CONTENTS:- 1. Educational Psychology and the Child; 2. Child Study; 3. The Psychology of Child Management; 4. The Nature of Bodily Development; 5. Sociological Nature of a Child; 6. Needs and Development of Childern; 7. Individuals Differences and Child Development; 8. Meaning of Adolescence.
Child Psychology usually discusses the physical, emitional and intellectual development of a child in social setting. This book discusses the dimensions of Child development with help of the findings of Thorndike, McDougal and Piagets and other Child Psychologists in the modern context. It is hoped the book will prove to be of immence use to psychologists, teachers, planners and social welfare workers.