Children at Play
August 14, 2004
By: Jennifer Ruddell
Natural settings are valuable in monitoring a child in a study. This allows the child to act natural, thinking it is just them with no one else around. We can observe a child and his interactions with others, as well as, how he or she acts while playing with oneself. This allows a child to open up so we can see their true personality and what their imaginations are capable of. As we mature with age, adults loose that pure, na&iuml;ve innocence of imagination that they once had as a child.
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