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Spitz (1957) looks at prohibition from the parent as being the first meaning of “no” for the child.

He assumes that the child’s frustrated id drives take in the negative words and gestures and remember it by relating it to a specific emotion experienced at that time.

Hence why the child’s first use of negation is for refusal or rejection. i.e. “no!”

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