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Blos, P. (1952). Psychology in the Service of the School: By M. F. Cleugh. New York: Philosophical Library, Inc., 1951. 183 pp.. Psychoanal Q., 21:561-562.

(1952). Psychoanalytic Quarterly, 21:561-562

Psychology in the Service of the School: By M. F. Cleugh. New York: Philosophical Library, Inc., 1951. 183 pp.

Review by:
Peter Blos

The purpose of this book is to help parents, teachers, and welfare workers to understand the function of Child Guidance Centers in England. Since referrals to the Centers are made by the teacher, it is he who has to acquire a new knowledge of a psychological service which has started to supplement the work of the schools. Dr. Cleugh emphatically makes a case for the educator's continued responsibility for the difficult child, a responsibility which by no means became suspended through the advent of the clinical expert.

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