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Efnisyfirlit

  • Cover
  • Title Page
  • Copyright Information
  • Brief Contents
  • Contents
  • About the Author
  • Dedication
  • Expert Consultants
  • Connecting Research and Results
  • Preface
  • Acknowledgments
  • Section 1: The Life-Span Perspective
    • Chapter 1: Introduction
      • 1 The Life-Span Perspective
      • Connecting with Careers Gustavo Medrano, Clinical Psychologist
      • Connecting Development to Life Improving Family Policy
      • 2 The Nature of Development
      • 3 Theories of Development
      • 4 Research on Life-Span Development
      • Connecting with Careers Pam Reid, Educational and Developmental Psychologist
      • Appendix: Careers in Life-Span Development
  • Section 2: Beginnings
    • Chapter 2: Biological Beginnings
      • 1 The Evolutionary Perspective
      • 2 Genetic Foundations of Development
      • Connecting with Careers Jennifer Leonhard, Genetic Counselor
      • 3 Reproductive Challenges and Choices
      • Connecting Development to Life Parenting Adopted Children
      • 4 Heredity-Environment Interaction: The Nature-Nurture Debate
    • Chapter 3: Prenatal Development and Birth
      • 1 Prenatal Development
      • 2 Birth
      • Connecting with Careers Linda Pugh, Perinatal Nurse
      • Connecting Development to Life From Waterbirth to Music Therapy
      • Connecting through Research How Does Massage Therapy Affect the Mood and Behavior of Babies?
      • 3 The Postpartum Period
      • Connecting with Careers Diane Sanford, Clinical Psychologist and Postpartum Expert
  • Section 3: Infancy
    • Chapter 4: Physical Development in Infancy
      • 1 Physical Growth and Development in Infancy
      • Connecting Development to Life Improving the Nutrition of Infants and Young Children Living in Low-Income Families
      • Connecting with Careers Faize Mustafa-Infante
      • 2 Motor Development
      • 3 Sensory and Perceptual Development
      • Connecting through Research How Can Newborns’ Perception Be Studied?
    • Chapter 5: Cognitive Development in Infancy
      • 1 Piaget’s Theory of Infant Development
      • 2 Learning, Attention, Remembering, and Conceptualizing
      • 3 Language Development
      • Connecting Development to Life How Parents Can Facilitate Infants’ and Toddlers’ Language Development
    • Chapter 6: Socioemotional Development in Infancy
      • 1 Emotional and Personality Development
      • Connecting Development to Life Parenting and the Child’s Temperament
      • 2 Social Orientation/Understanding and Attachment
      • 3 Social Contexts
      • Connecting with Careers Wanda Mitchell, Child-Care Director
      • Connecting through Research How Does the Quality and Quantity of Child Care Affect Children?
  • Section 4: Early Childhood
    • Chapter 7: Physical and Cognitive Development in Early Childhood
      • 1 Physical Changes
      • 2 Cognitive Changes
      • Connecting Development to Life Tools of the Mind
      • Connecting with Careers Helen Hadani, Ph.D., Developmental Psychologist, Toy Designer, and Associate Director of Research for the Center for Childhood Creativity
      • 3 Language Development
      • 4 Early Childhood Education
      • Connecting with Careers Yolanda Garcia, Head Start Director and College Dean
    • Chapter 8: Socioemotional Development in Early Childhood
      • 1 Emotional and Personality Development
      • Connecting through Research Caregivers’ Emotional Expressiveness, Children’s Emotion Regulation, and Behavior Problems in Head Start Children
      • 2 Families
      • Connecting with Careers Darla Botkin, Marriage and Family Therapist
      • Connecting Development to Life Communicating with Children About Divorce
      • 3 Peer Relations, Play, and Media/Screen Time
  • Section 5: Middle and Late Childhood
    • Chapter 9: Physical and Cognitive Development in Middle and Late Childhood
      • 1 Physical Changes and Health
      • Connecting with Careers Sharon McLeod, Child Life Specialist
      • 2 Children with Disabilities
      • 3 Cognitive Changes
      • Connecting Development to Life Strategies for Increasing Children’s Creative Thinking
      • 4 Language Development
      • Connecting with Careers Salvador Tamayo, Teacher of English Language Learners
    • Chapter 10: Socioemotional Development in Middle and Late Childhood
      • 1 Emotional and Personality Development
      • Connecting Development to Life Increasing Children’s Self-Esteem
      • Connecting with Careers Melissa Jackson, Child Psychiatrist
      • 2 Families
      • 3 Peers
      • 4 Schools
      • Connecting with Careers Ahou Vaziri, Teach for America Instructor
      • Connecting through Research Parenting and Children’s Achievement: My Child Is My Report Card, Tiger Mothers, and Tiger Babies Strike Back
  • Section 6: Adolescence
    • Chapter 11: Physical and Cognitive Development in Adolescence
      • 1 The Nature of Adolescence
      • 2 Physical Changes
      • Connecting with Careers Lynn Blankinship, Family and Consumer Science Educator
      • Connecting Development to Life Reducing Adolescent Pregnancy
      • 3 Issues in Adolescent Health
      • Connecting through Research What Can Families Do to Reduce Drinking and Smoking by Young Adolescents?
      • 4 Adolescent Cognition
      • 5 Schools
      • Connecting with Careers Katherine McMillan Culp, Research Scientist at an Educational Center
    • Chapter 12: Socioemotional Development in Adolescence
      • 1 The Self, Identity, and Religious/Spiritual Development
      • 2 Families
      • 3 Peers
      • Connecting Development to Life Effective and Ineffective Strategies for Making Friends
      • 4 Culture and Adolescent Development
      • 5 Adolescent Problems
      • Connecting with Careers Rodney Hammond, Health Psychologist
      • Connecting through Research Which Children Are Most Likely to Benefit from Early Intervention?
  • Section 7: Early Adulthood
    • Chapter 13: Physical and Cognitive Development in Early Adulthood
      • 1 The Transition from Adolescence to Adulthood
      • Connecting with Careers Grace Leaf, College/Career Counselor
      • 2 Physical Development
      • 3 Sexuality
      • Connecting with Careers Pat Hawkins, Community Psychologist and Director of an HIV/AIDS Clinic
      • Connecting through Research How Prevalent Are Sexual Assaults on College Campuses?
      • 4 Cognitive Development
      • Connecting Development to Life Flow and Other Strategies for Living a More Creative Life
      • 5 Careers and Work
    • Chapter 14: Socioemotional Development in Early Adulthood
      • 1 Stability and Change from Childhood to Adulthood
      • 2 Attraction, Love, and Close Relationships
      • Connecting through Research What Are the Positive Outcomes to the Breakup of a Romantic Relationship?
      • 3 Adult Lifestyles
      • 4 Marriage and the Family
      • Connecting with Careers Janis Keyser, Parent Educator
      • Connecting Development to Life Coping and Adapting in the Aftermath of Divorce
      • 5 Gender and Communication Styles, Relationships, and Classification
      • Connecting with Careers Cynthia de las Fuentes, College Professor and Counseling Psychologist
  • Section 8: Middle Adulthood
    • Chapter 15: Physical and Cognitive Development in Middle Adulthood
      • 1 The Nature of Middle Adulthood
      • 2 Physical Development
      • 3 Cognitive Development
      • 4 Careers, Work, and Leisure
      • 5 Religion, Spirituality, and Meaning in Life
      • Connecting Development to Life Religion, Spirituality, and Coping
      • Connecting with Careers Gabriel Dy-Liacco, University Professor and Pastoral Counselor
    • Chapter 16: Socioemotional Development in Middle Adulthood
      • 1 Personality Theories and Adult Development
      • 2 Stability and Change
      • 3 Close Relationships
      • Connecting Development to Life Strategies for Parents and Their Young Adult Children
      • Connecting with Careers How Do Mothers’ and Daughters’ Descriptions of Enjoyable Visits Differ at Different Points in Adult Development?
  • Section 9: Late Adulthood
    • Chapter 17: Physical Development in Late Adulthood
      • 1 Longevity
      • 2 The Course of Physical Development in Late Adulthood
      • Connecting through Research Does Engaging in Intellectually Challenging Activities Affect Quality of Life and Longevity?
      • 3 Health
      • Connecting with Careers Sarah Kagan, Geriatric Nurse
      • Connecting Development to Life Health-Care Providers and Older Adults
    • Chapter 18: Cognitive Development in Late Adulthood
      • 1 Cognitive Functioning in Older Adults
      • 2 Language Development
      • 3 Work and Retirement
      • 4 Mental Health
      • Connecting with Careers Jan Weaver, Director of the Alzheimer’s Association of Dallas
      • Connecting Development to Life Meeting the Mental Health Needs of Older Adults
      • 5 Religion and Spirituality
    • Chapter 19: Socioemotional Development in Late Adulthood
      • 1 Theories of Socioemotional Development
      • Connecting Development to Life Strategies for Effectively Engaging in Selective Optimization with Compensation
      • 2 Personality, the Self, and Society
      • 3 Families and Social Relationships
      • 4 Ethnicity, Gender, and Culture
      • Connecting with Careers Norma Thomas, Social Work Professor and Administrator
      • 5 Successful Aging
  • Section 10: Endings
    • Chapter 20: Death, Dying, and Grieving
      • 1 The Death System and Cultural Contexts
      • 2 Defining Death and Life/Death Issues
      • Connecting with Careers Kathy McLaughlin, Home Hospice Nurse
      • 3 A Developmental Perspective on Death
      • 4 Facing One’s Own Death
      • 5 Coping with the Death of Someone Else
      • Connecting Development to Life Effective Strategies for Communicating with a Dying Person
  • APA Style Guide
  • Glossary
  • References
  • Name Index
  • Subject Index

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