The Effects of Institutions on Human Behavior
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Parents may be warm and accepting or cold and rejecting, rigid disciplinarians or given to over indulgence. Each particular patterning of parent-child relationship tends to shape personality development in a somewhat different way. A child whose parents make him feel loved and wanted and who allow him freedom to be himself will develop a picture of himself and the world and patterns of behavior very different from those of a child who feels rejected, misunderstood and unreasonably constrained.