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Me, Myself and I: How Children Build Their Sense of Self 18-36 Months (Goddard Parenting Guides)

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A child's personality and self-image are largely shaped by the time he/she is three. Nationally-known author Kyle D. Pruett, M.D. describes the high-speed, fascinating process that transforms an 18-month-old infant with only a budding awareness of self into an independent three-year-old with a clear idea of the person he/she is and wants to be.
Paperback, 256 pages
Published May 25th 1999 by Goddard Press, Inc.
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Oct 07, 2011 rated it really liked it  ·  review of another edition
Recommends it for: Parents of 18-36 month old kids
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The Goddard Parenting Guides are meant for parents but they're a distillation of current academic research and written by psych professors who specialize in child psychology.

The thesis of these books is essentially that parenting in the 0-3 years age range should be based on developing a close connected and active relationship with the child, which is critical to the
development of the brain pathways that the child will have for the rest of their life during this period of superactive brain pathw
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Dr. Pruett has been a distinguished educator at the graduate, undergraduate and distance-learning level for three decades and has served the Child Study Center as Director of Medical and Undergraduate Studies and member of School of Medicine’s Curriculum Committee. He is an international expert and forensic consultant on child, parental and family development, paternal involvement, children’s ment ...more
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