The Young Child and His Parents: A Study of One-Hundred Cases
by Josephine Foster and John Anderson
University of Minnesota Press, 1929
Paper: 978-0-8166-7151-9

ABOUT THIS BOOK
ABOUT THIS BOOK
These brief case histories deal with the everyday behavior of normal children between the ages of two and six. Each history includes a brief characterization of the salient features of the case, a description of the home situation, a discussion of developmental history, a history of the adjustments of the child, and where possible, the treatment suggestion and the later history of the case. A valuable feature of this revised edition is a follow-up of more than seventy cases after a lapse of four years.

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