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18 We acknowledge the insight of Mr Ian Mackie, Manager of Northern View Day Hospital, Bradford, in helping to clarify this point.
19 Erik Erikson, in his theory of life-stages, sees the development of basic trust as the first task for the infant. Erikson E., Childhood and Society. Penguin, Harmondsworth, 1965.