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(gĭ-zĕl′), Arnold Lucius 1880-1961.
American psychologist and pediatrician noted for his research on child development.
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Al decir de Gesell y Amatruda (1945/1985), tal conducta trata de la organizacion de los estimulos, su descomposicion y su reintegracion de un modo coherente; su importancia estriba en que se le considera como precursora de la inteligencia.
List of recordings of 10 German and 7 non-German singers used in the investigation, after Gullveig Cecilie Guleng, "Lass singen, Gesell.
Now we have the evidence to move forward," Gesell stated.
Gesell (1990) suggests that regulation was the focus of consumer neglect resulting in social costs and misallocation of resources.
A prevalencia de suspeita de atraso no desenvolvimento nessas criancas, segundo a avaliacao pela escala de Gesell foi de 44,9%, sendo as areas de comportamento adaptativo (56,8%) e de linguagem as mais comprometidas (Tabela 1).
Axel Gesell, Senior Manager Platform Development Sensors & Satellites of Continental's Chassis & Safety Division.
Arnold Gesell tiene esto que decir acerca de Kamala: "Ningun esfuerzo de la imaginacion podria llevarnos a afirmar que ella se ha convertido en una criatura lupina.
A week ago, they testified about their ordeal in Gesell Chamber.
Gesell offers listeners a quiet voice at the outset.
En la misma tesitura que Piaget, Arnold Gesell al hablar de la Ontogenia del comportamiento del infante apareja el desarrollo de la lengua con la "evolucion de la dominacion manual" (Gesell 1964: 390).
Series such as "El Amor" and "Villa Gesell," 2005, make wide use of blurry images and underexposure, which often end up seeming like stylistic resources that are as important to Lestido as her ostensible subject matter.
Stirner's related thoughts on money and estate in land influenced Tucker and Gesell.

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