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The Play Cycle Observation Method: A Pilot Study

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International Journal of Playwork Practice, Volume: 1, Issue: 1

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A pilot study was undertaken on recording children's Play Cycles using a new observational tool: The Play Cycle Observation Method (PCOM). Using a single four-minute video, five participants mapped the Play Cycles of a boy (aged 5–6 years) and a girl (aged 9–10 years) and recorded quantitative...

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Published in: International Journal of Playwork Practice
ISSN: 2689-9124
Published: 2020
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