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Child Development, Family Relations [subseries]:
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The Causes and Treatment of Enuresis in the Pre-School Child 1926. An exploratory study of the relationships between the parental control and acceptance of rural children and the behavior and attitudes of the children toward their younger siblings Purnell #360 CDFR; Development of Thinking in Children, State Project #25 CDFR
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Some aspects of Cognitive Development during Infancy and the Pre-school Years. State #32 CDFR
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Sociological Studies of the Family, State #34 CDFR; Adult Influence and Child Behavior, State #35 CDFR; Explorations of Conceptions Expressed in Play, Fantasies and Dreams, State #41 CDFR; Family Factors in the Development of Entrepreneurial Ability, State #42 CDFR
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Personality Factors Associated with Role Gratification in Women, State #20 Grant; Pride and Shame in Children, State #21 (CDFR) Grant; Effects upon Creativity and Family Interaction of Participation in a Creative Expression Program; State #22 (CDFR:l Grant
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A Study-of the Practices and Values of Rural Families in Rearing Pre-school Childres Purnell #355 CDFR
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A Study of patterns of control and acceptance in the child rearing practices of 91 rural mothers, Purnell #369 CDFR
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Changing structure of the rural community with implications for rural programming, Purnell #389 CDFR; Family Structure and Personality Development, State #31 Grant CDFR; How Children Learn to Read, State #33 Grant CDFR
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Cornell Studies in Social Growth: a) Springdale Project, b) Identification of Family Structure, State #3 CDFR includes progress reports, project statements, grant foundation assistantships, correspondence, U.S. Public Health Service, and Markle Foundation