Toys, Play, and Child Development

Toys, Play, and Child Development

Toys, Play, and Child Development

Robin Goldstein

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Editorial:
Cambridge University Press
Año de edición:
1994
ISBN:
9780521455640
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’Toys, Play, and Child Development’ explores parental attitudes towards. . .reactions to war toys are described, as are the children’s views themselves. Toys and play are shown to contribute to the development of language, imagination, and intellectual achievement and to be effective in child psychotherapy.

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