BEHAVIOR RESEARCH IN COLLECTIVE SETTLEMENTS IN ISRAEL*

INFANTS AND CHILDREN UNDER CONDITIONS OF “INTERMITTENT” MOTHERING IN THE KIBBUTZ

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    The papers included under this heading were presented at the 1957 Annual Meeting.

  • The present report represents a segment of a larger and more extensive investigation concerning the effects of early childhood experience on later personality development. The data herein reported, as well as the material in projected subsequent reports, were obtained during the author's residence in Israel over nearly the entire calendar year of 1955.

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