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Normal Child and Adolescent Development 

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A Psychodynamic Primer

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Karen Gilmore, M.D., is Clinical Professor of Psychiatry, Columbia University College of Physicians and Surgeons, and Senior Consultant, Columbia University Center for Psychoanalytic Training and Research.

Pamela Meersand, Ph.D., is Assistant Professor of Psychology, Department of Psychiatry, Columbia University College of Physicians and Surgeons, and Director, Child Division, Columbia University Center for Psychoanalytic Training and Research.

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Karen Gilmore, M.D., is Clinical Professor of Psychiatry, Columbia University College of Physicians and Surgeons, and Senior Consultant, Columbia University Center for Psychoanalytic Training and Research.

Pamela Meersand, Ph.D., is Assistant Professor of Psychology, Department of Psychiatry, Columbia University College of Physicians and Surgeons, and Director, Child Division, Columbia University Center for Psychoanalytic Training and Research.

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Video and discussion highlight and vividly display the different phases of normal development.

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Normal Child and Adolescent Development: A Psychodynamic Primer presents a complete picture of mental development, informed by contemporary research and psychodynamic thinking. Dr. Gilmore and Dr. Meersand have taught human development to psychiatric residents, psychology doctoral students, and psychoanalytic candidates for more than a decade, and found an acute need for accessible material integrating recent findings in the psychodynamic literature and psychology research with information on development as a dynamic interaction of the growing mind (including the unconscious mind), the maturing body, and the evolving demands of environment. The book is their response to this need, and it is as unique as it is useful, as compelling as it is comprehensive.

Replete with new ideas and fascinating connections, the volume is also beautifully written and a pleasure to read. The clinical vignettes in the text are vivid narratives that make the child at different stages recognizable and memorable. In addition, online video illustrations reinforce the key characteristics at each phase of normal development. In brief:

� The authors begin with an introduction to the book�s theoretical orientation and end with a brief reprise of the importance of developmental thinking in clinical practice, forming a clear framework for the authors� perspective.
� The authors use familiar developmental demarcations, informed by current thinking, to present chapters on infancy, toddlerhood, oedipal age, latency, preadolescence, early and mid-adolescence, late adolescence, and the still-controversial phase of emerging adulthood.
� The section on the oedipal-age child merits two chapters, testament to the authors� belief in the critical nature of this phase, which marks a momentous transition in mental development.
� Grounded in the belief that an understanding of development is a building block of clinical thinking, the book emphasizes that every patient encounter demands familiarity with developmental concepts, as well as the understanding that past and present are inextricably woven together, and that present consciousness is an amalgam of all experience.

The book�s multisystem approach shows the complexity and diversity of human development. Truly, Normal Child and Adolescent Development: A Psychodynamic Primer is a twenty-first century text, and one that both students and practitioners in psychiatry, psychology, and psychoanalysis will welcome as a valuable resource.

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Normal Child and Adolescent Development: A Psychodynamic Primer presents a complete picture of mental development, informed by contemporary research and psychodynamic thinking. Dr. Gilmore and Dr. Meersand have taught human development to psychiatric residents, psychology doctoral students, and psychoanalytic candidates for more than a decade, and found an acute need for accessible material integrating recent findings in the psychodynamic literature and psychology research with information on development as a dynamic interaction of the growing mind (including the unconscious mind), the maturing body, and the evolving demands of environment. The book is their response to this need, and it is as unique as it is useful, as compelling as it is comprehensive.

Replete with new ideas and fascinating connections, the volume is also beautifully written and a pleasure to read. The clinical vignettes in the text are vivid narratives that make the child at different stages recognizable and memorable. In addition, online video illustrations reinforce the key characteristics at each phase of normal development. In brief:

  • The authors begin with an introduction to the book’s theoretical orientation and end with a brief reprise of the importance of developmental thinking in clinical practice, forming a clear framework for the authors’ perspective.
  • The authors use familiar developmental demarcations, informed by current thinking, to present chapters on infancy, toddlerhood, oedipal age, latency, preadolescence, early and mid-adolescence, late adolescence, and the still-controversial phase of emerging adulthood.
  • The section on the oedipal-age child merits two chapters, testament to the authors’ belief in the critical nature of this phase, which marks a momentous transition in mental development.
  • Grounded in the belief that an understanding of development is a building block of clinical thinking, the book emphasizes that every patient encounter demands familiarity with developmental concepts, as well as the understanding that past and present are inextricably woven together, and that present consciousness is an amalgam of all experience.

The book’s multisystem approach shows the complexity and diversity of human development. Truly, Normal Child and Adolescent Development: A Psychodynamic Primer is a twenty-first century text, and one that both students and practitioners in psychiatry, psychology, and psychoanalysis will welcome as a valuable resource.

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Preface. A psychodynamic developmental orientation. Infancy: parenthood, the mother-infant relationship, and the mind of the infant. The toddler: early sense of self and gender, rapprochement, libidinal object constancy, and superego precursors. The oedipal phase and emerging capacities: language, imagination, play, mentalization, and self-regulation. The oedipal phase: psychosexual development, oedipal complex and constellation, oedipal phase contributions to mental life. The latency phase: cognitive maturation, autonomy, social development, and learning. Preadolescence: bodily challenges, changing relationships, and the transition to the teen years. Early and mid-adolescence: the importance of the body, sexuality, individuation, the role of action, and special problems of the teen years. Late adolescence: identity, sexuality, autonomy, and superego formation in the late teens and early twenties. The odyssey years: emerging adults on the path to adulthood. The role of developmental thinking in psychodynamic psychotherapy. Index.

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Preface. A psychodynamic developmental orientation. Infancy: parenthood, the mother-infant relationship, and the mind of the infant. The toddler: early sense of self and gender, rapprochement, libidinal object constancy, and superego precursors. The oedipal phase and emerging capacities: language, imagination, play, mentalization, and self-regulation. The oedipal phase: psychosexual development, oedipal complex and constellation, oedipal phase contributions to mental life. The latency phase: cognitive maturation, autonomy, social development, and learning. Preadolescence: bodily challenges, changing relationships, and the transition to the teen years. Early and mid-adolescence: the importance of the body, sexuality, individuation, the role of action, and special problems of the teen years. Late adolescence: identity, sexuality, autonomy, and superego formation in the late teens and early twenties. The odyssey years: emerging adults on the path to adulthood. The role of developmental thinking in psychodynamic psychotherapy. Index.

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TOPTHREEREVIEWS

"Drs. Gilmore and Meersand have written a book far more than a simple �primer� of normal child and adolescent development. It is a tour de force, a sophisticated review of the child development literature from classical psychodynamic theories to a modern interactive, transactional approach.

Disparate paradigms of genetic, cognitive, psychosexual, and psychosocial theories are woven together in a clear, integrative approach that does not throw out the �baby� of attachment theory with the �bath water� of classical psychodynamics.

Each chapter, from infancy to adolescence, provides an excellent summary, comprehensive charts, and illustrative vignettes. This is a superb synthesis demonstrating that each individual is a complex product of endowment, environment, and particular relationships.

I recommend the book as a must for all those interested in human development."�Clarice J. Kestenbaum, M.D., Director of Training Emerita and Professor of Clinical Psychiatry; Columbia University, College of Physicians & Surgeons, New York, NY
"Gilmore and Meersand have succeeded in the herculean task of articulating a coherent psychodynamic account of development from birth through early adulthood. Weaving together the threads and hints that permeate classic and contemporary psychoanalytic theories, along with current research findings and illustrative vignettes, the authors offer a depiction of psychological development infused with the sensibility and wisdom of an integrative psychoanalytic framework which takes account of multiple internal and external forces on development. Their objective is to enhance the ability of psychoanalytic clinicians to make use of developmental notions in clinical work with individuals of all ages. Written in a lively and engaging style, their volume achieves this goal with eminent success."�Jeanine M. Vivona, Ph.D., Professor of Psychology; The College of New Jersey, Ewing, NJ

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"Drs. Gilmore and Meersand have written a book far more than a simple “primer” of normal child and adolescent development. It is a tour de force, a sophisticated review of the child development literature from classical psychodynamic theories to a modern interactive, transactional approach.

Disparate paradigms of genetic, cognitive, psychosexual, and psychosocial theories are woven together in a clear, integrative approach that does not throw out the “baby” of attachment theory with the “bath water” of classical psychodynamics.

Each chapter, from infancy to adolescence, provides an excellent summary, comprehensive charts, and illustrative vignettes. This is a superb synthesis demonstrating that each individual is a complex product of endowment, environment, and particular relationships.

I recommend the book as a must for all those interested in human development."—Clarice J. Kestenbaum, M.D., Director of Training Emerita and Professor of Clinical Psychiatry; Columbia University, College of Physicians & Surgeons, New York, NY

"Gilmore and Meersand have succeeded in the herculean task of articulating a coherent psychodynamic account of development from birth through early adulthood. Weaving together the threads and hints that permeate classic and contemporary psychoanalytic theories, along with current research findings and illustrative vignettes, the authors offer a depiction of psychological development infused with the sensibility and wisdom of an integrative psychoanalytic framework which takes account of multiple internal and external forces on development. Their objective is to enhance the ability of psychoanalytic clinicians to make use of developmental notions in clinical work with individuals of all ages. Written in a lively and engaging style, their volume achieves this goal with eminent success."—Jeanine M. Vivona, Ph.D., Professor of Psychology; The College of New Jersey, Ewing, NJ

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