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Childhood psychosis: initial studies and new insights.


Washington, V.H. Winston; distributed by Halsted Press Division, Wiley, New York, 1973.
ISBN 0470456108, 9780470456101

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Subjects Autism -- Case studies.
Autism in children -- Case studies.
Autism in children -- History.
Autism in children.
Autism.
Child.
Enfants -- Psychiatrie.
Infant.
Psicología infantil.
Psicopatología infantil.
Psychoses in children.
Psychotic Disorders.
Description xii, 283 pages portrait 24 cm
Copyright Date 1973.
Notes Includes bibliographical references.
Summary This book compromises 16 papers presented in chronological sequence and covering three decades of study from 1943 to 1973.
Contents The 1940s : -- Autistic disturbances of affective contact -- Irrelevant and metaphorical language in early infantile autism -- Problems of nosology and psychodynamics in early infantile autism ; -- The 1950s ; -- The conception of wholes and parts in early infantile autism -- To what extent is early infantile autism determined by constitutional inadequacies? -- Notes on the follow-up studies of autisitc children -- Early infantile autism, 1943-1955 -- The thirty-third Maudsley Lecture: trends in child psychiatry ; -- The 1960s : -- Infantile autism and the schizophrenias -- Early infantile autism revisited -- The children haven't read those books ; -- The 1970's : -- Childhood psychosis: a historical overview -- Follow-up study of eleven autistic children originally reported in 1943 -- How far can autisitc children go in matters of social adaptation? -- Approaches: retrospect and prospect -- Evaluations and follow-up of 34 psychotic children.
Genre Case studies.
History.
Network Numbers (OCoLC)584826
(OCoLC)ocm00584826
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WorldCat Identities Kanner, Leo, 1894-1981.
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