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ARAUJO, Gabriela de  and  LERNER, Rogério. Discussion of the concept of intersubjectivity in the light of contributions of psychoanalysis. Reverso [online]. 2010, vol.32, n.60, pp. 35-42. ISSN 0102-7395.

This paper proposes a discussion of the notion of intersubjectivity and of the concept of drive, both essential to thinking about development and the process of psychic emergence of the newborn. Although coming from different theoretical and methodological perspectives, the developmental psychology and psychoanalysis, some articulations can be woven between them. As a rereading of the notion of support suggested by Freud (1905), sustains the thesis that the infant's innate ability intersubjective experienced in bonding with their caregivers serve as a launching pad of the drive, allowing the drive is constituted as a circuit (Laznik , 2004, 2006, 2007).

Keywords : Drive; Intersubjectivity; Development; Psychoanalysis.

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