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Voluntary Enterprise in Medicine

By Margaret Lowenfeld   The author of this article is chiefly known for her work as a psycho-therapist. At the Institute of Child Psychology, of which she is honorary directo...

Study of Preverbal ‘Thinking’

By Margaret Lowenfeld   The subject of this paper is a child’s relation to his experience of his own body, his bodily sensations and movements, the things that happen to...

Unrealised Factors in Attitudes on Health

By Margaret Lowenfeld It seems to me that a study of this kind gives a few suggestions, as have other team studies on the cultural pat- terns and personality characteristics of any...

Specific Language Disability

By Margaret Lowenfeld SIR,—The annotation on specific language disability brings up a subject of considerable importance. Apart from the question of a possible neurological diso...

Aspects of Colour

By Margaret Lowenfeld It is a keen pleasure to me to have the opportunity in so distinguished a course of lectures to tell you about the work we have been doing on the study of spo...

A Study of Non-Verbal Thought

By Margaret Lowenfeld Although it is impossible, because of the width and variety of its range, to devise a formal definition for thought, it is generally held at present that ther...

Poleidoblocs in Infant Schools

By Margaret Lowenfeld Poleidoblocs are a set of objects designed to call out certain reactions and responses in children. They are cut in shapes like those a child sees all around ...

World Pictures of Children

This book was kept in the collection of Ville Anderson, colleague and close friend of Margaret Lowenfeld. Ville Andersen trained under Margaret Lowenfeld at the I.C.P. in the early...

Lowenfeld Mosaic Test

This paper by Thérèse Woodcock Woodcock, Consultant Child and Adolescent Psychotherapist and Trainer in Lowenfeld Projective Play Therapy, delivered at a Cambridge conference and...

Research Project

By Dr. Margaret Lowenfeld During 25 years work, it has been found at I.C.P. that very considerable improvement, amounting in a certain proportion of cases to satisfactory cure, can...
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