The concept of development; an issue in the study of human behavior.

; University of Minnesota. Institute of Child Development and Welfare
Minneapolis, University of Minnesota Press [1957] .

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Other Authors Harris, Dale B.,
University of Minnesota. Institute of Child Development and Welfare.
Subjects Behavior
Developmental psychology.
Growth
Human behavior.
Human growth.
Description x, 287 pages diagrams 24 cm
Notes Papers presented at a conference held at the University of Minnesota, Dec. 8-10, 1955, to recognize the Institute of Child Welfare's productive work of three decades.
Includes bibliographical references.
Contents [1.] Issues in the study of development: Problems in formulating a scientific concept of development / by Dale B. Harris -- Determinism and development / by Ernest Nagel -- Dynamics of development: systems in process / by John E. Anderson -- [2.] Biology and growth: The concept of "development" in biology / by Viktor Hamburger -- The genetic and environmental differentiation of behavior / by J.P. Scott -- The concept of development in comparative psychology / by T.C. Schneirla -- A descriptive concept of physical development / by Howard V. Meredith -- [3.] The development of human behavior: The concept of development from a comparative and organismic point of view / by Heinz Werner -- Identification as a form of behavioral development / by Robert R. Sears -- An experimental psychology of development: pipe dream or possibility? / by Wallace A. Russell -- [4.] The concept of development in the humanities and social sciences: Organism and humanism: an empirical view / by Norman J. DeWitt -- Clio puts the question / by Herbert Heaton -- Evolution and development: a view of anthropology / by Robert F. Spencer -- [5.] Social applications of the developmental concept: Significance of growth and development to the practicing physician / by John A. Anderson -- The relation between early childhood development and psychopathology / by Hyman S. Lippman -- The concept of development which underlies the social work helping process / by John C. Kidneigh -- Developmental theory in education / by Willard C. Olson.
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(OCoLC)225955
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