Part I: the theory of recapitulation: a review of G. Stanley Hall's "Adolescence"
Part II: The philosophy in G. Stanley Hall's "Adolescence";
Part III: ideas about God and religion from G. Stanley Hall's "Adolescence", a critical review
Rodeheaver, Joseph Newton
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