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Bernstein, I. (1960). Personality in Young Children. Volume I. Methods for the Study of Personality in Young Children. 424 Pp. Volume II. Colin—A Normal Child. 267 Pp. By Lois Barclay Murphy, et al. New York: Basic Books, Inc., 1956.. Psychoanal Q., 29:271-272.

(1960). Psychoanalytic Quarterly, 29:271-272

Personality in Young Children. Volume I. Methods for the Study of Personality in Young Children. 424 Pp. Volume II. Colin—A Normal Child. 267 Pp. By Lois Barclay Murphy, et al. New York: Basic Books, Inc., 1956.

Review by:
Isidor Bernstein

In these two volumes, Mrs. Murphy and her associates at Sarah Lawrence Nursery School describe, with sample observations and a longer 'case study', the methods they used to evaluate the personalities of preschool children.

The first volume consists of a description of the methods employed, which include observing the child alone or in a group and in both relatively free and experimentally controlled situations.

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