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ROSA, Claudia Dias. The father and the antisocial tendency according the psychoanalysis of Winnicott. Nat. hum. [online]. 2017, vol.19, n.2, pp.178-196. ISSN 1517-2430.

According to Winnicott, when examining the antisocial tendency etiology, one must take into account two types of deprivation: one is in terms of the mother loss and the other is related to the father loss. In this exposition, I will discuss some aspects about the father's involvement in triggering such disorder, focusing on the father's failure specificity and its repercussions on the child's maturational process.

Keywords : antisocial tendency; deprivation; father's failure; Winnicott; delinquency.

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