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Gesell’s Maturational Theory

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Gesell's maturation theory

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Maturational Theory: Arnold Gesell

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Gesell Maturation Theory

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Arnold Gesell Development of Child's Hand

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गैसेल का परिपक्वता का सिद्धान्त (Maturational Theory Of Gesell) By Dr. Lucky Ahuja | Psychology |

The Maturational Theory of child development was introduced in 1925 by Dr. Arnold Gesell, an American educator, pediatrician and clinical psychologist whose studies focused on "the course, the pattern and the rate of maturational growth in normal and exceptional children"(Gesell 1928). Gesell carried out many observational studies during more than 50 years working at the Yale Clinic of Child Development, where he is credited as a founder. Gesell and his colleagues documented a set of behavioral norms that illustrate sequential & predictable patterns of growth and development. Gesell asserted that all children go through the same stages of development in the same sequence, although each child may move through these stages at their own rate Gesell's Maturational Theory has influenced child-rearing and primary education methods since it was introduced.
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