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The Birth of Intersubjectivity: Psychodynamics, Neurobiology, and the Self

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This book, the exciting collaboration of a developmental psychoanalyst at the forefront of functional magnetic resonance attachment research and a leading neurobiological researcher on mirror neurons, presents a fresh and innovative look at intersubjectivity from a neurobiological and developmental perspective. Grounding their analysis of intersubjectivity in the newest ...more
Hardcover, 256 pages
Published January 13th 2014 by W. W. Norton & Company (first published December 1st 2013)
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