ERIC Number: ED056752
Record Type: Non-Journal
Publication Date: 1968-Oct
Five Pilot Studies: Concerned with Social-Emotional Variables Affecting Behavior of Children in Head Start.
This report includes a discussion of five separate research studies which were conducted in preschool programs in Ontario, California during the year 1967-68. The first study includes only five children from Ontario in a larger project which attempted to assess young children's recognition of skin color differences. The second study was conducted in an effort to evaluate the level of social participation among one group of preschool children. The third study focuses on children's language and evaluates the use of the past tense by preschool children. The fourth project compares the Stanford-Binet scores obtained in October, 1967 with those in May, 1968 for two groups of children. The fifth study compares the amount of social interaction of preschool children in the Fall of 1967 and in the Spring of 1968. (Author)
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Sponsor: Office of Economic Opportunity, Washington, DC.
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