The ecology of human development: experiments by nature and design

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Harvard University Press, 1979 - Psychology - 330 pages
To understand the way children develop, Bronfenbrenner believes that it is necessary to observe their behavior in natural settings, while they are interacting with familiar adults over prolonged periods of time. His book offers an important blueprint for constructing a new and ecologically valid psychology of development.

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