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Moral Reconation Therapy(tr) and 1965 take on The Family…

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Re:  Moral Reconation therapy (apparently helping people coming out of prison), please google and note that the lowest level (loyalty/Gang-like) might be helpful in court education too.

Out of time, Happy new Year.  Note a few new links added 2010

My, We’ve come a long way, Baby . . . . .

1965 (co. 2009)

(reviewing, presumably, 1925-1965)

By Frank, George H.
Psychological Bulletin. Vol 64(3), Sep 1965, 191-205.
Abstract
Psychologists generally make the assumption that the experiences to which the individual is exposed over a period of time lead to the development of learned patterns of behavior. From this, psychologists have reasoned that the experiences the individual has in his early life at home, with his family, in general, and his mother, in particular, are major determinants in the learning of the constellation of behaviors subsumed under the rubric, personality, and in particular, the development of psychopathology. A review of the research of the past 40 yr. failed to support this assumption. No factors were found in the parent-child interaction of schizophrenics, neurotics, or those with behavior disorders which could be identified as unique to them or which could distinguish one group from the other, or any of the groups from the families of the controls. (PsycINFO Database Record (c) 2009 APA, all rights reserved)

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January 5, 2010 at 7:32 pm

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