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RG-27.42, Kato Van Leeuwen, Separation-Adaptation Phenomena in Response to Nursery School Entry, Progress Report, February 1970 | NCP-LA

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RG-27.42, Kato Van Leeuwen, Separation-Adaptation Phenomena in Response to Nursery School Entry, Progress Report, February 1970
Date:
February 1970
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NCP-LA
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Amount, direction, and intensity of exploratory activity
Attachment-Exploratory Rating Scale (AERS)
Attachment-Exploratory Rating Sheet
Behaviors manifesting separation anxiety in nursery-age children
Cathexis of nursery school environment
Child's mood, assessment of separation-adaptation response
Childhood separation experiences
Child temperament and adaptation response to nursery school entry
Criteria if a nursery school is a positive experience, Leeuwen, 1970
Cultural emphasis on early childhood independence
Documents from the NCP-LA Archive
Doll play
emotional or physical unavailability of the mothers at home
Ethological studies of attachment behavior
Experimental methods
Exploratory Behavior
Factors contributing to the ease of separation between mother and child
Frequency, manner, amount of attachment behavior
Hesitancy, attachment behavior
Independence
Interaction with peers
Jean Roshal, Ph.D., Private practice psychologist
Journal of the American Academy of Child Psychiatry
June M. Tuma, Ph.D., Research Psychologist
Kato Van Leeuwen, American psychiatrist
Kato Van Leeuwen, Comprehensive progress report, separation-adaptation phenomena, February 1970
Kato van Leeuwen, M.D.
Kato Van Leeuwen, papers, 1970s
Kato Van Leeuwen, research works
Leila Beckwith, Ph.D., Medical Psychologist
Marschak Interaction Schedule (MIS)
Mother's presence at school facilitated adjustment period
Mother's reaction to separation
Mother-child relationship
Negative effects of enforced separations on mother-child relationship
Number of requests for help, approval, sharing
Nursery school
Object loss and distress reaction
Pathological responses to separation in children
Perceptual factors
Period of study, January 1, 1969 to December 31, 1969, Kato Van Leeuwen
Phase Four - 90 days after nursery school entry, careful observations of attachment behavior
Phase One, Step One - Observations
Phase One, Step Three - Doll Play
Phase One, Step Two - MIS
Phase One - Pre-entry
Phase Three - 15 Days after nursery school entry, careful observations of attachment behavior
Phase Two - Day of Entry, careful observation of attachment behavior of both child and mother
Pilot study
Pilot study at small urban nursery school
Pleasure in activities
Procedures which minimize separation trauma
Quantitative method measuring changes in scoring of attachment and exploratory behavior
Radius of exploratory behavior
Rate of separation tolerability depending on child's age
S.Q. (Vineland Social Maturity Scale)
Separation-adaptation responses
Separation-adaption phenomena in response to nursery school entry, February 1970
Separation anxiety
Separation phenomena at the outset of nursery school
social expressions
Social intelligence quotient
Somatic expressions
Spontaneity, exploratory behavior
The Separation-Adaptation Response to Temporary Object Loss
Transitional objects
Various type of reaction to separation of child from mother upon nursery school entry, 1969
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