Gyuri Gergely

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Margaret Mahler's seminal work on the psychological birth of the infant has generated more critical discussion than most other psychoanalytic theories of early development. But while the empirically, theoretically, and methodologically based criticisms of Mahler's theory are generally justified, her critics fail at times to consider some of the intriguing(More)
By the end of the twentieth century, following the comments by three philosophers on Premack and Woodruff’s seminal (1978) paper entitled “Does the chimpanzee have a theory of mind”, twenty years or so of careful developmental psychology were taken to show that not until they are well in their fourth year can human children successfully pass the so-called(More)
Potential benefits and hazards of mechanical monitoring were retrospectively studied in the context of 768 in 9,205 deliveries, between 1977 and 1979. Monitoring in all cases had been by cardiotocography. Perinatal mortality was found to decline in response to monitoring. All cases for monitoring should be carefully selected, and aseptic rules must be(More)
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