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The Essential Other: A Developmental Psychology Of The Self

@inproceedings{GalatzerLevy1993TheEO,
  title={The Essential Other: A Developmental Psychology Of The Self},
  author={Robert M. Galatzer‐Levy and Bertram J. Cohler},
  year={1993}
}
* Introduction * The Human Environment of Infancy * Toddlerhood: The Self and Morality * The Toddler Years: Language, Play, Sex, and Anality * Early Childhood * Moving into the Larger World: Middle Childhood * Adolescence and Youth * Youth and Young Adulthood: Generation, Education, and the Family * Stable Adulthood: Work * Courtship, Engagement, Relationship, and Marriage * Midlife * Late Life * Conclusion 
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