Comparison of Patterns of Mother-Child Interaction

Dileys, Daniel M.; Cartelli, Lora M.; Doster, Jeanette
June 1976
Journal of Learning Disabilities;Jun/Jul1976, Vol. 9 Issue 6
Academic Journal
Presents a comparison of the patterns of mother-child interaction in a play situation using normal, behaviorally deviant and learning disabled children (LD). More rewards dispensed by mothers of children with learning disabilities; Role assumed by mothers of LD children; Comparison of how the mothers of LD children and mothers of normal children describe and perceive their children.


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