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2006, ISBN 9780300108972, xiv, 381
This book is the first comprehensive history of the development of child study during the early part of the twentieth century. Most nineteenth-century... 
Sociology, Social Studies | Child development | United States | Child rearing | Child welfare | Research | Children | History
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1986, Monographs of the Society for Research in Child Development, ISBN 0226767140, Volume 50, no. 4-5., ix, 163 p. --
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01/2006, ISBN 0300108974
This chapter discusses nineteenth-century literature in the field of psychiatry, which was limited almost entirely to the study of “insanity” in adults. What... 
Europeans | history of science and technology | insanity in adults | mental illness | children | child psychiatry | Emil Kraepelin | Eli Rubenstein | Eugen Bleuer | psychiatry
Book Chapter
01/2006, ISBN 0300108974
This chapter focuses on the New Woman, who first appeared on the stage and in magazines in the mid-1890s. According to Rosalind Rosenberg, “Her distinguishing... 
history of science and technology | Rosalind Rosenberg | power relationships | independent spirit | athletic zeal | New Woman | Rheta Childe Dorr | settlement workers
Book Chapter
01/2006, ISBN 0300108974
This chapter describes how the United States saw that its destiny was tied to its children. Children in early America were valued for their economic... 
future mothers | destiny | history of science and technology | democratic mission | children | United States | future citizens | Republican Mother | boys | girls
Book Chapter
01/2006, ISBN 0300108974
This chapter underscores the idea of the child as the key to the national future—a notion that became a paramount theme of the 1920s. While other Progressive... 
social welfare reform | history of science and technology | Progressive reform campaigns | President Woodrow Wilson | Children's Decade | crusade for children | child | national future
Book Chapter
01/2006, ISBN 0300108974
This chapter discusses a new scientific psychology, modeled on the physical sciences, which emerged in Europe in the 1860s. It first flourished in Germany, and... 
physiology of perception | true position | history of science and technology | physical sciences | evolutionary biology | new scientific psychology | Wilhelm Wundt
Book Chapter
01/2006, ISBN 0300108974
This chapter discusses the study of disadvantaged and “defective” children at the State University of Iowa during the eight years preceding 1915—the year when... 
history of science and technology | defective children | remedial efforts | meddlesome intrusion | family affairs | state legislature | child welfare research organization | Carl Emil Seashore
Book Chapter
01/2006, ISBN 0300108974
During the 1920s, there were seven major child development institutes supported by philanthropy that made important contributions to the new field of child... 
Arnold Gesell | LSRM | history of science and technology | Yale Clinic of Child Development | Laura Spelman Rockefeller Memorial | philanthropy | child development institutes
Book Chapter
01/2006, ISBN 0300108974
This chapter focuses on the Committee on Child Welfare and Parent Education established by the National Research Council (NRC) Division of Anthropology and... 
history of science and technology | Columbia University | welfare activities | National Research Council | Committee on Child Development | research on children | NRC | Robert Woodworth
Book Chapter
01/2006, ISBN 0300108974
This book explores how female reformers, together with scientists and philanthropists, succeeded in launching the child sciences as we know them today. Unlike... 
history of science and technology | scientists | female reformers | philanthropists | child sciences | President Herbert Hoover | World War I
Book Chapter
01/2006, ISBN 0300108974
This chapter discusses the concepts of “scientific child rearing” and “scientific motherhood,” which were common parlance at the time among well-educated... 
history of science and technology | well-educated women | National Congress of Mothers | childcare | Swaim | scientific child rearing | Cora Bussey Hillis | scientific motherhood
Book Chapter
01/2006, ISBN 0300108974
This book concludes by highlighting the intensified interest in social and emotional behavior, as the once-popular investigations of physical growth and... 
Robert Sears | history of science and technology | physiological functioning | emotional behavior | academic establishment | child development | physical growth | Sheldon White
Book Chapter
01/2006, ISBN 0300108974
This chapter describes how the Hull House residents and Chicago clubwomen led the campaign to establish the first juvenile court in the nation in 1899. Ten... 
history of science and technology | Ethel Dummer | juvenile delinquency | William Healy | Hull House residents | David Rothman | first juvenile court | child guidance movement | The Individual Delinquent | American child psychiatry | Chicago clubwomen
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01/2006, ISBN 0300108974
This chapter focuses on the Children's Bureau under Grace Abbott's tenure as second chief. When Abbott assumed office in August 1921, the bureau and its goals... 
Progressive era | history of science and technology | Grace Abbott | social reform | Bolshevik revolution | Jane Addams | Red Scare | intense hostility | League of Nations | William Leuchtenberg | pacifists
Book Chapter
01/2006, ISBN 0300108974
This chapter shows how child guidance became a highly technical medical specialty during the 1930s. Originally conceived as “common-sense psychiatry,” the... 
medical specialty | history of science and technology | common-sense psychiatry | juvenile delinquency | psychotherapeutic centers | adult neurosis | American child psychiatry | psychosis | child guidance
Book Chapter
01/2006, ISBN 0300108974
This chapter discusses the reasons why a bill proposing a children's bureau never reached the floor of Congress. Opponents argued that a children's bureau... 
history of science and technology | federal government | Bureau of Education | child welfare | Census Bureau | family | children's bureau | Senator Weldon Heyburn | unconstitutional
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Monographs of the Society for Research in Child Development, ISSN 0037-976X, 1/1985, Volume 50, Issue 4/5, pp. 108 - 125
The Society for Research in Child Development chose a historical theme for its fiftieth anniversary meeting in 1983. This Monograph consists of 8 chapters, by... 
Child development | Child growth | Executive committees | Part 3: History of the Society for Research in Child Development | Child welfare | Psychological research | Child psychology | Grants | Conference proceedings | Subcommittees | Parent education
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