Frances Tustin

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Psychology Press, 1995 - Biography & Autobiography - 154 pages
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The handy pocket-size guide is packed with useful information, tips and recommendations, accompanied by colour photographs, charts and maps for the first-time traveller who wants to experience the major highlights that the Philippines has to offer. This travel book surpasses other guides in that it incorporates essential information in an easy-to-carry and easy-to-read format that is attractive and useful at the same time. It provides a visitor with an invaluable introduction to the Philippines by concisely highlighting the country’s ‘must see’ areas in a practical and user-friendly format, thus encouraging the tourist to make the most of his/her available time. All the essential information you need to get around an unfamiliar country is compacted into useful and practical ‘At-a-Glance’ sections at the end of each chapter. The fold-out map of the Philippines is ideal for tourists and visitors. In addition to the main map of the Philippines, it features 7 detailed area maps and 6 town plans.

 

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Contents

Introduction
1
Chapter 1 Growing up in the bosom of the church
6
Chapter 2 Professional development
11
Chapter 3 The discovery of autism and the search to understand it
19
Chapter 4 Unnatural children
27
Chapter 5 Encapsulation and entanglement
33
Chapter 6 Mental cataclysm and black holes
43
Chapter 7 The frontiers of consciousness
52
Chapter 9 The keeper of the keys
69
Chapter 10 Mental handicap and mental illness
83
Chapter 11 Psychoanalytic perspectives on learning impairment
96
Chapter 12 The restoration of god
110
Chronology
126
Publications by Frances Tustin
128
Bibliography
131
Index
139

concrete sensory and transitional
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