School Phobia: A Case Record Study of Sixteen Children by Contrasting Characteristics With Sixteen Children Diagnosed as Adjustment Reaction of Childhood-Conduct Type
This dissertation deals with a perplexing problem, one that is an individual problem with social implications. The child in this study is one who refuses to attend school. Since education is an integral part of our society and the child's preparation for adult life, heappears to be self-destructive and his future in doubt when he fails to attend school. Legal and social sanctions have been imposed to deal with the problem of non-attendance at school early in the last century when education was made compulsory. Most major educational districts have school attendanee officers whose duty it is to enforce school attendance.
Developmental psychology|Educational evaluation|Educational psychology|Clinical psychology
Dodson, James Herbert, "School Phobia: A Case Record Study of Sixteen Children by Contrasting Characteristics With Sixteen Children Diagnosed as Adjustment Reaction of Childhood-Conduct Type" (1966). ETD Collection for Fordham University. AAI29281763.