By Lewis R. Aiken
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If they strayed from the straight and narrow, they were punished in much the same way as adults who had committed similar crimes. Increasing concern with the health, education, and welfare of children during the late 19th centurya concern stimulated by writers and social reformersled to legislation and public programs regarding the treatment of children. Associated with this child welfare movement was the new discipline of developmental psychology. Developmental psychologists conducted scientific studies of the physical, cognitive, emotional, and social characteristics of children.