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Who is Alison Clarke-Stewart?
Alison Clarke-Stewart: K. Alison Clarke-Stewart was a developmental psychologist and expert on children’s social development. She is well known for her work on the effects of child care on children’s development and for her research on children’s suggestibility. In addition to her academic work, she served as an expert witness in child abuse cases in which there is suspicion that child suggestibility may have formed the basis for the allegations of abuse. She co-authored several leading textbooks in the field.
- also known as K. Alison Clarke-Stewart
- born in (72 years ago)
- died on
- written works: "Lifelong human development", "Study Guide to Accompany Child Development", "Child care in the family", "Psychology, Seventh Edition", "Daycare, Revised Edition"
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Volume 3: Oral Discourse and Education by David Corson
Alison Clarke-Stewart (eds.), The Development of Social Understanding, Gardner Press, Inc., New York, 251-282. Corsaro, W. & Miller, P.
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