Şandor, Veronica
July 2015
Romanian Journal of Psychoanalysis / Revue Roumain de Psychanaly;jul-dec2015, Vol. 8 Issue 2, p73
Academic Journal
Mental development is not linear. Each stage is configured depending on the previous stage but also on the relational, narcissistic regime, that of psyche-soma continuity, somatic accommodations, transgenerational and cultural registration. This paper presents 4 diagrams with 4 determinants of psychic development with the intention of achieving a holistic view of the human psyche in its becoming


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