Date of Award:
Master of Science (MS)
Family, Consumer, and Human Development
Department name when degree awarded
Christine B. Clayton
Elsa B. Bate
In the last decade there has been manifest widespread interest in the development of children. Clinics, social agencies, and schools have made substantial contributions to our knowledge concerning children, their care, training, and growth. This is especially true of the pre-school child. Many studies have been made concerning his learning behavior, factors affecting his eating habits, his emotions, metor skills, intellectual development, and social behavior.
Carlisle, Verna S., "Preferences of a Group of Nursery School Children at the Utah State Agricultural College for Colored or Uncolored Picture Books" (1936). All Graduate Theses and Dissertations. 1784.
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