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The Everything Child Psychology and Development Book: A comprehensive resource on how children think, learn, and play - from the final months leading up to birth to their adolescent years Paperback – Jul 16 2012

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James Windell, MA, is a clinical psychologist, family counselor, and parent trainer, and he has worked with children and families for more than forty years. He is a court clinical psychologist with the Oakland County Circuit Court's Psychological Clinic, where he conducts group therapy with adolescents and their families. Articles about his work with parents have appeared in The New York Times, the Chicago Sun-Times, The Detroit News, Working Mother magazine, Child magazine, Parent magazine, and Parents Digest. He lives in Royal Oaks, MI.

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The book is mostly good, and full of helpful information Nov. 23 2014
By James - Published on
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The book is mostly good, and full of helpful information, but I did not like how there was a statement on a particular subject that was not backed with facts, but was a personal bias. I thought of the hasty generalization as showing a little hubris, but other than that, I have no other objections I can think of at this time. I found it easy to read, and mostly factual, besides the biased statement, which I choose not to discuss. It is a good book for reference for the college psychology student and I have it in my library. The book came in the condition described, and was a timely delivery.
Questions answered! Aug. 25 2015
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Several questions answered excellent book