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by Jeanne Harris,Richard A. Gardner,Fitzhugh Dodson
Encourages fathers to take an active role in their children's upbringing and focuses attention on the psychological development of the young between the ages of six and . How to Father Mass Market Paperback – February 1, 1975. by. Fitzhugh Dodson (Author).
Encourages fathers to take an active role in their children's upbringing and focuses attention on the psychological development of the young between the ages of six and twenty-one. Find all the books, read about the author, and more. Are you an author? Learn about Author Central.
Fitzhugh J. Dodson (1923, Baltimore, Maryland – May 2, 1993, Long Beach, California) was an American clinical psychologist, lecturer and educator. He wrote several popular books including the best-selling How to Parent. Dodson was born in Baltimore,. Dodson was born in Baltimore, Maryland, United States in 1923. His father also bore the name Fitzhugh J. Dodson (born c. 1886 in Virginia) and his mother was Lillian M. Dodson, née Northam (born c. 1890 in Maryland).
Allen, Virgin Books (1974)
Allen, Virgin Books (1974). ISBN 10: 0491015313 ISBN 13: 9780491015318.
Fitzhugh Dodson, Richard A. Gardner (Foreword). This is one of the best book for new fathers who's looking for tip or advice on how to be the best father to a son or daughter. Renowned psychologist and bestselling author Dr. Fitzhugh Dodson has created an indispensable guide to help every father (married or single) understand his essential role in his child's healthy development. I haven't seen the 1975 version, but the one printed in 1984 was an awesome book.
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How to father, Dr. Fitzhugh Dodson ; ed. by Jeanne Harris ; with a forew. by Richard A. Gardner ; cartoons by Al Lowenheim. : New American Library,. xii, 497 p. : ill. ; 18 c. (A Signet Book ; 9002).
Fitzhugh Dodson, a clinical psychologist who wrote about child-rearing, died Sunday at the Alamitos . Dr. Dodson was born in Baltimore and graduated cum laude from Johns Hopkins University and magna cum laude with a Bachelor of Divinity degree from Yale University in 1948
Fitzhugh Dodson, a clinical psychologist who wrote about child-rearing, died Sunday at the Alamitos Belmont Rehabilitation Hospital in Long Beach, Calif. He was 69. He died of cardiac arrest, his family said. Dodson was born in Baltimore and graduated cum laude from Johns Hopkins University and magna cum laude with a Bachelor of Divinity degree from Yale University in 1948. He was ordained a Presbyterian minister the same year. from the University of Southern California in 1957.
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The renowned psychologist and bestselling author Dr. Sensitive to the changing needs of the father, Dr. Dodson offers men guidance and positive reassurance through every stage of a child's life: from infancy through adolescence. How to Father is not only a dry theory. It includes illustrations, inspired from the life of Dodson and his own family, and it’s also based on his great clinical practice.
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