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ARNOLD GESELL. A CHILD IS THE PRODUCT OF THE ENVIRONMENT . . . BUT. DEVELOPMENT IS DIRECTED BY A GENETIC BLUEPRINT. ARNOLD GESELL. A CHILD IS THE PRODUCT OF THE ENVIRONMENT . . . BUT. DEVELOPMENT IS DIRECTED BY A GENETIC BLUEPRINT.

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ARNOLD GESELL

  • A CHILD IS THE PRODUCT OF THE ENVIRONMENT
  • . . . BUT
  • DEVELOPMENT IS DIRECTED BY A GENETIC BLUEPRINT
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ARNOLD GESELL

  • A CHILD IS THE PRODUCT OF THE ENVIRONMENT
  • . . . BUT
  • DEVELOPMENT IS DIRECTED BY A GENETIC BLUEPRINT

SOCIALIZING FORCES WORK BEST WHEN THEY ARE IN TUNE WITH INNER MATURATIONAL PRINCIPLES

  • MATURATIONISTPERSPECTIVE
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EXAMINATION OF PATTERNS

  • RECIPROCAL INTERWEAVING

Two tendencies gradually reach an effective organization.

Through the process of reciprocal interweaving we balance the duality of our nature.

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EXAMINATION OF PATTERNS

  • RECIPROCAL INTERWEAVING
  • FUNCTIONAL ASYMMETRY

Although individuals are able to balance the duality of their nature, they ultimately develop a preference for one tendency.

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EXAMINATION OF PATTERNS

  • RECIPROCAL INTERWEAVING
  • FUNCTIONAL ASYMMETRY
  • SELF-REGULATION
    • ability of even newborns to regulate their own development
      • e.g. demonstration of babies' ability to determine their own best schedules for eating, sleeping and being awake
      • e.g. tendency for children to "recover" by themselves after tending too far in one direction (e.g. introversion)
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IMPLICATIONS FOR EDUCATION AND FOR DEVELOPMENTAL THEORY

  • CONCEPT OF READINESS
  • SEQUENCE AND RATE
  • AGE NORMS

PROFOUND INFLUENCE ON CHILDRAISING PRACTICES