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Difficult, Nervous and Delinquent Children

By Margaret Lowenfeld The training outlined in this provisional syllabus is designed for post-graduate men and women of all faculties. It owes its present shape to a demand arising...

History of the Clinic

By Margaret Lowenfeld The Clinic was opened by Dr Margaret Lowenfeld on 25th October, 1928, 1’n rooms on the ground floor in the house owned by the North Kensington WomenR...

Freedom and Discipline: Part 2

By Margaret Lowenfeld A very grave obstacle meets us at the outset in any attempt to define discipline in education. This is the intimate connection, particularly evident in Englan...

Freedom and Discipline Part I

By Margaret Lowenfeld Education is in these days very much concerned with the concepts of freedom and discipline and the controversies concerning them. These notes arise not out of...

Parents and Children

By Margaret Lowenfeld Quite a number of people are now beginning to realize that the question of emotional development lies somewhere near the real reason of the failure in educati...

Irrational Fears

By Margaret Lowenfeld Everyone feels afraid sometimes, for fear is a valuable part of human life; fear of accidents leads to caution in traffic- fear of fire to care with gas taps....

Destructiveness in Children

By Margaret Lowenfeld Destructiveness in children is one of the forms of wanting to know about things. This sounds odd, but it is true. Children do not differentiate as we do betwe...

Children in English Culture

By Margaret Lowenfeld To form a relevant pattern, observations concerning a culture must emanate from a fixed standpoint whose general orientation is already known and against whic...

The Age of Danger and Delight

By Margaret Lowenfeld The second stage in development, that which comes between infancy and school years, is the period in life when sensations are at their keenest and emotions at...

Task for Two

By Margaret Lowenfeld In studying the adult the facts that come to light are the results of events and processes started in early life. In work with children we are in direct conta...
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