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Child Development: A Study in Infant Development

Author:   Frank, Alma
ISBN:   ATBOOKS046
Publisher:   AmSat Books
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A study published in the March 1938 issue of Child Development.
The interest which led to this study arose from observing, over a period of years, a gradual diminishing of well-coordinated movement in young children. The children were attending nursery groups in progressive schools. At the age of two, when they entered school, they apparently possessed a degree of physical coordination which by the end of the third year had notably diminished, by the end of the fourth year this coordination had given way to definite well-established postural habits - rigidly fixed positions of certain parts of the body. These habits inspire the question: Is their presence related, as it seems to be, to the disappearance of the smooth and harmonious flow of movement which the two-year-olds possessed?
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