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Infant observation research: What have we learned so far?
Abstract This paper reviews published literature in the field of psychoanalytic infant observation research, and asks, how much has so far been achieved by this work? It identifies themes,Expand
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This critical review of the Report of the Victoria Climbié Inquiry contends that the quasi‐judicial procedure adopted in this Inquiry was well adapted to providing a detailed analysis of the sequenceExpand
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Reason and Unreason: Psychoanalysis, Science and Politics
Reason and Unreason: Psychoanalysis, Science and Politics explores issues concerning the justification and legitimacy of psychoanalytic knowledge, and its relevance to political and social questions.Expand
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Research in the consulting room
Psychoanalysis, this paper argues, has since its inception practised an effective method of research based on the clinical consulting room, and this explains its success in generating new knowledgeExpand
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Looking in the right place: Complexity theory, psychoanalysis and infant observation
The article investigates infant observation as a resource for generating new ideas and understandings in psychoanalysis. It draws parallels between the modelling and mapping devices developed inExpand
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Learning about emotions: the Tavistock approach
This paper examines the recent emergence of emotions and their regulation as a topic in the social sciences. It suggests that methods of emotional learning which follow from this interest need to beExpand
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Empire : A Postmodern Theory of Revolution
Literary criticism and book review of Empire by Michael Hardt and Antonio Negri, published by Cambridge Mass and London: Harvard University Press. 2000. The publication is heralded as a majorExpand
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