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Father relations of war-born children; the effect of postwar adjustment of fathers on the behavior and personality of first children born while the fathers were at war,

Author: Lois Meek Stolz; Stanford University. Department of Psychology.
Publisher: New York, Greenwood Press, 1968 [©1954]
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Stolz, Lois Meek, 1894-1984.
Father relations of war-born children.
New York, Greenwood Press, 1968 [©1954]
(OCoLC)570868547
Online version:
Stolz, Lois Meek, 1894-1984.
Father relations of war-born children.
New York, Greenwood Press, 1968 [©1954]
(OCoLC)607766540
Document Type: Book
All Authors / Contributors: Lois Meek Stolz; Stanford University. Department of Psychology.
OCLC Number: 3736
Notes: "The investigation ... was conducted within the Department of Psychology of Stanford University."
Description: viii, 365 pages illustrations 24 cm
Contents: General description of the father relations research project --
I. The father interview-study --
Description of the father-interview study --
Stress areas for fathers returning from war --
Fathers' attitudes towards first-born children --
Father's perception of self and first-born child / Erika Chance --
II. The mother-interview study --
Description of the mother-interview study / Edith M. Dowley, William Langdon Faust --
Characteristics of war-born children as revealed by mothers / Edith M. Dowley, William Langdon Faust --
Comparison of mother and father attitudes toward war-separated children / Alberta Engvall --
III. Observation of children in group situations --
Behavior of war-separated children in group situations / Nancy Guy Stevenson, Leonard Ullman, Lois Meek Stolz --
IV. Children in projective-play situations --
Children as revealed in projective-play situations / Margaret Siler Faust --
Aggression with balloons, blocking, and doll play / Joyce Marian Ryder --
Father-child relations as revealed by dramatic play completions / Laverne C. Johnson, D. Bob Gowin, Lois Meek Stolz --
V. Summary and interpretations of study --
Ned Ford and his family --
General summary and interpretation.
Responsibility: by Lois Meek Stolz and [others].

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