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What makes this work unique is the collection and scrutiny of literally hundreds of detailed written observations by all the nursery workers, as part of their inservice training. These observations could be placed within an overall theoretical framework which was itself being modified and developed by the information gained from new observations. In Vienna Anna Freud had already given lectures to teachers and parents on the psychoanalytic view of development, education and upbringing. These had focused on infantile sexuality, the problems of bringing drives under control, and the development of a ‘reasonable ego’ and superego.
Breast-fed babies, however, are better off wherever they are. Babies who could be breast fed by their own mothers within the nursery setting did best of all. In the second year, motility and muscular control developed better in the nursery, because the children had more carefully supervised opportunities for movement and exploration, handling toys and other objects Observation 43 without danger to themselves or the things they handled. Toddlers became more competent in helping themselves, for example, in dressing and undressing, setting out the table and chairs for meals, and self-feeding.
In the war nurseries toddlers were allowed as much choice of foods as rationing permitted, and it was found that they chose a balanced diet, for example, making up one day for what they had left out the previous day, finishing the first course if they were allowed to put Observation 41 it aside and come back to it after their pudding. , pp. 524–526). , pp. 482–483). She stressed that timing should depend on the child’s physical capacity to sit comfortably, his intellectual capacity to understand the adult’s demands, and his being in a good, steady relationship with one adult, usually at about the age of 1 year.