Teaching children to think rationally

Lamarine, Roland J.
June 1990
Journal of Instructional Psychology;Jun90, Vol. 17 Issue 2, p75
Academic Journal
Presents techniques for teaching children in United States to think rationally. Methodology for assisting children to examine their irrational belief systems found in Rational-Emotive Education (REE); List of children's irrational beliefs; Irrational parenting/teaching styles.


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