Handbook of Child Psychology

Handbook of Child Psychology

Online ISBN: 9780470147658

DOI: 10.1002/9780470147658

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  1. Volume I Theoretical Models of Human Development
    1. Developmental Science, Developmental Systems, and Contemporary Theories of Human Development
    2. 2 Developmental Psychology: Philosophy, Concepts, Methodology
    3. 3 The Making of Developmental Psychology
    4. Developmental Epistemology and Implications for Methodology
    5. The Significance of Biology for Human Development: A Developmental Psychobiological Systems View
    6. 6 Dynamic Systems Theories
    7. 7 Dynamic Development of Action and Thought
    8. 8 The Person in Context: A Holistic-Interactionistic Approach
    9. 9 The Developing Person: An Experiential Perspective
    10. Action Perspectives on Human Development
    11. 11 Life Span Theory in Developmental Psychology
    12. The Life Course and Human Development
    13. The Cultural Psychology of Development: One Mind, Many Mentalities
    14. The Bioecological Model of Human Development
    15. 15 Phenomenology and Ecological Systems Theory: Development of Diverse Groups
    16. Positive Youth Development: Theory, Research, and Applications
    17. Religious and Spiritual Development throughout the Life Span
    18. 18 Preface to Handbook of Child Psychology, Sixth Edition
  2. Volume II Cognition, Perception, and Language
    1. 1 Foundations
      1. Neural Bases of Cognitive Development
      2. The Infant's Auditory World: Hearing, Speech, and the Beginnings of Language
      3. Infant Visual Perception
      4. Motor Development
      5. Infant Cognition
    2. 2 Cognition and Communication
      1. 6 Acquiring Linguistic Constructions
      2. Early World Learning
      3. Nonverbal Communication: The Hand's Role in Talking and Thinking
    3. 3 Cognitive Processes
      1. Event Memory
      2. Information Processing Approaches to Development
      3. Microgenetic Analyses of Learning
      4. 12 Cognitive Strategies
      5. Reasoning and Problem Solving
      6. 14 Cognitive Science and Cognitive Development
      7. 15 Culture and Cognitive Development in Phylogenetic, Historical, and Ontogenetic Perspective
    4. 4 Conceptual Understanding and Achievements
      1. 16 Conceptual Development
      2. 17 Development of Spatial Cognition
      3. Development of Mathematical Understanding
      4. 19 Social Cognition
      5. 20 Development in the Arts: Drawing and Music
      6. Extraordinary Achievements: A Developmental and Systems Analysis
    5. 5 The Perspective beyond Childhood
      1. 22 The Second Decade: What Develops (and How)
  3. Volume III Social, Emotional, and Personality Development
    1. Introduction
    2. The Development of the Person: Social Understanding, Relationships, Conscience, Self
    3. 3 Temperament
    4. Biology, Culture, and Temperamental Biases
    5. Emotional Development: Action, Communication, and Understanding
    6. Personality Development
    7. 7 Socialization Processes
    8. Socialization in the Family: Ethnic and Ecological Perspectives
    9. 9 The Self
    10. Peer Interactions, Relationships, and Groups
    11. Prosocial Development
    12. Aggression and Antisocial Behavior in Youth
    13. 13 The Development of Morality
    14. Gender Development
    15. Development of Achievement Motivation
    16. Adolescent Development in Interpersonal Context
  4. Volume IV Child Psychology in Practice
    1. Introduction: Child Psychology Research in Practice
    2. 1 Research Advances and Implications for Practice in Education
      1. Early Childhood Development and Education
      2. 2 Assessments of Early Reading
      3. 3 Becoming Bilingual, Biliterate, and Bicultural
      4. 4 Mathematical Thinking and Learning
      5. Scientific Thinking and Science Literacy
      6. Education for Spatial Thinking
      7. Character Education
      8. 8 Learning Environments
    3. 2 Research Advances and Implications for Clinical Applications
      1. 9 Self-Regulation and Effort Investment
      2. 10 Risk and Prevention
      3. A Developmental Approach to Learning Disabilities
      4. 12 Mental Retardation
      5. 13 Developmental Psychopathology and Preventive Intervention
      6. Families and Early Childhood Interventions
      7. 15 School-Based Social and Emotional Learning Programs
      8. 16 Children and War Trauma
    4. 3 Research Advances and Implications for Social Policy and Social Action
      1. Cultural Pathways through Human Development
      2. 18 Childhood Poverty, Policy, and Practice
      3. 19 The Child and the Law
      4. 20 Media and Popular Culture
      5. 21 Children's Health and Education
      6. Parenting Science and Practice
      7. Nonparental Child Care: Context, Concepts, Correlates, and Consequences
      8. Research to Practice Redefined

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