a person who systematically studies the development of children’s minds
noun 1. the study of the mental states and processes of children. 2. the application of psychological techniques to children.
- Child record
database A record lower in the hierarchical tree than a parent record; it is also directly liked to the parent and hierarchical databases. (1995-04-13)
[chil-druh n] /ˈtʃɪl drən/ noun 1. plural of . [chahyld] /tʃaɪld/ noun, plural children. 1. a person between birth and full growth; a boy or girl: books for children. 2. a son or daughter: All my children are married. 3. a baby or infant. 4. a human fetus. 5. a childish person: He’s such a […]
noun 1. a highly disciplined, fundamentalist Christian sect, active especially in the early 1970s, whose mostly young converts live in communes.