Section A

Clinical Notes on Disorders of Childhood. (London : Heinemann, 1931). The Child and the Family : First Relationships. (London : Tavistock, 1957). Comprend :

  • A Man Looks at Motherhood (1949).
  • Getting to Know your Baby (1944).
  • The Baby as a Going Concern (1949).
  • Infant Feeding (1944).
  • Where the Food Goes (1949).
  • The End of the Digestive Process (1949).
  • The Baby as a Person (1949).
  • Close-Up of Mother Feeding Baby (1949).
  • Why Do Babies Cry ? (1944).
  • The World in Small Doses (1949).
  • The Innate Morality of the Baby (1949).
  • Weaning (1949).
  • Knowing and Leaming (1950).
  • Instincts and Normal Difficulties (1950).
  • What About Father ? (1944).
  • Their Standards and Yours (1944).
  • Young Children and Other People (1949).
  • What Do We Mean by a Normal Child ? (1946).
  • The Only Child (194 s).
  • Twins (1945).
  • Stealing and Telling Lies (1949).
  • Visiting Children in Hospital (1951).
  • On Adoption (1955).
  • First Experiments in Independance (1955).
  • Support for Normal Parents (1944).
  • The Mother’s Contribution to Society (1957).

The Child and the Outside World : Studies in Developing Relationships.

(London : Tavistock, 1957.)

Comprend :

  • Needs of the Under-Fives in a Changing Society (1954).
  • The Child’s Needs and the Role of the Mother in the Early Stages (1951). On Influencing and Being Influenced (1941).
  • Educational Diagnosis (1946).
  • Shyness and Nervous Disorders in Children (1938).
  • Sex Education in Schools (1949).
  • Pitfalls in Adoption (1954).
  • Two Adopted Children (1953).
  • Children in the War (1940).
  • The Deprived Mother (1940).
  • The Evacuated Child (1945).
  • The Return of the Evacuated Child (1945).
  • Home Again (1945).
  • Residential Management as Treatment for Difficult Children (1947). Children’s Hostels in War and Peace (1948).
  • Towards an Objective Study of Human Nature (1945).
  • Further Thoughts on Babies as Persons (1947).
  • Breast Feeding (1945).
  • Why Children Play (1942).
  • The Child and Sex (1947).
  • Agression (1939).
  • The Impulse to Steal (1949).
  • Some Psychological Aspects of Juvenile Delinquency (1946).

Collected Papers : Through Paediatrics to Psycho-Analysis. (London : Tavistock ; New York : Basic Books, 1958.)

Comprend :

  • A Note on Normality and Anxiety (1931).
  • Fidgetiness (1931).
  • Appetite and Emotional Disorder (1936).
  • * The Observation of Infants in a Set Situation (1941).
  • Child Department Consultations (1942).
  • Ocular Psychoneuroses of Childhood (1944).
  • * Reparation in Respect of Mother’s Organized Defence against Depression (1948).
  • * Anxiety Associated with Insecurity (1952).
  • * Symptom Tolerance in Paediatrics : a Case History (1953).
  • A Case Managed at Home (1955).
  • * The Manic Defence (1935).
  • * Primitive Emotional Development (1945).
  • Paediatrics and Psychiatry (1948).
  • Birth Memories, Birth Trauma, and Anxiety (1949).
  • * Hate in the Counter-Transference (1947).
  • * Aggression in Relation to Emotional Development (1950).
  • * Psychoses and Child Care (1952).
  • * Transitional Objects and Transitional Phenomena (1951).
  • * Mind and its Relation to the Psyche-Soma (1949).
  • * Withdrawal and Regression (1954).
  • * The Depressive Position in Normal Emotional Development (1954).
  • * Metapsychological and Clinical Aspects of Regression within the Psycho-Analytical Set-Up (1954).
  • * Clinical Varieties of Transference (1955).
  • * Primary Maternal Preoccupation (1956).
  • * The Antisocial Tendency (1956).
  • Paediatrics and Childhood Neurosis (1956).

The Child, the Family, and the Outside World. (Harmondsworth : Penguin Books, 1964. Pélican Book A668).

Comprend :

  • A Man Looks at Motherhood (1949).
  • Getting to Know your Baby (1944)-The Baby as a Going Concern (1949).
  • Infant Feeding (1944)-Where the Food Goes (1949).
  • The End of the Digestive Process (1949).
  • Close-Up of Mother Feeding Baby (1949).
  • Breast Feeding (1945).
  • Why Do Babies Cry ? (1944).
  • The World in Small Doses (1949).
  • The Baby as a Person (1949).
  • Weaning (1949)-
  • Further Thoughts on Babies as Persons (1947).
  • The Innate Morality of the Baby (1949).
  • Instincts and Normal Difficulties (1950).
  • Young Children and Other People (1949).
  • What About Father ? (1944).
  • Their Standards and Yours (1944).
  • What Do We Mean by a Normal Child ? (1946),
  • The Only Child (1945)-Twins (1945).
  • Why Children Play (1942).
  • The Child and Sex (1947).
  • Stealing and Telling Lies (1949).
  • First Experiments in Independence (1955).
  • Support for Normal Parents (1944).
  • Needs of the Under-Fives (1934)-
  • Mother, Teacher, and the Child’s Needs (1953).
  • On Influencing and Being Influenced (1941).
  • Educational Diagnosis (1946).
  • Shyness and Nervous Disorders in Children (1938).
  • Sex Education in Schools (1949).
  • Visiting Children in Hospital (1951).
  • Aspects of Juvenile Delinquency (1946).
  • Roots of Aggression (1964).

The Family and Individual Development. (London : Tavistock, 1964.) Comprend :

  • * The First Year of Life : Modem Views on the Emotional Development (1958).
  • The Relationship of a Mother to Her Baby at the Beginning (1960). Growth and Development in Immaturity (1950).
  • On Security (Broadcast, 1960).
  • The Five-Year-Old (Broadcast, 1962).
  • Integrating and Disruptive Factors in Family Life (1957).
  • The Family Affected by Depressive Illness in one or both Parents (1958).
  • * The Effect of Psychotic Parents on the Emotional Development of the Child (1959)-
  • The Effect of Psychosis on Family Life (1960).

* Adolescence (1961).

  • The Family and Emotional Maturity (1960)*
  • Theoretical Statement of the Field of Child Psychiatry (1958).
  • The Contribution of Psycho-Analysis to Midwifery (1957).
  • Advising Parents (1957).
  • Casework with Mentally 111 Children (1959).
  • The Deprived Child and How He Can Be Compensated for Loss of Family Life (1950).
  • Group Influences and the Maladjusted Child : The School Aspect (1955)-
  • Some Thoughts on the Meaning of the Word Democracy (1950).

The Maturational Processes and the Facilitating Environment.