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World created from toys in a tray of sand from the collection of Margaret Lowenfeld

Margaret Lowenfeld What you see in this case has never been displayed before. This treasure from a museum collection tells a story that hasn’t been told until now. But which ...

Notes on the Nature and Use of the Mosaic Test

By Margaret Lowenfeld The test material consists of a box of Mosaic Pieces which are standardised so that each shape is available in every colour. The collection of pieces com...

The Lowenfeld Kaleidoblocs Test

By Margaret Lowenfeld   As the field of clinical psychology widens it becomes steadily more necessary that methods should be devised which can be used as a supplement to the i...

Use of the Lowenfeld Mosaic Test in the Study of Non-Western Peoples

Objective Since the constituent parts of the L.M.T. have been made up of materials familiar to Western peoples, uncertain assumption in regard to them will be implicit in all Weste...

Pleasure and Freudian Theory

By Margaret Lowenfeld Owing to a certain misunderstanding the title which this paper has originally borne is a little misleading. What I want to attempt is not an exposition of ple...

Section Concerning the Interaction between Child Psychiatry and Psychotherapy and Paediatrics

By Margaret Lowenfeld Objectives  The work of the proposed research unit has three objectives: Constitutional study It is desired to make use of the clinical material coming int...

Play and Symbolism in Lowenfeld and Winnicott

Play and Symbolism in Lowenfeld and Winnicott By Madeleine Davis In her biography of Margaret Lowenfeld which appears as the introduction to the book of Lowenfeld’s selected pap...

B. C. C. The Story of the Berkhamsted Children’s Clinic

By Margaret Lowenfeld This booklet tells you the story of the Berkhamsted Children’s Clinic; what it is doing for the children of Berkhamsted and district and what we hope it wil...

British Medical Journal Article on the ICP

By Margaret Lowenfeld It has been a common complaint of Continental and American visitors that there is no provision for the study of medical psychology in London. Especially is th...

1929 Address on the Clinic by Margaret Lowenfeld

By Margaret Lowenfeld The work of the Welfare Centres marks a great advance in the campaign for a healthy nation. The time now seems to have come to explore the possibilities of a ...
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