The Interpersonal World of the Infant: A View from Psychoanalysis and Developmental Psychology Topics for Discussion

Daniel N. Stern
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What does Stern hope to gain by combining the perspectives of the developmental psychologist and the psychoanalyst?

What is the distinction between the observed infant and the clinical infant? How does Stern propose to integrate them?

What is Self Psychology? How does it differ from previous approaches to the subjective experience of infants?

What is the sense of the emergent self? Explain in detail.

What is the sense of the core self? Explain in detail.

What is the sense of the subjective self? Explain in detail.

What is the sense of the verbal self? Explain in detail.

How does Stern conceive of psychopathology and identifying psychopathology in light of his Self Psychology?

How does Stern think that Self Psychology should affect clinical practice? Develop two examples.

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