A history of developmental psychology in autobiography
Westview Press, Aug 8, 1996 - Biography & Autobiography - 209 pages
"The ten original essays presented here chart the personal and professional life experiences of individuals such as Paul Mussen, Louise Bates Ames, Lois Hoffman, and James Birren. Appropriate for histo"
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Preace vu 1 Louise Bates Ames
James Emmett Birren
Marie Skodak Crissey
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