George E. Vaillant and Sara H. Koury Transformational tasks in adulthood Roger L. Gould A reexamination of adult life crises: spousal loss in mid- and late life Morton A. Lieberman The archaic adaptive ego Stanley R. Palombo Adult phases of the life cycle Paul A. Dewald From mistrust to trust: through a stage vertically Kalman J. Kaplan and Nancy . O'Connor Developmental continuities and adjustment in adulthood: social relations, morale, and the transformation from middle to late life Jean K. Carney and Bertram J. Cohler intimacy and isolation under apartheid: a psychosocial consideration Helen Q. Kivnick Towards an inclusive adult developmental theory: epigenesis reconsidered Rebecca Shahmoon Shanok Psychoanalysis and environment E. James Anthony Mature and regressive determinants of the keeping of promises Herbert J. Schlesinger Psychoanalytic nosological considerations John Frosch Psychoanalytic perspectives on the effective disorders: neurobiological and psychosocial interactions Louis A. Gottschalk From metapsychology to pathopsychophysiology: toward an etiological understanding of major affective disorders Edward A. Wolpert The contribution of the concept of self representation/object representation differentiation to the understanding of the schizophrenias Clarence G. Schulz The narcissistic character and disturbances in the holding environment Arnold H. Modell
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Late midlife development George E. Vaillant and Sara H. Koury Transformational tasks in adulthood Roger L. Gould A reexamination of adult life crises: spousal loss in mid- and late life Morton A. Lieberman The archaic adaptive ego Stanley R. Palombo Adult phases of the life cycle Paul A. Dewald From mistrust to trust: through a stage vertically Kalman J. Kaplan and Nancy . O'Connor Developmental continuities and adjustment in adulthood: social relations, morale, and the transformation from middle to late life Jean K. Carney and Bertram J. Cohler intimacy and isolation under apartheid: a psychosocial consideration Helen Q. Kivnick Towards an inclusive adult developmental theory: epigenesis reconsidered Rebecca Shahmoon Shanok Psychoanalysis and environment E. James Anthony Mature and regressive determinants of the keeping of promises Herbert J. Schlesinger Psychoanalytic nosological considerations John Frosch Psychoanalytic perspectives on the effective disorders: neurobiological and psychosocial interactions Louis A. Gottschalk From metapsychology to pathopsychophysiology: toward an etiological understanding of major affective disorders Edward A. Wolpert The contribution of the concept of self representation/object representation differentiation to the understanding of the schizophrenias Clarence G. Schulz The narcissistic character and disturbances in the holding environment Arnold H. Modell

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