Assessing the Social Interactive Behavior of Very Young Children


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This paper includes descriptions of two neo-Piagetian frameworks useful for assessing the early social interactive behavior of young children birth to approximately 30 months of age. Both procedures have been developed by Dunst and his colleagues for depicting early developmental change with explicit emphasis on the description of behaviors that reflect the capacity of infants and toddlers to interact and control different aspects of their environments.  27 Pages

Author: Carl J. Dunst
Published: 1990

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