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By Stella Chess, Alexander Thomas

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Each lower level is a constituent of the next higher, and in no sense can one account for the other. Yet they are all interrelated with implications for the others. ” Each level has its stipulated facts that arise from the theoretical framework in which the facts are invented, and each is useful to address questions formulated within that theoretical frame. But the levels cannot compete with or supplant one another. Rather, hierarchical models of nested theories can account more fully for the behavioral phenomena we cherish.

Even if we could dramatically improve a mother’s positive behaviors toward her child, her improved behavior would have little payoff in the child’s IQ score. Although the proximal results promised some payoff for children’s intellectual outcomes, a more distal variable undercut that model. Perhaps this result is peculiar to IQ. Let us look at the children’s communication skills, determined by scores from the Cain-Levine Social Competence Scale (Cain, Levine, & Elzey, 1963) that was answered by the mothers.

DISCUSSION The mothers in this study showed very similar behavior toward their two children when both were 12 months old, during observations that were made on average 35 months apart. Mothers’ affectionate behavior and their verbal attention to their children, as well as their more controlling and directive behaviors, all were remarkably consistent toward their two children. This striking degree of consistency was not, in fact, what we had expected to find. The range of differences among mothers was considerable.

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