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The developing child

Author: Helen L Bee; Denise Roberts Boyd
Publisher: Boston : Pearson/Allyn & Bacon, ©2007.
Edition/Format:   Print book : English : 11th edView all editions and formats
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This topical text includes activities that help students replicate classic research. It has balanced coverage of both theory and application and strong emphasis on culture.
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Genre/Form: Textbooks
Document Type: Book
All Authors / Contributors: Helen L Bee; Denise Roberts Boyd
ISBN: 0205474535 9780205474530 0205494099 9780205494095
OCLC Number: 62741502
Description: xxx, 572 pages : color illustrations ; 29 cm
Contents: PART 1. INTRODUCTION. 1. Basic issues in the study of development I --
PART 2. THE BEGINNINGS OF LIFE. 2. Prenatal development --
3. Birth and early infancy --
PART 3. THE PHYSICAL CHILD. 4. Physical development --
5. Perceptual development --
PART 4. THE THINKING CHILD. 6. Cognitive development I : structure and process --
7. Cognitive development II : individual deifferences in cognitive abilities --
8. The development of language --
PART 6. The social child. 9. Personality development : alternative views --
10. Concepts of self, gender and sex roles --
11. The development of social relationships --
12. Thinking about relationships : social-cognitive and moral development --
PART 6. THE WHOLE CHILD. 13. The ecology of development : the child within the family system --
14. Beyond the family : the impact of the broader culture --
15. Atypical development --
EPILOGUE. Putting it all together : the developing child.
Responsibility: Helen Bee, Denise Boyd.

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