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Intimacy and Infidelity : Separation-Individuation Perspectives
Akhtar, Salman and Selma Kramer (Eds)
Jason Aronson / Hardcover / 1996-06-01 / 1568217757
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Fidelity: from cannibalism to imperialism & beyond/intimacy & individuation/egocentricity.

Originally presented as papers at the 26th Annual Margaret s. Mahler Symposium on Child Development held on May 6, 1995, in Philadelphia

Contributors include Selma Kramer, Louise J. Kaplan, Eric Lager, Alvin Frank, Helen C. Meyers, John M. Ross, Lawrence D. Blum, and Salman Akhtar.

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