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ERIC Number: ED080149
Record Type: RIE
Publication Date: 1973-Apr-1
Pages: 11
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Predictions from Three Data Sources - Naturalistic Home Observation, Ratings, Experimental Situation - in the Area of Child Compliance.
Lytton, Hugh
A report is presented of the findings of an investigation into the development of compliance, dependence and independence of two-year-old boys in the context of parent-child interaction, as well as in relation to genetic factors. The three techniques used in assessing children's and parents' characteristics and for studying the parent-child interaction were naturalistic home observation, ratings, and an experimental playroom situation. Data were analyzed by computer to yield counts of certain types of behavior. Results are inconclusive. (CK)
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Sponsor: Canada Council, Ottawa (Ontario).
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Note: Paper presented at the biennial meeting of the Society for Research in Child Development (Philadelphia, Pennsylvania, April 1, 1973)