Interrelations in the Behavior of Young Children
by Ruth E. Arrington - 1933
The primary objective of this study was to develop a reliable method for recording simultaneously, in comparable quantitative form, various kinds of data concerning the behavior of the same individual—a method which might subsequently be used in studying large numbers of individuals, thus facilitating the establishment of norms.
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