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Author Bruce, William F. (William French), b. 1887.

Title Development and learning [electronic resource] : the psychology of childhood and youth in a democratic society / by William F. Bruce [and] Frank S. Freeman.

Published New York : Henry Holt and Co., 1942.

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Physical description xx, 552 p. : ill. ; cm.
Notes Includes index.
Bibliography "Further references" at end of most of the chapters.
Summary "This book presents an integration of results and an interpretation of recent scientific studies in human psychology from infancy through adolescence. The book seeks to interpret and clarify the relations between biological, emotional, intellectual, and social aspects of development so that students may understand the complex processes by which children and youths become individual personalities with diverse patterns of behavior. The two terms, "development" and "learning," reflect two aspects of psychology which are brought together in the text; for, obviously, development involves learning and learning implies development. That the scientific findings presented may have fuller meaning, attention is given to specific ways in which facts of development and learning fit with and can be utilized for democratic ways of living. Our position is that American educators and psychologists have an obligation to utilize available scientific knowledge for the promotion of a democratic society. It is our position, furthermore, that democratic living is supported by scientific knowledge of development and behavior, and that of all known forms of socio-political organization, the democratic provides the conditions for optimal and maximal development. Thus the understanding of development and learning is broadened, deepened, unified, and motivated by keeping in view the chief purposes of education in a democratic society"--Preface. (PsycINFO Database Record (c) 2010 APA, all rights reserved).
Other formats Also issued in print.
Reproduction Electronic reproduction. Washington, D.C. : American Psychological Association, 2011. Available via World Wide Web. Access limited by licensing agreement. s2011 dcunns
Other author Freeman, Frank S. (Frank Samuel), b. 1898, joint author.
Subject Learning, Psychology of.