Developments in Infant Observation : The Tavistock Model

@inproceedings{Reid2013DevelopmentsII,
  title={Developments in Infant Observation : The Tavistock Model},
  author={S. Reid},
  year={2013}
}
  • S. Reid
  • Published 2013
  • Psychology
  • Infant observation carried out within the family is a compelling approach to the study of early human development, vividly revealing the impact of intergenerational patterns of child-rearing and the complex relationship between nature and nurture. It provides unique insights into the early origins of emotional disturbance and suggests ways in which healthy development can be promoted by both professional and parent, often resulting in changes to clinical practice. Developments in Infant… CONTINUE READING
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