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Author Paris, Joel, 1940-

Title Myths of childhood / Joel Paris
Published Philadelphia ; Hove : Brunner/Mazel, [2000]


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Description xvii, 227 pages ; 23 cm
Contents Childhood and Adulthood: The Evidence -- Establishing Cause and Effect -- The Primacy of Early Experience -- Adversity and Outcome -- Resilience: Surviving a Bad Childhood -- Childhood and Adulthood: Myths -- Childhood, History, and Society -- Childhood and Psychoanalysis -- The Myth of Recovered Memory -- Childhood, Attachment, and Behavior -- Childhood and Mental Disorders -- Genes, Behavior, and Symptoms -- Personality and Psychopathology -- Childhood and Treatment -- Childhood in Psychotherapy -- Temperament and Psychotherapy -- Implications -- Parenting -- What We Do and Don't Know About Childhood
Summary "Myths of Childhood calls into question the degree to which early childhood affects psychological development. The principle of the primacy of childhood - the basic assumption that childhood experiences compose the crucial factor in psychological development - has been widely accepted for centuries. The author employs empirically based research to critically examine the primacy of childhood and the related assumption that early childhood experiences are more significant in psychological development than the experiences that occur in the later years of childhood."--BOOK JACKET
Bibliography Includes bibliographical references (pages 201-219) and index
Subject Developmental psychology.
Nature and nurture.
Psychology, Pathological -- Etiology.
Personality Development.
Child Development.
Personality Disorders -- etiology.
LC no. 00021546
ISBN 087630966X (alk. paper)