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Educational & Child Psychology Vol 13 No 4 1996: Constructive Approaches

Educational & Child Psychology Vol 13 No 4 1996: Constructive Approaches

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A collection of papers that make significant and original contributions to the field of educational and child psychology. The theme is of this issue is Constructive Approaches.


 

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Editorial
Rob Stoker and Chris Walker

Establishing children's views
Georgina Glenny

What would happen if? Personal construct psychology and psychological intervention
Tom Ravenette

When words fail: A personal construct approach to children's construing
Peggy Dalton

Changing places
Bill Kitson

What makes for successful fostering? Using repertory grids to answer this question
Ruth Nissim

The use of personal construct psychology as an aid to reflection and professional development
Chris Walker

Constructivist connections in a public psychotherapy service for children and adolescents in Parma, Italy
Rosaria Annunziato

Constructivism - paradigm, theory, or bundle of techniques?
Rob Stoker

 

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