Infant Observation Research Tool
The Infant Observation Research Resource is a treasure trove for anyone
interested in this method of learning about infant development and
psychoanalytic observation. This interactive tool is the culmination of a piece
of research reviewing the past ten years of
the Journal of Infant Observation and organises all the most influential papers
according to themes that later researchers
might want to explore. It contains hyperlinks to all those papers and can
generate reading lists around topics in an instant. The M7 student who created
it, Georgia Cowley, also included relevant audio-visual resources and it
is now a stimulating, enjoyable and user friendly resource to use.
Looking for more Infant Observation resources?
- Watch a recording of our Infant Observation Centenary Event: In the Footsteps of Bick
- Read Dr Jenifer Wakelyn's review of our Infant Observation Centenary Event