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Child Health Care. 1984 Winter;12(3):122-9.

A cognitive-affective approach to child life programming for young children.

Abstract

A comprehensive model for child life programming for young children integrating cognitive and affective theories is described. Continual assessment of the cognitive and affective states of children provides the basis for programming. Degree of structure facilitated by the child life worker through his or her physical and/or verbal interaction and type of activities selected and implemented varies with children's cognitive-affective states.

PMID:
10264990
DOI:
10.1207/s15326888chc1203_4
[Indexed for MEDLINE]

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