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(1973). Journal of Youth and Adolescence. I, 1972: Cheating in High School: A Comparison of Behavior of Students in the College Prep and General Curriculum. Fred Schab. Pp. 251-256.. Psychoanal Q., 42:483.
Psychoanalytic Electronic Publishing: Journal of Youth and Adolescence. I, 1972: Cheating in High School: A Comparison of Behavior of Students in the College Prep and General Curriculum. Fred Schab. Pp. 251-256.

(1973). Psychoanalytic Quarterly, 42:483

Journal of Youth and Adolescence. I, 1972: Cheating in High School: A Comparison of Behavior of Students in the College Prep and General Curriculum. Fred Schab. Pp. 251-256.

A survey of students from twenty-two high schools shows cheating to be sufficiently prevalent to constitute an academic way of life. Boys are more culpable than girls and cheating in the area of mathematics is the most common. Schab expresses his fear that permissiveness (educators' lack of curbing such activities) might also influence and be reflected in the multiple problems facing society today; that is, poor behavioral patterns in school would continue in other areas and run counter to the requirements of a democracy. Although sharing the author's concern, one might also conjecture as to whether the continued need for external controls in high school classrooms reflects early overindulgent child rearing practices, or is consonant with the maturational struggle to consolidate and restructure an adult superego during adolescence.

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(1973). Journal of Youth and Adolescence. I, 1972. Psychoanal. Q., 42:483

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