The Clinical Infant
This person is not a real person, it is a theoretical construction of a number of persons and in many ways is the most important person in The Interpersonal World of the Infant.
The Observed Infant
This person is not a real person or even a real set of persons. Instead, this person is a theoretical construct composed from observations of infant psychology made by developmental psychologists through experiments with infant behavior.
This is a prominent and current developmental psychologist and psychoanalyst who is also an author.
This person is the father of psychoanalysis.
This is an important mid-20th century psychologist whose work in psychology has been deeply influential.
This is an important mid-20th century physician and psychologist who developed a prominent theory of child development.
This is an important mid-20th century...
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