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Separation: Anxiety and Anger (Attachment and Loss #2)

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Dr. Bowlby's second pioneering volume examines the effect of separation on the development of the child and the psychopathology that often follows separation. The experience of separation and the ensuing susceptibility to anxiety, anger, and fear constitute the flip side of the attachment phenomenon. In an authoritative new foreword to Bowlby's classic study, Stephen Mitch ...more
Paperback, 480 pages
Published December 21st 1976 by Basic Books (first published 1972)
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Recommends it for: people needing naps
Bowlby will always be my hero, though his writing is a real snore. but the evidence of his theory happens ALL THE TIME. He's right up there with Darwin and Jung, and other heroes, oh yeah.
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