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Oneness and Separateness
From Infant to Individual
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About The Book
Closely observed and beautifully written, Oneness and Separateness is a classic study of the inner emotions and experiences of a child’s earliest life.
Award-winning author Louise Kaplan explores the journey each baby makes from oneness with his mother to a “second birth” as a unique psychological being who begins to comprehend the difference between “I” and “you.”
Using concrete examples, Dr. Kaplan takes parents through each phase of a baby’s life, and describes what the child is thinking and feeling, explaining the meaning behind universal childhood behavior, such as the first smile, the “peek-a-book” game, and temper tantrums.
- Publisher: Simon & Schuster (January 1, 1998)
- Length: 288 pages
- ISBN13: 9780684854069
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