Depression: Normal and Abnormal

@inproceedings{EddisonDepressionNA,
  title={Depression: Normal and Abnormal},
  author={H. Wilfred Eddison}
}
1. The stimulus-free state is rejected as a goal. 2. Individual organisms in an organized group exhibit as a whole the same adhesive tendency which their component cells share in common (Trotter). 3. The primary group is the mother and child who, from the point of view of the child, form one organism. 4. The child is happy when its union with its mother is not disputed. Its troubles begin when the mother puts it down or something goes wrong with breast-feeding. Union with the mother… CONTINUE READING