2 edition of Child training and personality found in the catalog.
Child training and personality
John Wesley Mayhew Whiting
|Statement||by John W. M. Whiting and Irvin L. Child.|
|Contributions||Child, Irvin Long, 1915-|
|LC Classifications||HQ769 .W58 1966|
|The Physical Object|
|Number of Pages||353|
farther along than it really is. My hope is that the book will stimulate others not only to try these ideas out in the classroom, but also to test them out by experiment. I hope, then, that the book will be read not only by teachers in training and teachers already in the field, but also by psychologists who are interested in educational research. The answer, Merve Emre proposes in her new book The Personality Brokers, lies in its early-twentieth-century origins. The women who conceived of .
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A whole quizzie on Personality disorders, woooo hoooo!I got all of these case studies from Exam-master test questions on the LRC website, and the rest of the information from the powerpoint presentation!:)After doing this quiz, it will probably be helpful to go over the case studies that we did writing assignments on earlier in the term, because she said those might be on the test. Most of us realize that our children have a distinct personality from the get-go, and experts agree: "Some aspects of a child's temperament are essentially hardwired," says Jonathan Pochyly, PhD.
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Child Training and Personality: A Cross-cultural Study. John Wesley Mayhew Whiting, Irvin Long Child. Yale University Press, - Child rearing - pages.
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