D. W. Winnicott's research while affiliated with London Deanery and other places

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Citations

... The use of a light resembling that of the police may indicate that Gacy wanted the authority and power that comes with the position of being an officer of the law. Lastly, Winnicott (1958Winnicott ( , 1965 traced the origins of these attempts of individuals to achieve success back to childhood experiences where their infantile omnipotence had been obstructed and inverted pathologically. ...
... Given these rapid developmental progressions in the preschool era, together with normative preschool attendance and experiences of environmental change as parents return to work and so forth, Crittenden (2000) theorised that a degree of change in attachment organisation across this period is expected. As social participation increases, "mutual adaptation" and "reciprocal adjustment" must ensue from both members of the dyad (Ciciolla, Crnic, & West, 2013;Winnicott, 1965). ...
... Another overlap with Weiss's (1990a) concept of pathogenic beliefs can be found with Winnicott's (1960) conceptualization of "a compliant False Self" that is built from the internalization of the environment and "reacts to environmental demands" (p. 146). ...
... Nevertheless in health there is the illusion of contact and it is this which provides the high spots of human life. (Winnicott [1952(Winnicott [ ] 1987b ...