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In special studies this semester I have simply began the study of adult problems arising from childhood. To do this I read several books and an occasional periodical. The following paper tends to be an overview tying together three of these books. I only made a few references to the other three mentioned in the bibliography. The content for this paper in mainly a listing of the many aspects of personality development. The first section deals generally with the developmental tasks from infancy to adulthood. The second continues with the behavior problems of children who have failed to succeed in such tasks. I then, in the third section, delve into adult problems stemming from childhood. In this way I hope to show the progression of behavioral problems expressed in some adults.
Shaddox, Kathryn, "A Study of the Origins of Behavior Problems" (1969). Honors Theses. 448.