Psychology of the Child and the Adolescent

By Robert I. Watson; Henry Clay Lindgren | Go to book overview
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photo credits /xvi
i principles of development
one/The Study of Children and Adolescents: Then and Now /3
Ancient and Medieval Attitudes Toward Children /4
Pioneers Who Led to Change
The Industrial Revolution and the Nineteenth Century
The Era of Childhood Education
The Beginnings of Child Psychology /9
The Baby Biographers
G. Stanley Hall and the Child Study Movement
Binet and the Intelligence Test
Montessori and the Training of the Senses
Watson and Behaviorism
Freud and Psychoanalysis
Child Psychology from 1900 to the Second World War /19
Tests, Norms, and Individual Differences
Child Guidance and Clinical Psychology
Education and Educational Psychology
Cultural Anthropology
The Modern Period in Child Psychology /24
Child Psychology and Developmental Psychology
Developmental and Environmental Approaches
The Genetic/Developmental Approach
The EnvironmentaL/Experimental Approach: Behaviorism and S-R Research
Which Approach Today?
Contributions of Personality and Social Psychology
Recent Trends
A View of Child Psychology Today
Summary /30

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