3 edition of Peter Rabbit and the child psychologist found in the catalog.
Peter Rabbit and the child psychologist
by Beatrix Potter Society
Written in English
|Statement||by Nicholas Tucker.|
|Series||Linder memorial lecture -- 6th, 1986.|
|Contributions||Beatrix Potter Society.|
|The Physical Object|
|Number of Pages||15|
apparent as the story progresses; in her essay “A Jungian Perspective on the Enduring Appeal of Peter Rabbit,” Alice Byrnes notes that, in many regards, Peter represents a child archetype who “seems more like a little boy than a bunny” (). Indeed, in The Uses of Enchantment, child psychologist Bruno. Peter began to cry, but another child (Lawrence) said, "Oh, rabbit" and then "clambered down, ran over and looked in the cage at him." Peter followed closely and watched. By the 21st session, Peter was eating candy in the high chair with the rabbit directly in front of him, on the tray.
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Jones was able to increase Peter's tolerance of white rabbits by exposing him to the animal, known as direct conditioning, and having Peter interact with children who were not afraid of the rabbit. Mary Cover Jones was the first psychologist to desensitize or uncondition a fear response and become known as the "Mother of Behavior Therapy". The Expected Salaries for Child Therapists. As a child psychologist, you may analyze and treat behavioral, social and mental health diseases that children and teens experience, helping young clients develop into healthy adults. Although you may get hired to work at .
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