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THE WRITINGS OF ANNA FREUD In 8 Volumes, published by International Universities Press Inc: 1. INTRODUCTION TO PSYCHOANALYSIS Lectures for Child Analysts and Teachers 1922-1935 2. THE EGO AND THE MECHANISMS OF DEFENCE (1936) 1966 3. INFANTS WITHOUT FAMILIES Reports on the Hampstead Nurseries 1939-1945 4. INDICATIONS FOR CHILD ANALYSIS AND OTHER PAPERS 1945 5. RESEARCH AT THE HAMPSTEAD CHILD-THERAPY CLINIC AND OTHER PAPERS 1956-1965 6. NORMALITY AND PATHOLOGY IN CHILDHOOD Assessment of Development 1965 7. PROBLEMS OF PSYCHOANALYTIC TRAINING, DIAGNOSIS AND THE TECHNIQUE OF THERAPY 1966-1970 8. PSYCHOANALYTIC PSYCHOLOGY OF NORMAL DEVELOPMENT Publications in Chronological Order 1. Beating fantasies and daydreams. (1922) 1: 137-57 2. Hysterical symptom in a child of two years and three months. (1923) 1: 158-61 3. Child analysis, Four lectures on. (1927 [1927]) 1: 3-62 4. Child Analysis, The theory of . (1928) [1927] 1 :162—75 5. Psychoanalysis for teachers and parents, Four lectures on (1930) 1 :73-136 6. Psychoanalysis and the upbringing of the young child. (1934 [1932] ) 1 :176-88 7. Infants without families: Reports on the Hampstead Nurseries (1939-45) written in collaboration with Dorothy Burlingham. 3 :3-681 8. Child analysis, Indications for. (1945) 4 :3-38 9. Psychoanalytic study of infantile feeding disturbances, The. (1946) 4 :39-59 10. Early education, Freedom from want in. (1946) 4 :425-41 11. Child: an outline, The sleeping difficulties of the young. (1947) 4 :605-9 12. Emotional and instinctual development. (1947) 4 :458-88 13. Feeding habits, The establishment of. (1947) 4 :442-57 14. Aggression in relation to emotional development: normal and pathological. (1949 [1947]) 4 :489-97 15. Aggression, Notes on. (1949 [1948]) 4 :60-74 16. August Aichhorn: July 28, 1878 – October 17 1949. (1951) 4 :625-38 17. Expert knowledge for the average mother. (1949) 4 :528-44 18. Nursery school education: its uses and dangers. (1949) 4 :545-59 19. Preadolescent’s relations to his parents, On certain difficulties in the. (1949) 4 :95- 106
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2 20. Social Maladjustment, Certain types and stages of. (1949) 4 :75-94 21. Edith Buxbaum’s “Your child makes sense”, Foreword to. 4 :610-13 22. Training analysis, The problem of. (1950 [1938]) 4 :407-24 23. Psychoanalytic child psychology, The significance of the evolution of. (1950) 4 :614-24 24. Child development, Observations on. (1951 [1950]) 4 :143-62 25. Experiment in group upbringing, An. (1951) 4 :163-229 26. Psychoanalysis to genetic psychology, The contribution of. (1951 [1950]) 4 :107- 42 27. Bodily illness in the mental life of children, The role of. (1952) 4:260-79 28. Children, The child, visiting. (1952) 4 :639-41 29. Ego and id: introduction to the discussion, The mutual influences in the development of . (1952 [1951]) 4 :30-44 30. Passivity, Studies in. (1952 [1949-1951]) 4 :245-59 31. Teachers’ questions, Answering. (1952) 4 :560-68 32. Alice Balint’s “The psychoanalysis of the nursery, “ Introduction to. (1953) 4 :642-44 33. Infant observation, Some remarks on. (1953 [1952]) 4 :569-85 34. Instinctual drives and their bearing on human behavior. (1953 [1948]) 4 :498-527 35. James Robertson’s “A two-year-old goes to hospital” film review. (1953) 4 :280- 92 36. Infantile neurosis: contribution to the discussion, Problems of. (1954) 4:327-55 37. Psychoanalysis and education. (1954) 4 :317-26 38. Psychoanalysis: discussion, The widening scope of indications for. (1954) 4 :356- 76 39. Technique in adult analysis, Problems of. (1954) 4 :377-406 40. Rejecting mother, The concept of the. (1955 [1954])
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