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Child development is a key area of modern psychology and the Tavistock Institute is well known for its research in this area. This set makes available a range of studies within this important field from adult-child relationships and early influences through to education, delinquency and neuroses. Included are classics such as D.A. Winnicott's Through Paediatrics to Psychoanalysis and The Child and the Outside World, as well as the edited transcriptions of Discussions on Child Development between leading academics such as psychologists Jean Piaget and Bärbel Inhelder, anthropologist Margaret Mead and human biologist J.M. Tanner.