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Authors: Ferenc Margitics (College of Nyíregyháza, Hungary) 
Book Description:
The ways we think about the world, about ourselves and our personal relations are largely determined by our cognitive schemes, cognitive styles. These cognitive schemes, cognitive styles appear in early childhood, and parents have a decisive role in the learning process.
This book examines the parental influence on cognitive styles and through it, to the way of thinking and personal relations of mentally healthy individuals. Also discussed herein are the parental educational influences that impede the individual in adequate adaption to reality.
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Table of Contents:
Preface

Research and Review Studies

Chapter 1: Educational Influences of the Parents, Cognitive Schemas, Personality (pp. 1-6)

Chapter 2: Methodology (pp. 7-12)

Chapter 3: Structure of Cognitive Schemas (pp. 13-18)

Chapter 4: Parental Educational Effects Underlying the Feeling of Abandonment and Instability(pp. 19-22)

Chapter 5: Parental Educational Effects Underlying Emotional Deprivation (pp. 23-25)

Chapter 6: Parental Educational Effects Underlying Mistrust (pp. 27-30)

Chapter 7: Parental Educational Effects Underlying Defectiveness and Shame (pp. 31-34)

Chapter 8: Parental Educational Effects Underlying Alienation (pp. 35-38)

Chapter 9: Parental Educational Effects Underlying the Feeling of Rejection (pp. 39-41)

Chapter 10: Parental Educational Effects Underlying the Feeling of Dependence and Incompetence (pp. 43-46)

Chapter 11: Parental Educational Effects Underlying the Feeling of Vulnerability to Harm or Illness, pp. 47-50

Chapter 12: Parental Educational Effects Underlying the Exaggerated Dependence and Undeveloped Self, pp. 51-54

Chapter 13: Parental Educational Effects Underlying a Feeling of Deemed Failure (pp. 55-58)

Chapter 14: Parental Educational Effects Underlying the Feeling of Entitlement (pp. 59-62)

Chapter 15: Parental Educational Effects Underlying the Insufficiency of Self-Control/Self-Discipline (pp. 63-64)

Chapter 16: Parental Educational Effects Underlying Exaggerated Subjugation (pp. 65-68)

Chapter 17: Parental Educational Effects Underlying the Self-Sacrifice Disposition (pp. 69-72)

Chapter 18: Parental Educational Effects Underlying Approval-Seeking (pp. 73-75)

Chapter 19: Parental Educational Effects Underlying Negativity and Pessimism (pp. 77-80)

Chapter 20: Parental Educational Effects Underlying Emotional Inhibition (pp. 81-84)

Chapter 21: Parental Educational Effects Underlying Perfectionism (pp. 85-88)

Chapter 22: Parental Educational Effects Underlying Exaggerated Rigor (pp. 89-92)

Index

   Series:
      Social Justice, Equality and Empowerment
      Education in a Competitive and Globalizing World
   Binding: Softcover
   Pub. Date: 2011
   Pages: 5.5 x 8.5 97 pp.
   ISBN: 978-1-61761-747-8
   Status: AV
  
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