A Manual of Operations: Case Study Unit, Bureau of Attendance, New York City, 1959
One of the outstanding contributions of the Bureau of Attendance is its ability to act as a prime discovery agent of the maladjusted child. Under the law, the Bureau of Attendance must concern itself with the absentee pupil. The Bureau of Attendance endeavors to uncover the causes underlying the symptomatic behavior presented by non-attendance. It then moves in the direction of applying appropriate measures to ameliorate environmental and/or personality problems in order to bring about a desired adjustment within the child.
Personality psychology|Clinical psychology|Social work
Rabinowitz, Solomon, "A Manual of Operations: Case Study Unit, Bureau of Attendance, New York City, 1959" (1959). ETD Collection for Fordham University. AAI30557695.