Melanie Klein

Melanie Klein

Melanie Klein was an Austrian-born British psychoanalyst who devised novel therapeutic techniques for children that had an impact on child psychology and contemporary psychoanalysis. She was a leading innovator in theorizing object relations theory, and remains one of the most important figures in psychoanalytical theory and practice.

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The Collected Works of Melanie Klein

The Collected Works of Melanie Klein

by Melanie Klein

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A cloth-bound four-volume set including Melanie Klein's best-known works.

This is a facsimile edition of the 1975 Hogarth Press four-volume set with a limited print-run of 300.

Volume I -... (more)

New Directions in Psychoanalysis: The Significance of Infant Conflict in the Pattern of Adult Behaviour

New Directions in Psychoanalysis: The Significance of Infant Conflict in the Pattern of Adult Behaviour

Edited by Melanie Klein, Roger Money-Kyrle

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  • Paperback + eBook $75.81 (RRP : $140.34 save $64.53)

Melanie Klein's contribution to psycho-analysis is centered on her exploration into the early stages of the mental development of the child, which she began while a pupil of Karl Abraham. Taking as... (more)

Developments in Psychoanalysis

Developments in Psychoanalysis

Edited by Melanie Klein, Susan Isaacs

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  • Paperback + eBook $58.71 (RRP : $105.14 save $46.43)

Psychoanalysis is a science evidently fore-ordained to growth and expansion, and among those who have extended the scope of both theory and practice Melanie Klein holds a unique place.

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