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Publisher : McGraw Hill; 13th edition (September 25, 2013)
ISBN-10 : 0078035430
ISBN-13 : 978-0078035432

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Table contents: 

  1. Preface
  2. Chapter 1 Studying a Child’s World
  3. The Study of Child Development: Then and Now
  4. Early Approaches
  5. Developmental Psychology Becomes a Science
  6. Studying the Life Span
  7. New Frontiers
  8. The Study of Child Development: Basic Concepts
  9. Domains of Development
  10. Periods of Development
  11. Influences on Development
  12. Heredity, Environment, and Maturation
  13. Contexts of Development
  14. 1.1 Around the World Children of Immigrant Families
  15. Normative and Nonnormative Influences
  16. 1.2 The Everyday World Studying the Life Course: Growing Up in Hard Times
  17. Timing of Influences: Critical or Sensitive Periods
  18. An Emerging Consensus
  19. 1.3 The Research World Is There a Critical Period for Language Acquisition?
  20. summary and key terms
  21. Chapter 2 A Child’s World: How We Discover It
  22. Basic Theoretical Issues
  23. Issue 1: Is Development Active or Reactive?
  24. Issue 2: Is Development Continuous or Discontinuous?
  25. Theoretical Perspectives
  26. Perspective 1: Psychoanalytic
  27. Perspective 2: Learning
  28. Perspective 3: Cognitive
  29. Perspective 4: Contextual
  30. Perspective 5: Evolutionary/Sociobiological
  31. A Shifting Balance
  32. 2.1 The Research World The Adaptive Value of Immaturity
  33. Research Methods
  34. Quantitative and Qualitative Research
  35. Sampling
  36. Forms of Data Collection
  37. Evaluating Quantitative and Qualitative Research
  38. Basic Research Designs
  39. 2.2 Around the World Purposes of Cross-Cultural Research
  40. Developmental Research Designs
  41. Collaborative Research
  42. Ethics of Research
  43. Right to Informed Consent
  44. Avoidance of Deception
  45. Right to Self-Esteem
  46. Right to Privacy and Confidentiality
  47. summary and key terms
  48. Chapter 3 Forming a New Life: Conception, Heredity, and Environment
  49. Conceiving a New Life
  50. Changing Theories of Conception
  51. How Fertilization Takes Place
  52. Infertility
  53. Causes of Infertility
  54. Treatments for Infertility
  55. Alternative Ways to Parenthood: Assisted Reproductive Technology
  56. 3.1 The Everyday World Multiple Births
  57. Mechanisms of Heredity
  58. The Genetic Code
  59. What Determines Sex?
  60. Patterns of Genetic Transmission
  61. Genetic and Chromosomal Abnormalities
  62. Dominant or Recessive Inheritance of Defects
  63. Sex-Linked Inheritance of Defects
  64. Chromosomal Abnormalities
  65. Genetic Counseling and Testing
  66. Nature and Nurture: Influences of Heredity and Environment
  67. 3.2 The Research World Genetic Testing
  68. Studying the Relative Influences of Heredity and Environment
  69. How Heredity and Environment Work Together
  70. Some Characteristics Influenced by Heredity and Environment
  71. Physical and Physiological Traits
  72. Intelligence
  73. Personality
  74. Psychopathology
  75. summary and key terms
  76. Chapter 4 Pregnancy and Prenatal Development
  77. Prenatal Development: Three Stages
  78. The Germinal Stage (Fertilization to 2 Weeks)
  79. The Embryonic Stage (2 to 8 Weeks)
  80. 4.1 Around the World Mourning a Miscarriage or Stillbirth
  81. The Fetal Stage (8 Weeks to Birth)
  82. Prenatal Development: Environmental Influences
  83. Maternal Factors
  84. 4.2 The Everyday World Fetal Welfare versus Mothers’ Rights
  85. Paternal Factors
  86. Monitoring and Promoting Prenatal Development
  87. Disparities in Prenatal Care
  88. The Need for Preconception Care
  89. summary and key terms
  90. Chapter 5 Birth and the Newborn Baby
  91. Childbirth and Culture: How Birthing Has Changed
  92. Reducing the Risks of Childbirth
  93. Contemporary Settings for Childbirth
  94. The Birth Process
  95. Stages of Childbirth
  96. Electronic Fetal Monitoring
  97. Vaginal versus Cesarean Delivery
  98. Medicated versus Nonmedicated Delivery
  99. The Newborn Baby
  100. Size and Appearance
  101. 5.1 Around the World Having a Baby in the Himalayas
  102. Body Systems
  103. Medical and Behavioral Assessment
  104. States of Arousal and Activity Levels
  105. Complications of Childbirth—and Their Aftermath
  106. Low Birth Weight
  107. 5.2 The Everyday World Comforting a Crying Baby
  108. Postmaturity
  109. Stillbirth
  110. Can a Supportive Environment Overcome Effects of Birth Complications?
  111. Newborns and Parents
  112. Infant Care: A Cross-Cultural View
  113. Childbirth and Bonding
  114. What Do Newborns Need from Their Mothers?
  115. The Father’s Role
  116. How Parenthood Affects Marital Satisfaction
  117. summary and key terms
  118. Chapter 6 Physical Development and Health during the First Three Years
  119. Early Growth and Physical Development
  120. Principles of Early Growth and Physical Development
  121. Growth Patterns
  122. Nutrition and Feeding Methods
  123. Breast or Bottle?
  124. Starting Solid Foods
  125. Is Being Overweight a Problem in Infancy?
  126. The Brain and Reflex Behavior
  127. Building the Brain
  128. 6.1 The Research World The Autism “Epidemic”
  129. Early Reflexes
  130. Molding the Brain: The Role of Experience
  131. Early Sensory Capacities
  132. Touch and Pain
  133. Smell and Taste
  134. Hearing
  135. Sight
  136. Motor Development
  137. Milestones of Motor Development
  138. Motor Development and Perception
  139. Eleanor and James Gibson’s Ecological Theory of Perception
  140. How Motor Development Occurs: Thelen’s Dynamic Systems Theory
  141. Cultural Influences on Motor Development
  142. Health
  143. Reducing Infant Mortality
  144. 6.2 Around the World Sleep Customs
  145. Immunization for Better Health
  146. Maltreatment: Abuse and Neglect
  147. Maltreatment in Infancy and Toddlerhood
  148. Contributing Factors: An Ecological View
  149. Helping Families in Trouble
  150. Long-Term Effects of Maltreatment
  151. summary and key terms
  152. Chapter 7 Cognitive Development during the First Three Years
  153. Studying Cognitive Development: Six Approaches
  154. Behaviorist Approach: Basic Mechanics of Learning
  155. Classical and Operant Conditioning
  156. Infant Memory
  157. Psychometric Approach: Developmental and Intelligence Testing
  158. Testing Infants and Toddlers
  159. Assessing the Impact of the Home Environment
  160. Early Intervention
  161. Piagetian Approach: The Sensorimotor Stage
  162. Substages of the Sensorimotor Stage
  163. Do Imitative Abilities Develop Earlier than Piaget Thought?
  164. Development of Knowledge about Objects and Space
  165. Evaluating Piaget’s Sensorimotor Stage
  166. Information-Processing Approach: Perceptions and Representations
  167. Habituation
  168. Visual and Auditory Processing Abilities
  169. Information Processing as a Predictor of Intelligence
  170. 7.1 The Everyday World Do Infants and Toddlers Watch Too Much Television?
  171. Information Processing and the Development of Piagetian Abilities
  172. Evaluating Information-Processing Research on Infants
  173. Cognitive Neuroscience Approach: The Brain’s Cognitive Structures
  174. Social-Contextual Approach: Learning from Interactions with Caregivers
  175. Language Development
  176. Sequence of Early Language Development
  177. Characteristics of Early Speech
  178. Classic Theories of Language Acquisition: The Nature-Nurture Debate
  179. 7.2 Around the World Inventing Sign Language
  180. Influences on Language Development
  181. Preparing for Literacy: The Benefits of Reading Aloud
  182. summary and key terms
  183. Chapter 8 Psychosocial Development during the First Three Years
  184. Foundations of Psychosocial Development
  185. Emotions
  186. Temperament
  187. Developmental Issues in Infancy
  188. Developing Trust
  189. Developing Attachments
  190. Emotional Communication with Caregivers: Mutual Regulation
  191. 8.1 The Everyday World How Postpartum Depression Affects Early Development
  192. Developmental Issues in Toddlerhood
  193. The Emerging Sense of Self
  194. Developing Autonomy
  195. 8.2 Around the World Are Struggles with Toddlers Necessary?
  196. The Roots of Moral Development: Socialization and Internalization
  197. Gender: How Different Are Baby Boys and Girls?
  198. Gender Differences in Infants and Toddlers
  199. How Parents Shape Gender Differences
  200. Contact with Other Children
  201. Siblings
  202. Sociability with Nonsiblings
  203. Children of Working Parents
  204. Effects of Maternal Employment
  205. Early Child Care
  206. summary and key terms
  207. Chapter 9 Physical Development and Health in Early Childhood
  208. Aspects of Physiological Development
  209. Bodily Growth and Change
  210. Sleep Patterns and Problems
  211. Sleep Disturbances and Disorders
  212. Bed-Wetting
  213. Brain Development
  214. Motor Development
  215. Gross and Fine Motor Skills
  216. Handedness
  217. Artistic Development
  218. Health and Safety
  219. Nutrition: Preventing Obesity
  220. 9.1 Around the World Surviving the First Five Years of Life
  221. Undernutrition
  222. 9.2 The Everyday World Food Security
  223. Food Allergies
  224. Oral Health
  225. Accidental Injuries and Deaths
  226. Health in Context: Environmental Influences
  227. summary and key terms
  228. Chapter 10 Cognitive Development in Early Childhood
  229. Piagetian Approach: The Preoperational Child
  230. Advances of Preoperational Thought
  231. Immature Aspects of Preoperational Thought
  232. Do Young Children Have Theories of Mind?
  233. 10.1 The Everyday World Imaginary Companions
  234. Information-Processing Approach: Memory Development
  235. Basic Processes and Capacities
  236. Recognition and Recall
  237. Forming and Retaining Childhood Memories
  238. Intelligence: Psychometric and Vygotskian Approaches
  239. Traditional Psychometric Measures
  240. Influences on Measured Intelligence
  241. Testing and Teaching Based on Vygotsky’s Theory
  242. Language Development
  243. Vocabulary
  244. Grammar and Syntax
  245. Pragmatics and Social Speech
  246. Delayed Language Development
  247. Preparation for Literacy
  248. 10.2 The Research World Private Speech: Piaget versus Vygotsky
  249. Media and Cognition
  250. Early Childhood Education
  251. Types of Preschools
  252. Compensatory Preschool Programs
  253. The School of the Twenty-First Century: Universal Preschool
  254. The Child in Kindergarten
  255. summary and key terms
  256. Chapter 11 Psychosocial Development in Early Childhood
  257. The Developing Self
  258. The Self-Concept and Cognitive Development
  259. Self-Esteem
  260. Understanding and Regulating Emotions
  261. Erikson: Initiative versus Guilt
  262. Gender
  263. Gender Differences
  264. Perspectives on Gender Development
  265. Play: The Business of Early Childhood
  266. Cognitive Levels of Play
  267. 11.1 The Research World Does Play Have an Evolutionary Basis?
  268. The Social Dimension of Play
  269. How Gender Influences Play
  270. How Culture Influences Play
  271. Parenting
  272. Forms of Discipline
  273. 11.2 The Everyday World The Case against Corporal Punishment
  274. Parenting Styles
  275. Special Behavioral Concerns
  276. Prosocial Behavior
  277. Aggression
  278. Fearfulness
  279. Relationships with Other Children
  280. Sibling Relationships
  281. The Only Child
  282. Playmates and Friends
  283. summary and key terms
  284. Chapter 12 Physical Development and Health in Middle Childhood
  285. Aspects of Physical Development
  286. Height and Weight
  287. Tooth Development and Dental Care
  288. Brain Development
  289. Nutrition and Sleep
  290. Nutritional Needs
  291. Sleep Patterns and Problems
  292. Motor Development and Physical Play
  293. Recess-Time Play
  294. Organized Sports
  295. Health and Safety
  296. Overweight and Body Image
  297. 12.1 The Everyday World Do Barbie Dolls Affect Girls’ Body Image?
  298. Medical Conditions
  299. Factors in Health and Access to Health Care
  300. Accidental Injuries
  301. 12.2 Around the World How Cultural Attitudes Affect Health Care
  302. Mental Health
  303. Common Emotional Disturbances
  304. Treatment Techniques
  305. summary and key terms
  306. Chapter 13 Cognitive Development in Middle Childhood
  307. Piagetian Approach: The Concrete Operational Child
  308. Cognitive Advances
  309. Influences of Neurological Development and Schooling
  310. Moral Reasoning
  311. Information-Processing Approach: Attention, Memory, and Planning
  312. How Do Executive Skills Develop?
  313. Selective Attention
  314. Working Memory
  315. Metamemory: Understanding Memory
  316. Mnemonics: Strategies for Remembering
  317. Information Processing and Piagetian Tasks
  318. Psychometric Approach: Assessment of Intelligence
  319. The IQ Controversy
  320. Influences on Intelligence
  321. Is There More than One Intelligence?
  322. Other Directions in Intelligence Testing
  323. Language and Literacy
  324. Vocabulary, Grammar, and Syntax
  325. Pragmatics: Knowledge about Communication
  326. Second-Language Learning
  327. Literacy
  328. The Child in School
  329. Entering First Grade
  330. Influences on School Achievement
  331. 13.1 The Research World The Homework Debate
  332. 13.2 The Everyday World The Math Wars
  333. Educating Children with Special Needs
  334. Children with Learning Problems
  335. Gifted Children
  336. summary and key terms
  337. Chapter 14 Psychosocial Development in Middle Childhood
  338. The Developing Self
  339. Self-Concept Development: Representational Systems
  340. Industry versus Inferiority
  341. Emotional Growth and Prosocial Behavior
  342. The Child in the Family
  343. Family Atmosphere
  344. 14.1 The Research World Pass the Milk: Family Mealtimes and Child Well-Being
  345. Family Structure
  346. Sibling Relationships
  347. The Child in the Peer Group
  348. Positive and Negative Effects of Peer Relations
  349. Gender Differences in Peer-Group Relationships
  350. Popularity
  351. Friendship
  352. Aggression and Bullying
  353. Stress and Resilience
  354. Stresses of Modern Life
  355. Coping with Stress: The Resilient Child
  356. 14.2 The Everyday World Talking with Children about Terrorism and War
  357. summary and key terms
  358. Chapter 15 Physical Development and Health in Adolescence
  359. Adolescence: A Developmental Transition
  360. Adolescence as a Social Construction
  361. 15.1 Around the World The Globalization of Adolescence
  362. Adolescence: A Time of Opportunities and Risks
  363. Puberty: The End of Childhood
  364. How Puberty Begins: Hormonal Changes
  365. Timing, Signs, and Sequence of Puberty and Sexual Maturity
  366. Implications of Early and Late Maturation
  367. The Adolescent Brain
  368. Physical and Mental Health
  369. Physical Activity
  370. Sleep Needs and Problems
  371. Nutrition and Eating Disorders
  372. Use and Abuse of Drugs
  373. Depression
  374. Death in Adolescence
  375. Protective Factors: Health in Context
  376. summary and key terms
  377. Chapter 16 Cognitive Development in Adolescence
  378. Aspects of Cognitive Maturation
  379. Piaget’s Stage of Formal Operations
  380. Elkind: Immature Characteristics of Adolescent Thought
  381. Language Development
  382. Changes in Information Processing in Adolescence
  383. Moral Development
  384. Kohlberg’s Theory of Moral Reasoning
  385. 16.1 The Research World Fowler’s Stages of Faith
  386. Gilligan’s Theory: An Ethic of Care
  387. Prosocial Behavior and Volunteer Activity
  388. Educational and Vocational Issues
  389. Influences on School Achievement
  390. 16.2 The Everyday World Multitasking and Gen M
  391. Dropping Out of High School
  392. Preparing for Higher Education or Vocations
  393. summary and key terms
  394. Chapter 17 Psychosocial Development in Adolescence
  395. The Search for Identity
  396. Erikson: Identity versus Identity Confusion
  397. Marcia: Identity Status—Crisis and Commitment
  398. Gender Differences in Identity Formation
  399. Ethnic Factors in Identity Formation
  400. Sexuality
  401. Sexual Orientation and Identity
  402. Sexual Behavior
  403. Sexually Transmitted Infections (STIs)
  404. Teenage Pregnancy and Childbearing
  405. 17.1 Around the World Preventing Teenage Pregnancy
  406. Relationships with Family and Peers
  407. Is Adolescent Rebellion a Myth?
  408. Changing Time Use and Changing Relationships
  409. Adolescents and Parents
  410. Adolescents and Siblings
  411. Peers and Friends
  412. Antisocial Behavior and Juvenile Delinquency
  413. 17.2 The Everyday World The Youth Violence Epidemic
  414. Becoming a Delinquent: Genetic and Neurological Factors
  415. Becoming a Delinquent: How Family, Peer, and Community Influences Interact
  416. Long-Term Prospects
  417. Preventing and Treating Delinquency
  418. Emerging Adulthood
  419. summary and key terms
  420. Glossary
  421. Bibliography
  422. Credits
  423. Name Index
  424. Subject Index

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