Child and Adolescent Development A Chronological Approach

ISBN-10: 0618349200
ISBN-13: 9780618349203
Edition: 2008
Authors: Danuta Bukatko
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Description: This new chronological edition is based on the well-established topically organized text by Bukatko and Daehler,Child Development: A Thematic Approach,5/e. Addressing physical, social, and emotional development in a linear fashion, this text starts  More...

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Book details

List price: $236.95
Copyright year: 2008
Publisher: Wadsworth
Publication date: 1/2/2007
Binding: Hardcover
Pages: 720
Size: 8.75" wide x 11.00" long x 1.00" tall
Weight: 4.070
Language: English

This new chronological edition is based on the well-established topically organized text by Bukatko and Daehler,Child Development: A Thematic Approach,5/e. Addressing physical, social, and emotional development in a linear fashion, this text starts with pre-natal development and progresses through birth and the newborn baby, infancy and toddlerhood, early childhood, middle childhood, and adolescence. Developed to accommodate the more applied focus of courses in nursing, parenthood, education, family studies, and human ecology, this text benefits from the authors' focus on research through an emphasis on developmental themes. Five themes on development are found in every chapter and are listed in the chapter opener, called out in the margin where the theme is addressed, and summarized in aSummary of Developmental Themessection at the end of the chapter. The five themes explore nature and nurture; sociocultural contexts; continuous vs. discontinuous development; the domains of development; and risk or resilience in development. Extensive "Contexts of Development" chapters for each development stage broaden the scope of the issues discussed by examining the child/adolescent within the context of family, peers, and community. Research Applied to Parenting/Educationboxes provide practical advice based on research findings and cover such topics as reducing SIDS, monitoring TV viewing, reciprocal teaching, and reading to children. Atypical Developmentsections focus on topics related to non-normative development, including eating disorders, autism, attention deficit disorder, detecting hearing loss, depression, conduct disorders, and post traumatic stress disorder (PTSD). Summary Tablesare two-page graphic timelines that summarize the various milestones of development and show the sequence of the child's development within a given domain (infancy, early childhood, middle childhood, adolescence). Chapter-Opening Vignettesdraw students into real-life scenarios by applying and exploring concepts of development. Marginal features,See for YourselfandWhat Do You Think?,invite students to critically evaluate and explore further related material on the Online Study Center. Additional pedagogy includes section summaries within each chapter and comprehensiveChapter Recapsthat feature aSummary of Developmental Themes,aChapter Review,and a list ofKey Terms and Concepts.

Danuta (Diane) Bukatko (Ph.D., University of Massachusetts, Amherst) is Professor of Psychology and currently holds the Joseph H. Maguire Professorship in Education at Holy Cross College. She has a long-standing interest in cognitive and gender-role development in children, as well as the teaching of psychology. Her current research focuses on children's understanding of gender and power.

Note: Each chapter concludes with a Chapter Recap, which includes a Summary of Developmental Themes, a Chapter Review, and Key Terms and Concepts
Overview
Themes and Theories What Is Development?
Five Major Themes in Developmental Psychology
The Study of the Child
Historical Perspectives Theories of Development What Develops?
Studying Child Development Research
Methods in Developmental Psychology
Special Issues in Developmental Research
Ethical Issues in Developmental Research
Controversy: Thinking It Over: Should Researchers
Reveal Information
They Learn About Participants in Their Studies?
First Steps in Development
Genetics and Heredity
Principles of Hereditary
Transmission Gene and Chromosomal Abnormalities
Genetic Counseling
Controversy: Thinking It Over: Should Sex Preselection Be Permitted?
Developmental and Behavioral Genetics
Research Applied to Parenting: Treating Siblings Fairly
The Prenatal Period and Birth
The Stages of Prenatal Development
Environmental Factors Influencing Prenatal Development
Controversy: Thinking It Over: Should a Drug-Abusing
Expectant Woman Be Charged with Child Abuse?
Birth and the Perinatal Environment Research
Applied to Parenting: Nurturing and Caring
During Labor Newborn Assessment
Infancy (Ages 0-2)
Physical Development
Body Growth and Development
The Brain and Nervous System
Motor Skill Development
Sleep Research
Applied to Parenting: Reducing Sudden Infant Death Syndrome
Basic Learning Processes
Sensory Capacities
Atypical Development: Visual Problems in Infancy
Perception, Cognition, and Language
Perception Cognition
Language Atypical Development: Developmental Delay Research
Applied to Parenting: Reading to Children
Social and Emotional Development
Emotions in Infancy Attachment Research
Applied to Parenting: Promoting Secure Attachment in Irritable
Infants Atypical Development: Failure-to-Thrive Syndrome Self and Other
Early Childhood (Ages 2-6)
Physical, Cognitive, and Language
Development Physical Development in Early Childhood
Perception in Early Childhood
Cognition in Early Childhood
Atypical Development: Childhood
Autism Controversy: Thinking It Over: How Reliable Is Children\'s Eyewitness Testimony?
Language in Early Childhood
Social and Emotional Development
Emotional Development in Early Childhood
Self and Self-Regulation in Early Childhood
Research Applied to Parenting: Encouraging Children\'s Compliance
Moral Development in Early Childhood
Gender Roles in Early Childhood
Atypical Development: Hormonal Disorders in Children
The Socialization of Gender Roles
Contexts of Development
The Family in Early Childhood
Parents and Socialization Controversy: Thinking It Over: Should Parents Spank Their Children?
Factors That Influence Parenting Strategies
Atypical Development: Posttraumatic Stress
Disorder Siblings
Peer Relationships in Early Childhood
Child Care Research
Applied to Parenting: Choosing a Daycare Center
Middle Childhood (6-11 years)
Physical, Cognitive, and Language Development
Physical Development in Middle Childhood
Cognition in Middle Child

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