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This annual report discusses several topics related to the work of the Research and Clinical Center for Child Development. Seven topics are covered in the report. The articles are: (1) "Fathers' Participation in the Lives of Their 4-Month-Old Infants: The United States and Japan" (Marguerite Stevenson Barratt, Koichi Negayama and Tetsuhiro Minemi); (2) "Relationship between Socioeconomic Status and Maternal Attitudes among Japanese Mothers" (Mari Aoki Toda, Masumi Sugawara, Toshinori Kitamura and Satoru Shima); (3) "Information Conveyed by the Media on Childrearing in France and in Japan: Analysis of French and Japanese Popular Magazines" (Hiroko Norimatsu); (4) "Sacred or Selfish? A Survey on Parental Images of Japanese Children" (David Shwalb and Shing-Jen Chen); (5) "Towards an Understanding of Cultural Psychology: A Case for 'Janken'" (Shing-Jen Chen and R. Jason Rand); (6) "Empathy and Altruistic Behavior among Preschoolers: An Attempt To Measure Empathy of Children Based on Teacher's Report" (Shigehiro Ukegawa); and (7) "Differences in Teacher Classroom Behaviors in USA and Japan: A Field Note" (Hiroshi Usui). References are included with each article. (SD)

Descriptors: Child Development, Child Rearing, Children, Cultural Differences, Cultural Influences, Cultural Traits, Empathy, Father Attitudes, Fathers, Foreign Countries, Infants, Japanese Culture, Mass Media Role, Mother Attitudes, Mothers, Parent Attitudes, Periodicals, Preschool Children, Preschool Education, Socioeconomic Status, Teacher Attitudes, Teacher Behavior

Autor: Wakai, Kunio, Ed.; Chen, Shing-Jen, Ed.


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