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L'instabilité psychomotrice infantile : approche psychodynamique comparative par une méthodologie projective

Abstract : New hypothesis examine the development of mother-child relationships from birth to first walks. Hypothesis are written after reflections about psychic symbolisation process to determine the nature of motions in instability, and reflections about child personalization and identity affirmation. Projective tests and samples comparisons (clinic vs control) give many results. Results show that psychomotor instabilities are generated by a specific action body image which is bound to dependence relations between child and mother. Symptoms are linked to a difficult creation of child's own spaces. Child's body movement seems to be a priviledged way to reveal a developmental disturbance. Therapy has to consider the importance of child's body lived inside relationship with his mother.
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Philippe Claudon. L'instabilité psychomotrice infantile : approche psychodynamique comparative par une méthodologie projective. Psychologie. Université Nancy 2, 2002. Français. ⟨NNT : 2002NAN21020⟩. ⟨tel-01776217⟩

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