The Sandusky Register from Sandusky, Ohio on December 15, 1955 · Page 31
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The Sandusky Register from Sandusky, Ohio · Page 31

Sandusky, Ohio
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Thursday, December 15, 1955
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Psychologist Advocates New School Of Thought, Action By DSLOS SMITH United I ^ress Science Editor • • * NEW YORK, Dec. 15—A psychologist is advoeatinir a new scliooi of psychological thouxht and action. Emersori Coyle, psychology teacher and counsellor at Brooklyn College, invited his fellow scientists to say "to what extent, If any, has psychology undercut old -fashioned self reliance and personal accountability." His idea was that psychologists have gone too far In "under- slanriing" the socially unacceptable acts and failures of their patients. . Toeing The Marlt "Understanding," he said, can go so far as to carry the implication that psychologists accept "deviant behavior." He added lliat there was "room for a psychology" based on "an insistence nn toeing the maris." Otherwise, "the value of meeting standards" is undermined. Ho had in mind the popular school of child psychology which seeks, at any cost, to spare the child from becoming "inhibited." People take it so seriously, "one dare not spank the child until a p.sychology book has been con- BUlted." In high schools and colleges, teachers send students to psychologists for some such reasons as these: "Student X has cheat-! ed on my examination. I think 1 he is disturbed." "Student Y is' charged with statutory rape. I think he's disturbed." "Might it not be that disciplinary action rather tlian "supportive therapy' is the first order of business?" Coyle asked. Possible Personal Laxity "I wonder to what extent poor or non-existent study habits, poor spelling, difficulties with mathematics and languages in high school and college may not be attributed to parental and / or personal laxity 'don't push your child' rather than to unresolved oedipus complexes or to hatred of the father image or authority or •ooiety."— He used to think, he said, that a psychologist should never let a person taking his professional! counsel, know he disapproved of that person's behavior, "no matter how deviate." But now, after much expert- i ence, he feels that with "a sig-' nifleant number" of the persons who seek his professional help,]' "The concept of discipline in general and self-discipline in particular is a foreign and unknown! concept, In short, rather than insistence upon adherence to standards having failed or having caused maladjustment, adherence to standards has not been required or tried in all too many instances." SKETCHES —^y ^^^^ BURROUGHS "MY HELPMATE ' IVIy helpmate is a sweetheart who . . . does much to make me gay . . . with her beside me I can sec ... the .sun when skies are gray . . . because she never fails to give ... my weary heart a lift . . . with bits of lovlrtg tenderness . . . that form a priceless gift ... my helpmate .<!harps all things with me . . . my joy and sorrow too . . , she ha,"? a magic way of making ... wishful dreams come true . . . both partner and a trusting pal . . . \es, she is this and more .it isn't any wonder that . . . her presence I adore . , . without her life would cease to be ... a thing of endless hiiss , . . the world and all its good are mine . . . each time 1 share her kiss . . . lover and mother of our young . . . and source of untold plea.s- ure . . . aglow with faith and fervent hope . . . my helpmate Is my treasure. THE SANDUSKY REOI8TER-STAR.NEW8 91 Thnrsdar, neeemlier IS, 19,5S SANTA'S COMI.NG! —This "Visit from .<^t. Nicho;\s" scene is fashioned around a police boolii in the .'^lioppinK center at Garden City, N. Y. It's the sixth eonsetnitive yenr the Clinmher of Commerce has erected the storybook house .nrouiid the booth and suspended Santa and his reindeer in the air behind it. Evergreen trees and branches complete llie Christmas scene. Chicago Students Go ^'onrtiii All Out For Science CHICAGO, Dec. 15 (UP) - Three graduate psychology students at Northwestern University will make alcoholic guinea pigs of themselves!see how iTuesday for the sake of science and liquor drink eight shots of bonded bourbon, (he second six shots of the same, and the third two glasses of beer. They will then undergo tests to well the>- carry their PAINT YOUR CAR NOW At Our Fall Spe«iol *49.50 for ONE COLOR Body ond Fender Repair — Welding and Glass Replacement LANG BODY SHOP 1715 COLUMBUS AVE. 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Embossed with col- arful animal picture and letter?. Large I^A"^ size blocks-. 15 fc>4ocks HI set HUNDREDS AND HUNDREDS OF THE WORLD'S FINEST Gong on front rings repeatedly as street car is pulled. Hit oonductor's—hea^l— and gong rings. Size ~ ^ 8" long. 7" high 4> <^ MRS. DONALD WATSON Correspondent Wafceman Grange entertained the Alilic Federation at a noon dinner prepared by women of the Grange. A program was held in the afternoon. The youth delegate to the Los .Angeles national convention gave a report. Byron Dalton, who vvas a delegate from Huron-co, gave an account of the meeting. Miss Marcia Buckley, a sophomore at Mount Holyoke College, arrives home Friday to spend the Christmas holidays with her par- tnU, Mr. and Mrs. K. C. Buckle. .Neale Shinsky, son of Mr. and Mrs. Ray Shinsky, is now stationed at Subic in the Philippines. Neale, now a quartermaster, had been in Japan for some time. New address for William Burke, •on of Mr. and Mrs. John Burke,' is Pvt. William .1. 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Front high-lift scoop loader, deposits load in dump truck. Spring lever automatically dumps load. 71-84740 LUMAR ROAD GRADER Workmg replica made of j heavy gauge steel with six ^ huge rubber wheels. Road scraper can be tilted, turned, and Mted. 17" PLORINTINE SET 85294 Service lor two, 16 pieces consisting of tea pot, with spigot, sugar bowl, creamer, cups, plates, savcers, and cutlery 71-84125 illWCOSt luxury by Greyhound 71-86065 BEAUTY KIT Contains lipstick, rouge, box powder, compact, comb, perfume, soap and other beauty items for little girls. All safe and harmless 71-84319 MR. POTATO HEAD A 28-pvece set that will transform ordinary fruit-s, or vegetables into^ 1,001 hilarious life-like characters TREE LIGHT ^oaaa£ S-LIGHT SERIES INDOOR SET WITH GENUINE 6.E. 15-VOLT BULBS COOK-N-SERVE SET Complete service for four with a total of 48 pieces. Has cooking and baking pans and utensils plus dishes and I silverware A very special purchase permits us to offer these lights at this attractive low price. E. . Has 15-volt bulbs in as- 87610 Busps One naily Way New York 5 $13.55 Chicago 6 6.35 Washington. D. C. 5 10.70 Boston 5 16.70 Miami 4 28.35 Los Anqeles 6 45.65 Seattle 4 44,30 Puluth 5 16.40 Minneapolis 5 13.65 Denver 4 26.35 Si. Petersburg ... 3 25.20 Mtmphis 4 16.20 Bimingham 4 15.85 Ask ^boiit Greyiioiinci s Pre-Planned VACATIONS 15-PIECE TOOL CHEST Contains hammer, saw, pliers, screwdriver, mallet, triangle, wrench, square, project book, etc. In pll steel ^ ^ ^ chest. 0.98 71-87978 " ASSORTMENT OF DURABLE METAL TOYS TRACTOR—AIRPLANE STAKE TRUCK SPORTS CAR 4' 7 .LIGHT MULTIPLE INDOOR SET Tf.LlGHT 71-89G96 MULTIPLE Each lamp burns inde- pcMidently. 7 iissorted colors. G.E. bulbs. OUTDOOR SET eight series type G sorted colors. Buy several sets at this very low pc^e. 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