Child study

1.A scientific study of children, undertaken for the purpose of discovering the laws of development of the body and the mind from birth to manhood.
Webster's Revised Unabridged Dictionary, published 1913 by G. & C. Merriam Co.
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Jonah Rice signed a proclamation recently declaring the official "Week of the Young Child" April 8-12 with some friends from the Mary Jo Oldham Center for Child Study.
Winthrop Niles Kellogg is the scientist behind the famous ape and child study. He adopted a seven and half months old chimpanzee (Gua) while his own son (Donald) was ten months old at the time.
The expression "study on children" coined in 1912 was soon replaced by "child study," which emerged in Introduction to Fairy Tales and General Introduction to Study on Children in 1913.
He also served as an associate clinical professor at Yale Child Study Centre, Yale University School of Medicine and associate residency training programme director for Yale Child Study Centre and Solnit Centre Child and Adolescent Psychiatry Fellowship.
Robert King, a professor of child psychiatry at the Yale University Medical School and medical director of the TS/OCD Clinic at the Yale University Child Study Center, will be at the Cell and DNA Repository at Rutgers University all day on Thursday and Friday, January 23 and 24, as well as Friday, February 7, to interview individuals and families interested in participating in the National Institute of Mental Health NJCTS Genetics Sharing Program.
Washington, May 21 ( ANI ): A new study conducted by researchers at the Child Study Center at NYU Langone Medical Center found that men diagnosed as children with attention-deficit/hyperactivity disorder (ADHD) were twice as likely to be obese in a 33-year follow-up study compared to men who were not diagnosed with the condition.
Parents spend around pounds 10,382 a year, pounds 865 a month and pounds 28.44 a day on their child's upbringing, insurer and retirement specialist LV= said in its Cost of a Child study, as it warned that families were unlikely to see the pressure ease in the near future.
MUMS and dads will spend an average of pounds 178 on presents and stocking fillers for each of their children this year, which means a whopping total of pounds 2.47 billion will be spent on gifts, says the Cost of a Child study from insurance specialist LV=.
Researchers at the Institute of Child Study in Toronto, Canada, challenged youngsters in the study who had cheated in a written test.
The Goddard School has been selected to participate in a pilot assessment program in partnership with the Yale University Child Study Center, Educational Records Bureau and Children's Progress.
The Child Study Center at New York University has relaunched its Web site, About
"Child Study Journal," 30 (3), 143-151; (2) O'Connor, R.
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