Mourning the loss of "self as father": a longitudinal study of fatherhood among the druze

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Publication Type Journal Article
School or College School of Medicine
Department Psychiatry
Creator Florsheim, Paul W.
Other Author Gutmann, David
Title Mourning the loss of "self as father": a longitudinal study of fatherhood among the druze
Date 1992
Description IT is within the context of the parent-child relationship - through the processes of attachment, loss, separation and individuation - that we grow and develop interpersonally and intrapsychically (Bowlby 1969, 1980; Mahler et al. 1975; Pollock, 1989). Most developmentalists agree that changes in the parent-child relationship continue to influence both parents and children throughout the life cycle (Cohen et al. 1984; Colarusso and Nemiroff 1982).
Type Text
Publisher Guilford Press
Journal Title Psychiatry
Volume 55
First Page 160
Last Page 76
Language eng
Bibliographic Citation Florsheim, P. & Gutmann, D. (1992). Mourning the loss of "self as father": a longitudinal study of fatherhood among the druze. Psychiatry, 55, 160-76. May.
Rights Management (c) Guilford Press
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Date Created 2012-06-13
Date Modified 2012-06-13
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Reference URL https://collections.lib.utah.edu/ark:/87278/s6mk6x29
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