Search Results for Tomlinson Keasey

 
PERSONALITY AND DEVELOPMENT Introduction This

.... Another dimension that further complicates the debate is the issue of time's influence on behavior (Funder, Parke, Tomlinson-Keasey, & Windaman, 1993, pp. ....

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Developmental Theories of Piaget and Erikson

.... According to Tomlinson-Keasey (1991), it is not the case with Piagetian theory that every person will pass through each stage. .... Tomlinson-Keasey, C. (1991). ....

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Prevention of Child Abuse The purpose of this research is to

.... For example, in her discussion of the psychodynamic model, Tomlinson-Keasey (1985) states that the model: . . . .... 68-76. Tomlinson-Keasey, C. (1985). ....

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Prevention of Child Abuse The purpose of this research is to

.... For example, in her discussion of the psychodynamic model, Tomlinson-Keasey (1985) states that the model: . . .... Tomlinson-Keasey, C. (1985). ....

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Adults Who Have Been Abused as Children

.... This point has been succinctly stated by Tomlinson Keasey (1985) who note that: Infants, toddlers, school-age children, and adolescents who are abused are not ....

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Impact of Divorce on Children's Academics

.... According to Tomlinson-Keasey (1985), these effects, while diverse in form, are generally indicative of emotional distress. .... Tomlinson-Keasey, C. (1985). ....

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Perceptions of Montessori Schooling

.... According to Tomlinson-Keasey (1985), these include working with blocks of various sizes and shapes, graduated series of colors or musical tones, ranked ....

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Impact of Teachers on Students

Introduction The impact of teachers on students has been described by Tomlinson- Keasey (1985) as follows: Teachers have direct daily contact with students and ....

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Areas of Child Abuse In the last decade alone, over 2,50

.... reasons of fear or shame, and incidences where physical abuse is not sufficiently severe to require medical attention or hospitalization (Tomlinson-Keasey, 1985 ....

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Childhood Sexual Abuse and Incest

.... abuse. Tomlinson-Keasey (1985) provide a somewhat better description of incest and childhood sexual abuse in America. She states ....

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High School Dropouts

.... Finally, lowered academic achievement has been associated with school dropout (Tomlinson-Keasey, 1985) and this lowered achievement has, in turn, been tied to ....

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Mothers of Mentally Ill Patients

.... children is included because mothers' interaction with offspring can differ depending upon the number of children they had to raise (Tomlinson-Keasey, 1985). ....

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Long Term Effects of Divorce on Marital Offspring

.... Tucker, Friedman, Tomlinson-Keasey and Schwartz (1995) investigated for the effects of divorce on adults' (N=972) smoking and alcohol consumption patterns ....

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Hispanic and Anglo Students

.... on divorce which indicates that most divorces end up severely curtailing the income of the custodial parent, typically the mother (Tomlinson-Keasey, 1985). ....

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Personality Traits in 3 Samples of Mothers THE RESEARCH PROBLEM ...

.... children is included because mothers' interaction with offspring can differ depending upon the number of children they had to raise (Tomlinson-Keasey, 1985). ....

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Adolescent Pregnancy

.... In addition, teens living in urban centers are at greater risk for pregnancy, than teens living in rural areas (Tomlinson-Keasey, 1985). ....

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Effects of Divorce on Children

.... Tomlinson-Keasey (1985) reports that behavioral manifestations associated with the emotional distress of divorce can also vary with age. ....

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Effect of Parental Divorce on Children

.... Tomlinson-Keasey (1985) reports that behavioral manifestations associated with the emotional distress of divorce can also vary with age. ....

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Sexual Abusive Crimes

.... For example, Tomlinson-Keasey (1985) has reported that about 10 percent of all cases of abuse (around 1 million cases per year) are incidents of sexual abuse ....

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THE TEN YEAR OLD'S CONSTRUCTION OF SELF-IMAGE I

.... In her discussion of contemporary cognitive developmental theory as applied to the building of the self-image, Tomlinson-Keasey (1994) states that current ....

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Nutrition Related Activities & Children's Vocabulary

.... However, improper nutrition can lead to dysfunction in brain cell growth as well as chemical imbalances in the brain (Tomlinson-Keasey, 1985). ....

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Self-Concept

.... will, inevitably, be part of their self-concept in that children judge themselves as "good" or "bad" depending on how they are treated (Tomlinson-Keasey, 1985 ....

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Influence of Parental Rearing on Children's Play

.... Child Development Theory According to Tomlinson-Keasey (1994), child development theory is really an umbrella term for a variety of theoretical and conceptual ....

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