A Study of Deviates in Versatility and Sociability of Play Interest
by Paul A. Witty - 1932
The specific problem of this study may be stated as: What are the characteristic features of the nature and behavior of four types of deviates in play: (1) those who play an inordinate amount (versatile); (2) those who play very little (non-versatile); (3) those who engage in a conspicuously large number of social activities (social); (4) those who engage in few activities with other children (non-social)?
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