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CHILDHOOD ECOLOGY—Factors Influencing Maturation

By H. E. Thelander


An attempt has been made to pick out of the whole study of childhood ecology three of the fairly well known areas involved in maturation, namely physical growth, intellectual development, and emotional reactions and to indicate not only the uniformity of patterns in each of these throughout life but the effect of certain adverse factors in deterring normal maturation. The areas are interdependent and failure of the child to master any level of his development adequately influences adversely the total development of his personality

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