“Required rading for education students, teachers, counselors, and parents of work-inhibited children.”—Library Journal.
Table of Contents
Part I. The Problem 1. Defining the Problem 2. Who Is Work-Inhibited? 3. Characteristics of Work-Inhibited Students 4. Early Determinants of Work Inhibition
Part II. The Answers 5. Identification and Evaluation of Work Inhibition 6. What Educators Can Do 7. How Parents Can Help Their Work-Inhibited Children 8. Counseling for Work-Inhibited Students
Appendices Appendix A: Demographic Studies Appendix B: Information from Parents and Educators Appendix C: A Comparative Study of Work-Inhibited and Achieving Students Measuring Self-Esteem, Attitudes Toward School, and Locus of Control Appendix D: A Comparative Personality Study of Work-Inhibited and High-Achieving Students Appendix E: Parent and Teacher Interviews Appendix F: The Relationships Among Completion of School Assignments, Academic Skills, and Grades Appendix G: New Horizons: A Resource Program for Work-Inhibited Students