Three theories of child development

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Harper & Row, Jan 1, 1978 - Psychology - 292 pages
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This study builds upon the belief that a human being is a manifold between being who acts, feels, and thinks. No one account about human development, whether behavioral, psychodynamic, or cognitive, can fully explain human development. This book is written with the conviction that study, research, and actual work with children or youth should build upon that which is already known

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of AffectBehavioralCognitive Development
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The Three Dimensions of Child Development
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