The relationship between playfulness and coping in preschool children: a pilot study.

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OBJECTIVE Effective play and coping skills may be important determinants of children's adaptive behavior. Play and coping have undergone extensive individual study; however, these two variables have not been explored in relationship to each other. METHOD The play behaviors of 19 randomly selected preschool children were rated by researchers using The Test… (More)

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@article{Saunders1999TheRB, title={The relationship between playfulness and coping in preschool children: a pilot study.}, author={Ingelise Saunders and M Sayer and Amy Goodale}, journal={The American journal of occupational therapy : official publication of the American Occupational Therapy Association}, year={1999}, volume={53 2}, pages={221-6} }