This book has been written with an intention to make these masters aware thoroughly of various psychosocial behavioural and personality problems of the children. Full of practical advice and information this book answers parents queries with reassuring common sense. It is what we would term as a guide for parents and teachers providing all the confidence required right from birth to adolescence. This book will also be helpful to medical/paramedical professionals and also under graduates students. To make it more understandable the book has been discussed with 19 chapters. Chapter 1explains how parents teachers and surrounding inmates help in building up of a childs personality. Various problems of habit (thumb sucking nail-biting mud eating etc) movements (head banging angerspasm tempertantrum etc) toilet training (bed-wetting facial soiling) and speech (stammering voluntary silence) are highlighted in chapter 2 3 4 & 5 respectively.In chapter 6 summarize normal sleep factors affecting it types of sleep problems and their prevention. Children often adopt various devices to attract attention of their parents as to force them to obey Chapter 7. Chapter 8 describes certain problems of children living under peculiar. Is your childs performance not up to the mark at school? Does he suffer from School phobia? Answer to these querries lie in chapter 9.Chapter 10 highlights special care and attention needed by the handicapped children. In the chapters 11 to 13 explore various factors causing the disaster but also the remedy to prevent their occurrence. Chapter 14 highlights the circumstances forcing a child for taking an employment Chapter 15 discusses the establishment of normal feeding process.

More Details about Problems of Behaviour in Children and Adolescents: A Practical Guide for Healthy Upbringing

General Information  
Author(s)M S Bhatia and P K Singhal
BindingPaper Back
Publish YearJanuary 2014