By Arnold I. Goldberg
The 3rd quantity within the individual growth in Self Psychology sequence brings jointly the main intriguing concerns in a swiftly increasing field. Frontiers in Self Psychology is highlighted via sections facing self psychology and infancy and self psychology and the psychoses. medical contributions contain numerous case reports in addition to a reconsideration of dream interpretation. Theoretical contributions span problems with gender identification, boundary formation, and the organic origin of self psychology.
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Photographic illustrations of a “mirroring” sequence. Mother and infant are seated face to face, and are looking at each other. At point A, mother shows a “kiss-face,” and infant's lips are partially drawn in, resulting in a tight, sober-faced expression. 54 seconds later, mother's mouth has widened into a slightly positive expression, and infant's face has relaxed with a hint of widening in the mouth, also a slightly positive expression. 79 seconds later, both mother and infant show a slight smile.
Training and Supervising Analyst, Los Angeles and Southern California Psychoanalytic Institutes; Associate Clinical Professor of Psychiatry, UCLA School of Medicine. , Professor of Psychiatry, University of Sydney, Westmead, Australia; Director of Psychiatry, Westmead Hospital. Lisa J. , Practicing Psychoanalyst; Fellow, American Institute for Psychotherapy and Psychoanalysis, New York City. Louis W. , Professor of Psychiatry, University of Colorado, Denver. Doren L. , Practicing Psychoanalysts; Fellow, American Institute for Psychotherapy and Psychoanalysis, New York City.
It is unlikely in this circumstance of mutual gaze that mother will avert her gaze. When mother and infant are gazing at each other, it is more likely that the infant will gaze away. In fact, it is the infant who makes and breaks mutual gaze, since the infant initiates and terminates 94 percent of all mutual gazes, while the mother tends to gaze steadily at the infant. In evaluating the mother's influence on her infant, Stern found that when the mother gazes at the infant, the likelihood that the infant will return her gaze increases.