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Play diagnosis and assessment

Auteur: Charles E Schaefer; Karen Gitlin-Weiner; Alice Sandgrund
Uitgever: New York : Wiley, ©1991.
Serie: Wiley series on personality processes.
Editie/Formaat:   Boek : EngelsAlle edities en materiaalsoorten bekijken.
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Plato once observed that you can learn more about a person in an hour of play than in a year of conversation. Nowhere is the truth of this aphorism more in evidence than in the case of children. It is through play- the chief occupation of the child- that children begin to make sense of the world around them. Through play they develop motor and cognitive skills, work out difficult emotional puzzles, and begin the  Meer lezen...
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Play diagnosis and assessment.
New York : Wiley, c1991
(OCoLC)645685601
Genre: Internetbron
Soort document: Boek, Internetbron
Alle auteurs / medewerkers: Charles E Schaefer; Karen Gitlin-Weiner; Alice Sandgrund
ISBN: 0471621668 9780471621669
OCLC-nummer: 21762113
Beschrijving: xvii, 718 p. : ill. ; 27 cm.
Inhoud: Pt.1, Developmental play scales: --
Infant play as a window on competence and motivation --
Play assessment of infant temperament --
Play assessment of mastery motivation in infants and young children --
Cognitive assessment of preschool play using the symbolic play test --
Assessment of infant's attention during play with objects --
A scale for assessing children's pretend play. Pt. 2, Diagnostic play scales: --
Kiddie formal thought disorder rating scale and story game --
Play as a diagnostic tool with physically abusive parents and their children --
Assessing attentional problems in preschoolers with Goodman Lock Box --
Play assessment of preschool hyperactivity --
Play assessment of noncompliant children with response-class matrix --
Using anatomically detailed dolls in interviewing preschoolers --
Play diagnosis of autism: the ETHOS play session --
Play and drawing techniques as tools for interviewing traumatized children. Pt. 3, Parent-child interaction scales: --
Assessment of parent-child interactions --
Assessing social interactions of mothers and infants through play --
Parent-child interaction play assessment --
Assessing parent-child interactions with the Marschak Interaction Method (MIM) --
Observing dyadic play between family members --
Assessment of the family in the playroom. Pt. 4, Peer interaction scales: --
Play assessment of peer interaction in children --
Observing for individual differences in the social interaction styles of preschool children. Pt. 5, Projective play assessment: --
Assessing family interaction by the collaborative drawing technique --
The family puppet technique: for assessing parent-child and family interaction patterns --
The use of a puppet interview to understand children. Pt. 6, Play therapy scales: --
Diagnostic assessment of children's play therapy behavior --
Coding therapist and child interaction: progress and outcome in play therapy.
Serietitel: Wiley series on personality processes.
Verantwoordelijkheid: edited by Charles E. Schaefer, Karen Gitlin, Alice Sandgrund.
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Plato once observed that you can learn more about a person in an hour of play than in a year of conversation. Nowhere is the truth of this aphorism more in evidence than in the case of children. It is through play- the chief occupation of the child- that children begin to make sense of the world around them. Through play they develop motor and cognitive skills, work out difficult emotional puzzles, and begin the arduous process of socialization. Offering an impressive array of papers by nearly fifty authorities in the field, this book is divided into six parts, covering the full range of practical and theoretical concerns. Following a logical progression, it begins with a section covering developmental play scales for normal children, including infants and preschoolers, as well as older children. The second and largest section is devoted to diagnostic play scales. Included here are scales for the evaluation of children with a variety of cognitive, behavioral and/or emotional disorders.-- Book Jacket

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