Psychologist Paul Fairweather (1981) proposed that the inner world of the human child
contains a symbolic family, which is an innate structure, comparable to an archetype, and an imaginary family that is developed from introjecting aspects of his/her existential family into the matrix of the symbolic family.
It is important to commemorate a God who loved us enough to become a human child
, like us.
In European folk tradition, a deformed or weak-witted offspring of fairies or elves substituted by them surreptitiously for a comely human child
is a comedy set in the realm of things that go bump in the night, where chaos breaks loose after a hapless monster accidentally lets a human child
into the secret world.
While a modern human child
would have a brain about 95 percent the size of an adult's by that time, this Neanderthal kid's brain was at 87.
And when coyote shapeshifter Mercy and her Alpha werewolf mate, Adam, are called upon to stop a rampaging troll, they find themselves with something that could be used to make the fae back down and forestall out-and-out war: a human child
stolen long ago by the fae.
The story follows the adventures of Mowgli, a human child
brought up by a wolf pack in the Indian jungle.
Monday PROJECT NIM BBC4, 9PM This documentary, from the team behind the Oscar-winning Man on Wire, tells the story of Nim, a chimpanzee who became the focus of an experiment in the 1970s which aimed to show that a chimp could learn to communicate with language if raised and nurtured like a human child
Klaus hides the diamond, but he and Liesel are constantly followed by a grim priest and a fiercely repellent Aztec whose designs extend to human child
Director Schultz borrows shamelessly from ET to forge a bond between the youngest human child
and the one alien who doesn't think "human beings are vicious", teeing up a predictably teary farewell.
A European study found Greys have the intellectual capacity of a five-year-old human child
with the emotional development of a human two-year-old.
Canada, and Scotland, published between 1978 and 2003, which examine the ways that the agents of socialization function to induct the human child