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Charles Darwin is considered a pioneer in the study of child psychology because he

a. compared animal and human behavior in infancy.
b. studied children at play.
c. maintained a "baby diary."
d. kept a detailed record of his wife's pregnancies.

I think it's A or C...not totally sure

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    I believe C is correct.

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