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Infant/Child Development and the Importance of Children's Feelings

Interest and Anger

During the past year, we have been exploring the three pillars of development: feelings, language, and cognition. Over the next several months, we will explore more deeply what may be our two most significant feelings: interest and anger. We will start with interest (curiosity). Read More

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Paul C. Holinger, M.D., M.P.H., is a psychiatrist and adult and child/adolescent psychoanalyst. He is author of What Babies Say Before They Can Talk.


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