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By Robert A. King, Dr. Peter B. Neubauer M.D., Dr. Samuel Abrams M.D., A. Scott Dowling M.D.

ISBN-10: 030010961X

ISBN-13: 9780300109610

ISBN-10: 0300128460

ISBN-13: 9780300128468

Infant-Parent examine & Intervention A. Scott Dowling: creation Beatrice Beebe: Mother-Infant examine Informs Mother-Infant remedy Tessa Baradon: "What Is real Maternal Love?" Arietta Slade, Lois Sadler, Cheryl de Dios-Kenn, Denise Webb, Janice Ezepchick & Linda Mayes: Minding the infant Judith Arons: "In a Black gap" Alexandra Murray Harrison: Herding the Animals into the Barn Psychoanalytic examine Nick Midgley & Mary goal: reminiscences of Being in baby Psychoanalysis Rona Knight: the method of Attachment and Autonomy in Latency scientific reports Karen Gilmore: Play within the Psychoanalytic environment Lissa Weinstein & Laurence Saul: Psychoanalysis as Cognitive Remediation Silvia Visscher Bell: A Girl's event of Disfiguring Trauma Psychoanalytic views at the destiny and the prior Harold P. Blum: Psychoanalytic Reconstruction and Reintegration Cornelis Heijn: On Foresight

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After about an hour, I suggested that we start to see how we could help her engage Nicole more. I said that I did not think the issue was the amount of time that she worked, as much as finding a way to make a connection with Nicole. I explained that first I needed to play with her to try to see her range of responsiveness. Nicole chortled, with high positive affect, sustaining long gazes with me. She was marvelously socially engaged. From this interaction it was clear that the difficulty was not an incapacity on the part of the infant.

Mother could be described as a “high coordinator,” very contingently responsive to the infant’s every move, with excellent facial-mirroring and vocal rhythm matching, but interacting with levels of stimulation that were too high, with patterns that were spatially intrusive, that disturbed the infant’s initiative. Following the videotape intervention, the mother was able to move from high- to more “midrange” coordination, less vigilantly responsive to every infant move. She was able to pause more, do less, wait, tolerate the infant’s disengagement without “chasing,” tolerate the infant’s distress, and give the infant space to initiate play.

S sounds were thin and squeaky. She did not give the sounds a robust prosody, she could not elaborate on them, and she did not put any words to the sounds. She did not seem to know how to play. I coached the sounds from the sidelines. Eventually the sounds she made were adequate to make some contact with the baby. Nicole oriented to her a bit more, and returned some of Mrs. ’s sounds with her own, beginning a rudimentary vocal dialogue. But Nicole did not look at her mother. Noting how flat her face was as she interacted with Nicole, I then tried to teach Mrs.

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