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Theories of child development

Author: Alfred L Baldwin
Publisher: New York : Wiley, [1966, ©1967]
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Additional Physical Format: Online version:
Baldwin, Alfred Lee, 1914-
Theories of child development.
New York, Wiley [1966, ©1967]
Online version:
Baldwin, Alfred Lee, 1914-
Theories of child development.
New York, Wiley [1966, ©1967]
Document Type: Book
All Authors / Contributors: Alfred L Baldwin
OCLC Number: 225971
Description: xii, 618 pages : illustrations, portraits ; 24 cm
Contents: Common sense and its role in psychological theory --
General issues of behavior theory --
The child psychology of Kurt Lewin --
Evaluation and critique of field theory --
Piaget's fundamental concepts and strategy of research --
Piaget's description of development during infancy --
Development of conceptual thought, preoperational stage --
The periods of concrete and formal operations --
Piaget's theory of the developmental process --
Freudian theory, fundamental strategy and concepts --
Freudian theory of psychodynamics --
Freudian theory, development of personality --
Critique of psychoanalytic theory --
The basic elements of the S-R strategy --
Social-learning theory of child development --
Critique of social-learning theory --
Heinz Werner's theory of child development --
The family as a social system --
Toward an integrated theory of child development.
Responsibility: Alfred L. Baldwin.


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