Changing Children's Behavior
By Changing the People, Places, and Activities in Their LivesBook - 2005
Mr. Munger makes the case that the environments in which a child lives, plays and studies are more important then personality in shaping that child's behavior. He identifies the ten behavior settings in which children and adolescents spend most of their time.
Publisher: Boys Town, NE : Boys Town Press, c2005.
Characteristics: xvi, 296 p. :,ill.