Written By: Kenneth H. Rubin Ph.D.
Based on twenty-five years of research on friendship, Dr. Rubin uses case studies to highlight normal social development,
potential problems and real distress, focusing on how to distinguish between a well adjusted solitary child and a lonely child; how to
distinguish between popularity as likability and popularity as dominance; how to respect your child’s social style, particularly if it differs
from your own; how to help an angry child be less aggressive; how to increase a child’s social ability; how to know when not to intervene
in your child’s social life, among other matters of friendship.
|Dimensions||5 x 8 x .6 in|