Father and Child: Developmental and Clinical Perspectives [NOOK Book]


First published in 1982. Routledge is an imprint of Taylor & Francis, an informa company.
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Father and Child: Developmental and Clinical Perspectives

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First published in 1982. Routledge is an imprint of Taylor & Francis, an informa company.
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Product Details

  • ISBN-13: 9781317758389
  • Publisher: Taylor & Francis
  • Publication date: 11/26/2013
  • Sold by: Barnes & Noble
  • Format: eBook
  • Pages: 664
  • File size: 3 MB

Table of Contents

I. History and Review 1. The Roots of Fatherhood: Excursions into a Lost Literature, Ross 2. In Search of Fathering: A Review, Ross 3. Father-Son Themes in Freud's Self-Analysis, Mahl 4. Selected Critical Review of Psychological Investigations of the Early Father-Infant Relationship, Gunsberg II. Developmental Perspectives: The Early Phases 5. Engrossment: The Newborn's Impact upon the Father, Greenberg, Morris 6. Observations of the Father-Infant Relationship, Yogman 7. "The Second Other": The Role of the Father in Early Personality Formation and the Dyadic-Phallic Phase of Development, Greenspan 8. Discovering Daddy: The Mother's Role, Atkins 9. The Preoedipal Relationship of a Father, Mother, and Daughter, Galenson, Roiphe 10. On Father Hunger: The Father's Role in the Modulation of Aggressive Drive and Fantasy, Herzog 11. The Role of the Father in Gender Identity, Urethral Erotism, and Phallic Narcissism, Tyson 12. From Mother to Father: The Boy's Search for a Generative Identity and the Oedipal Era, Ross 13. The Development of Parental Attitudes, Kestenberg, Marcus, Sossin, Stevenson, Jr. 14. A Note on the Father's Contribution to the Daughter's Ways of Loving and Working, Tessman III. Developmental Perspectives: The Later Phases 15. Mentorship in Middle Childhood, Ross 16. The Father's Role in Latency, Sarnoff 17. Fathers and Adolescent Sons, Esman 18. Aspects of Prospective Fatherhood, Gurwitt 19. Patterns of Expectant Fatherhood: A Study of the Fathers of a Group of Premature Infants, Herzog 20. The Father in Midlife: Crisis and the Growth of Paternal Identity, Colarusso, Nemiroff 21. Vicissitudes of Grandfatherhood: A Miracle of Revitalization? Cath 22. The Dying and Death of a Father, Cath, Herzog IV. Cultural and Historical Variations 23. The Father and the Child's Representations of God: A Developmental Approach, Rizzuto 24. The Patriarchal Tradition: Creation and Fathering in Genesis, Schwaber 25. Fathers in Nineteenth-Century Novels: Some Portrayals of Unconscious Conflict in Paternal Attitudes and Behaviors, Brody 26. Fathers and Sons: An Indian Experience, Kakar 27. The Changing Faces of Fatherhood: A New Exploration in American Family History, Demos V. Clinical Problems and Applications 28. The Father-Child Relationship: Changes after Divorce, Wallerstein, Kelly 29. Divorce and the Child: "The Father Question Hour," Cath 30. Abusive Fathers, Steele 31. Father-Daughter Incest, Kaufman 32. Abdicating Fathers, Homosexual Sons: Psychoanalytic Observations on the Contribution of the Father to the Development of Male Homosexuality, Socarides 33. Domination-Submission Patterns in the Patriarchal Family Structure, Ross 34. Early Loss of the Father: A Clinical Case, Stolorow, Lachmann 35. Fostering the Consolidation of Paternal Identity: The Tufts Family Support Program, Samaraweera, Cath 36. Involving Fathers in Treatment, Ferholt, Gurwitt

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