A Comparison of Changes in Several Psychological Measures for Lower Socio-Economic Children, Living in a Children's Home and Living in Their Own Homes

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The problem of the present study is to investigate the consequences of an institutional program planned to develop positive interpersonal relations on the educational achievement, mental, health, and attitudes and outlook of a group of dependent and neglected children. The experimental group was composed of children in a home for dependent and neglected children in a large southwestern city. These children were compared to a control group whose parents were in the same socio-economic class, and who attended Sunday School for lower income families in a large Southern Baptist church in the same locality.

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Patterson, Nelton Duward August 1967.

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The problem of the present study is to investigate the consequences of an institutional program planned to develop positive interpersonal relations on the educational achievement, mental, health, and attitudes and outlook of a group of dependent and neglected children. The experimental group was composed of children in a home for dependent and neglected children in a large southwestern city. These children were compared to a control group whose parents were in the same socio-economic class, and who attended Sunday School for lower income families in a large Southern Baptist church in the same locality.

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Patterson, Nelton Duward. A Comparison of Changes in Several Psychological Measures for Lower Socio-Economic Children, Living in a Children's Home and Living in Their Own Homes, dissertation, August 1967; Denton, Texas. (digital.library.unt.edu/ark:/67531/metadc164273/: accessed April 26, 2018), University of North Texas Libraries, Digital Library, digital.library.unt.edu; .