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Behavior Difficulties of Children as Perceived and Judged by Parents, Teachers, and Children Themselves

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William Griffiths

Behavior Difficulties of Children as Perceived and Judged by Parents, Teachers, and Children Themselves

Behavior Difficulties of Children as Perceived and Judged by Parents, Teachers, and Children Themselves was first published in 1952. Volume 25 in the University of Minnesota Child Welfare Monograph Series.

This study is one more valuable contribution to the relatively limited (but steadily growing) body of literature regarding the perceptions of discrete but related groups of individuals with identical behavior patterns. The behaviors which are examined in this instance are the behavior difficulties common to children between the ages of six and fourteen years.

The Elementary School Journal, 1953

Behavior Difficulties of Children as Perceived and Judged by Parents, Teachers, and Children Themselves

William Griffiths was an associate professor in the School of Public Heath at the University of California, Berkeley.

Behavior Difficulties of Children as Perceived and Judged by Parents, Teachers, and Children Themselves

Behavior Difficulties of Children as Perceived and Judged by Parents, Teachers, and Children Themselves was first published in 1952. Volume 25 in the University of Minnesota Child Welfare Monograph Series.

This study is one more valuable contribution to the relatively limited (but steadily growing) body of literature regarding the perceptions of discrete but related groups of individuals with identical behavior patterns. The behaviors which are examined in this instance are the behavior difficulties common to children between the ages of six and fourteen years.

The Elementary School Journal, 1953