When did we start treating children like children?

Steve Fesenmaier spotted an interesting review of
When did we start treating children like children?.
It's a neat look at how kids have been treated over the years.

"People now say that “mind� and “brain� are two words for the same thing. That may be true also of continuity and sentimentalist theory—that they are just shifts in the angle of vision. Indeed, it may be true of theory and research."

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I failed to understand what the stasis of the article was. Was it a book review, or the history of the family? Also, I don't think that the question "When did we start treating children like children?" was ever answered.

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