The Emotional Life of the Child

The Emotional Life of the Child

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    By Margaret Lowenfeld

    At the end of the last chapter we found that the child’s position is a reversal of the adult. Whereas the adult is convinced that the material things of life are the real ones, and is apt rather to give his own emotions a second place, the child on the other hand feels his own emotions as the real world and the one with which he is familiar. To him the outside world is so continually changing that he gives it second place in his thoughts.


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