Personality Development is a comprehensive overview of infant observation and personality development. It starts at inter-utero life and goes through to adulthood, focusing on the emotional tasks involved at each stage of development and the interplay of internal processes and external circumstances.
* intra-uterine life and the experience of birth
* babyhood: becoming a person in the family
* the toddler and the wider world
* the latency period.
Using clinical and observational material, it will be of interest to those teaching personality development courses, as well as mental health and child care professionals.
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Hamish Canham and Edwards, both at the Tavistock, London, UK; David Hardie, formerly at Peper Harrow Therapeutic Community, UK; Debbie Hindle, University of Virginia, Charlottesville, USA; Charlotte Jarvis, Hornsey Young Peoples Consultation Service, London, UK; Monica Lanyado, Child and Adolescent Psychotherapist, Private Practice, UK; Lisa Miller Tavistock Clinic, London, UK; Lynda Miller, Enfield Child and Family Service and Tavistock Clinic, London, UK; Margaret Rustin, Ruth Seglow, Marlborough Family Service, London, Tavistock Clinic and University of London, UK; Debbie Steiner, Child and Adolescent Psychotherapist, London, UK; Marta Vaciago Smith, Community and Mental Health Trust, Leeds and Leeds University, UK.