Doll play of Pilagá Indian children: An Experimental and Field Analysis of the Behavior of Pilagá Indian Children

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Author: Henry, Jules (1904- ) and Zunia Henry

Year: 1944

Publisher: American Orthopsychiatric Association

Place: New York

Description:

xiii+133 pages with tables and bibliography. Royal octavo (10" x 7") issued in green cloth with black lettering to spine and cover. Foreword by David M Levy. American Orthopsychiatric Association Research Monograph number 4. 1st edition.

This monograph is a report of the results of doll experiments conducted by the Henry's among Pilagá Indian children. It is purposely limited to an analysis of the responses of Pilagá children to an experimental situation. The aim here is to provide psychologists, psychiatrists and anthropologists with a reference for a comparative study of certain types of problems, and to present a demonstration of a technique in anthropological field method.

Condition:

Book plate on front end paper, stamp on back paste down, spine and edges sunned, corners bumped, spine ends and corners rubbed and frayed, glue stain to front pastedowns. A better than good copy issued without jacket.


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