Sibling relations and personality

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Date
1956
Summary
Presents a number of family situations to show that behavior of a child depends on his age and how the development of an individual's personality is affected by many family factors. Portrays examples of children as their behavior is influenced by such factors as the age of the child, illness of a parent, proximity of ages between children, native differences, and attitude of grandparents.
Contributor
Crawley Films
Publisher
McGraw-Hill Text-Films
Genre
Educational
Subjects
Child development; Personality; Siblings; Developmental psychology; Child psychology
Collection
IUL Moving Image Archive
Unit
IUL Moving Image Archive
Rights Statement
No Copyright - United States

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