A report on the selection of cases for activity group therapy, the conduct of the therapeutic sessions and the personality developments of a group of emotionally disturbed boys during treatment. Shows socially-maladjusted children ten to eleven years old being benefited therapeutically by “acting out” their disturbances upon their environment and each other. Presents Henry’s anxiety hysteria. Bob’s aggressiveness, and Albert’s effimacy in a realistic situation with an emotionally neutral therapist and concealed cameras and microphones. Argues for encouraging boys to form a club and work things out for themselves. Recommended for use only by individuals or groups professionally concerned with psychiatric, social, and medical fields.

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