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Author Child Study Association of America, author.

Title Outlines of child study : a manual for parents and teachers / edited by Benjamin C. Gruenberg ; Child Study Association of America.

Published New York : Macmillan Company, 1922.

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Physical description xx, 260 pages ; 20 cm
Contents A survey of the child's development -- The child as an organism -- Health factors -- Physical disturbances -- Infancy and its discipline -- Obedience -- Punishment -- Imagination -- Truth and falsehood -- Curiosity -- Fear -- Imitation and suggestion -- Instinct and habit -- Freedom and discipline -- Constructing and destroying -- Toys and tools -- Language and speech development -- Foreign languages -- Manners -- The use of money -- Acquisitiveness -- Initiative and spontaneity -- Ambitions and ideals -- Rivalry and competition -- Clubs and gangs -- Fighting -- Play -- Travel and adventure -- Pets and plants -- The outdoor life -- Hobbies -- Children's books and reading -- Arts in the life of the child -- Music -- Heredity -- Sex education -- Adolescence - physical -- Adolescence - emotional -- Adolescence - intellectual -- Coeducation -- Choosing an occupation -- Training in social responsibility -- Religious training -- Civic interests -- The exceptional child - deficient -- The exceptional child - delinquent -- The exceptional child - superior -- Mental hygiene -- Mental tests -- The festival in the child's education -- Cooperation between school and home.
Summary "It is a privilege to introduce to those unacquainted with it one aspect of the work of the Federation for Child Study. Of all the organizations which have sought to stimulate parents to study and know their children, the Federation has had probably the most experience. For over a score of years its leaders have been guiding the reading and discussion of groups of parents and teachers, but especially of parents. Upon their experience are based these Outlines of Child Study. The arrangement is topical; and each topic is presented by (1) a statement of the general state of knowledge of the topic, (2) an outline which lists the detailed facts and problems concerning which there is information available, and (3) a list of helpfully graded references, ranging from attractive popular articles to technical monographs. The treatment is comprehensive, both in the topics chosen and in the outline and references for each. Especially valuable are the sections on concrete aspects of human behavior, such as Toys, Manners, The Use of Money, Pets and Plants, and Hobbies, which the ordinary manuals of Child Study have relatively neglected. The treatment is modern; mental tests, psycho-analysis and the conditioned reflex receiving due (some conservative critics may think, undue) attention, and recent work in all lines being considered. Suitable connections with the general sciences of human nature are made so that the student who follows the Outlines for any dozen or so of topics is almost certain to be made acquainted with representative scientific work in biology, psychology and sociology"--Introduction. (PsycINFO Database Record (c) 2015 APA, all rights reserved).
Other formats Also issued in print.
Reproduction Electronic reproduction. Washington, D.C. : American Psychological Association, 2015. Available via World Wide Web. Access limited by licensing agreement. s2015 dcunns
Other author Gruenberg, Benjamin C. (Benjamin Charles), 1875-1965, editor.
Subject Child study.