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David Elkind (1249)

Interests
Developmental, educational and clinical
Nationality
American
Born
1931, Detroit, Michigan, USA
Short Biography
David Elkind (born March 11, 1931) is a Jewish-American child psychologist and author. A longtime professor at Tufts University, his groundbreaking books — The Hurried Child, The Power of Play and Miseducation informed early childhood education ... Show more | More at Wikipedia
Education
  • BA University of California at Los Angeles, 1952
  • PhD University of California at Los Angeles, 1955
Appointments & Honors
  • Hon. Dr Sci., Rhode Island College, 1987
  • Professor of Child Study, Senior Resident Scholar, Tufts University
  • NSF Senior Postdoctoral Fellow, Geneva
  • President, National Association for the Education of Young Children
  • G. Stanley Hall Lecturer
  • Scandinavian Lecturer
  • Editorial Board, Computers and Human Behavior, Bulletin of the Menninger Clinic, Journal of Youth and Adolescence
Principal Publications
  • 1967 Effects of perceptual training at three age levels. Science, 137, 3732-7.
  • 1967 Miildle-class delinquency. Mental Hygiene, 50, 80-4.
  • 1967 Egocentrism in adolescence. Child Development, 38, 1025-34.
  • 1967 Early education and formal education: A necessary difference. Phi Delta Kappan, May, 631-6.
  • 1969 Piagetian and psychometric approaches to intelligence. Harvard Educational Review, 39, 319-37.
  • 1970 Erik Erikson: The ages of man. New York Times Magazine, 5 April.
  • 1975 Perceptive development in children. American Scientist, 63, 535-41.
  • 1979 The Child and Society. Oxford University Press.
  • 1981 Children and Adolescents. Oxford University Press.
  • 1981 The Hurried Child. Addison Wesley.
  • 1984 All Grown Up and No Place to Go. Addison- Wesley.
  • 1987 Miseducation: Preschoolers at Risk. Knopf.
  • 1991 (ed.) Perspectives on Early Childhood Education: Growing with Young Children toward the 21st Century. National Education Association.
  • 1991 Instrumental narcissism in parents. Bulletin of the Menninger Clinic, 55, 299-307.
  • 1994 Ties that Stress: The New Family Imbalance. Harvard University Press.