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Understanding child development : psychological perspectives and applications / 2nd ed

Understanding child development : psychological perspectives and applications / 2nd ed

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Meadows, Sara.
서명 / 저자사항
Understanding child development : psychological perspectives and applications / Sara Meadows.
판사항
2nd ed.
발행사항
New York :   Routledge,   2018.  
형태사항
xii, 342 p. : col. ill. ; 25 cm.
ISBN
9780415788670 (hardback : alk. paper) 9780415788694 (pbk. : alk. paper)
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Revised edition of the author's Understanding child development, 1986.  
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Preface -- Introducing the study of child development -- Biological bases of child development : evolution and genes -- Biological bases of child development : brain development -- Big developmental theories : Piaget, information-processing, Vygotsky : image: anne and the balloon -- The development of cognitive skills -- Language development -- Cognition and education -- Personality, emotion regulation, and an introduction to developmental psychopathology -- Social relationships and the family -- Peers and the child as social person -- Play -- Key terms.
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Includes bibliographical references (p. [295]-335) and index.
일반주제명
Child psychology. Child development.
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CONTENTS
Preface = xi
1. Introducing the Study of Child Development = 1
 Conceptual Issues = 2
  Children''''s Place in History and Culture = 2
  The ''''Biological'''', ''''Social'''' and ''''Individual'''' ''''Causes'''' of Development = 4
  Continuity and Discontinuity in Development = 12
 How Conceptualising Child Development Leads to Researching Child Development : Some Methodological Issues = 15
  Scientific Answers to Questions About Child Development = 15
  Cross-Sectional Studies-''''Getting Age Differences'''' = 18
  Longitudinal Studies = 19
 ''''Stages'''' in Development = 21
 Systems Theories = 22
  Bronfenbrenner''''s Bioecological Theory of Developmental Systems = 22
  Multiple Factors at Multiple Levels = 28
 Individuals Are Active Producers of Their Own Development = 31
2. Biological Bases of Child Development : Evolution and Genes = 33
 Evolution and Child Development = 34
  Adaptation = 35
  Neoteny, Heterochrony and the Timing of Developmental Events = 37
 ''''Evo-Devo'''' : Developmental Psychology and Evolutionary Theory = 38
  Humans Have Evolved to Be Social = 39
  Humans'''' Reproductive Strategy Implies They Will Invest in Their Offspring = 40
 Genes and Child Development = 43
  Genes and Experience as Influences on Development = 47
  Genetic Anomalies and Different Development = 49
  Gene Expression = 50
  Epigenesis = 51
  Early Experience, Gene Expression and Development Over Generations = 53
   Smoking, Gene Expression and Development = 56
   Deprivation of Maternal Care, Gene Expression, Serotonin and Psychological Disorders = 57
  Phenylketonuria : An Example of Why Even Gene-Caused Disorders Are Not Solely Caused by Genes = 59
 Summary = 60
3. Biological Bases of Child Development : Brain Development = 61
 Some Basic Points About Brains and Their Role in Child Development = 62
  An Introductory Description of the Brain = 62
 Brain Development and Developmental Psychology = 66
 Brains, Bodies and Stress = 70
  Stress and the Autonomic Nervous System (ANS) = 72
  Stress and the HPA Axis : Cortisol = 73
  Stress and the Immune System = 74
  Stress and the Social Brain = 76
  Developmental Fine-Tuning of Stress Systems = 77
  Stress and Parenting = 82
  Stress and Peers = 83
  Stress and Executive Functions = 84
 Emotion Regulation = 84
 Testosterone and Sex Differences in Behaviour = 86
 Psychoneuroendocrinology and Child Development : A Summary = 87
4. Big Developmental Theories : Piaget, Information-Processing, Vygotsky = 89
 Cognitive Development : Piaget, Information-Processing and Vygotsky = 90
  Piagetian Theory = 91
  Causes of Cognitive Development = 92
  Equilibration = 93
  Stages = 94
 Information-Processing Approaches = 97
  Capacity, Processes and Knowledge = 98
  Representations = 99
  Inhibition and Flexibility = 100
  Rules, Algorithms and Efficiency = 102
  Developmental Mechanisms = 103
 Cognition and its Social Construction = 105
  Language and Thought = 109
  The ''''Zone of Proximal Development'''' = 110
  Cognitive Development is Socio-Cultural = 112
5. The Development of Cognitive Skills = 113
 Perception = 114
  Methodology in Perceptual Development = 114
  Perceptual Behaviour = 116
  Findings About Perceptual Development = 117
 Executive Functions : Attention, Memory and Metacognition = 119
  Attention = 119
  Memory = 120
   The Basic Structure and Processes of Memory = 120
   What Develops in Memory? Organisation of Detail, Inferential Links and Memory Strategies = 122
   Metamemory = 124
   Infantile Amnesia, Episodic Memory and Autobiographical Memory = 126
  Metacognition = 128
 Teaching Thinking Skills = 130
 Social Cognition = 132
  Diagnosing Mental States = 132
 Moral Reasoning = 136
  Children''''s Moral Reasoning = 136
  Links Between Moral Reasoning, Identity and Emotion = 141
6. Language Development = 143
 Infants'''' Perception of Speech Sounds = 145
 Infants'''' Production of Speech Sounds = 146
 Beginning to Use Words = 148
 Words and Their Functions : Using Words as Names = 150
 Constraints on Learning New Words = 153
 The Growth of Vocabulary = 156
 From Single Words to Sentences = 156
 Language Acquisition Devices = 158
 Language Acquisition Principles = 159
 Language Acquisition Support Systems = 161
 Children''''s Metalinguistic Behaviour = 164
 Children With Specific Language Impairment = 166
 Biological Bases of Language Development = 168
7. Cognition and Education = 170
 Reading : Linking Written Word, Sound and Meaning = 171
  Learning to Read in a Literate Environment = 172
  Component Skills of Reading = 174
 Children With Reading Problems = 176
 Biological Bases of Dyslexia = 179
 Numeracy = 179
8. Personality, Emotion Regulation and an Introduction to Developmental Psychopathology = 185
 Stress = 187
  Physiological Systems for Stress Management = 187
  Experiential and Developmental Differences in Coping With Stress = 188
  Mechanisms for Developmental Differences in Self-Regulation = 189
  Developmental Changes in Reaction to Stress = 193
 Emotional Self-Regulation = 194
  Emotional Self-Regulation and Psychosocial Disorders = 195
 Personality Development and Life Events : Stage Models = 197
 Temperament = 197
 The Self Concept = 198
  The Existential Self = 199
  The ''''Me'''' : The Categorical Self Concept = 200
  Functions of Self Concept = 200
  The Development of Self Concept in Childhood = 201
  Self Concept in Adolescence = 203
  Self Concept, Success and Strategies : Entity and Incremental Theories = 205
  Self-Conscious Emotions : Pride, Shame, Guilt, Embarrassment and Low Self-Esteem = 206
 Emotion, Social Development and the Development of Well-Being = 207
 Mastery = 209
  Developing a Sense of Mastery = 209
 Depression = 210
  Depression and Daily Life Stresses, Brain Development and Personality = 210
  Social Support and Depression = 211
  Early Life Events and Depression = 211
  Macrosystem Issues and Depression = 211
 Anxiety = 212
9. Social Relationships and the Family = 213
 Infant-Adult Interaction = 214
 Parenting = 216
  Bonding and Maternal Instinct = 218
  Attachment = 220
  Describing Relationships = 222
  Early Experience and Later Effects = 222
  Methodological and Conceptual Problems = 223
  ''''Maternal Deprivation'''' and ''''Maternal Privation'''' = 223
  Child-Rearing Techniques = 224
  Dimensions of Parenting = 227
   Warmth and Responsivity = 227
   Discipline and Control = 227
 Adoption = 228
 Sibling Relationships = 229
  Genetic and Experiential Factors in Sibling Resemblance = 230
  Birth Order and Sibling Socialisation = 230
  Sibling Reciprocity and Complementarity = 233
  Sibling Relationships and Family Conflict = 235
  Sibling Relationships and Fairness Issues = 236
  Sibling Relationships in Adolescence and Adulthood = 237
 Summary = 237
10. Peers and the Child as Social Person = 239
 Development of Peer Relations = 240
  Attachment and Parent Influences on Peer Relationships = 244
  Peer Group Popularity and Teachers'''' Views = 245
  Peer Difficulties and Externalising Problems = 245
  Peer Difficulties and Internalising Problems = 246
 Adolescents and Their Peers = 246
  Popularity and Unpopularity with Adolescent Peers = 248
  Adolescents and Romantic Relationships = 248
 Bullying and Aggression = 250
  Developmental Experiences Associated with Risk of Becoming a Bully or a Victim = 252
 Gender = 254
  Socio-Cultural Theories of Gender = 256
  Development of Sex Differences in Children = 257
  Infancy Differences = 258
  Differences in the Preschool and Early School Years = 258
  Influences on the Development of a Gendered Social World : Parents = 260
  Influences on the Development of a Gendered Social World : Siblings = 261
  Influences on the Development of a Gendered Social World : Peers = 261
  Influences on the Development of a Gendered Social World : Schools = 263
 Learning the Social World of School = 264
  Children and Their Fellow Pupils = 268
 Children and the Media = 269
  Media Use, Decline in Physical Activity, Diet and the Obesity Epidemic = 270
  Media Use and the Development of Cognitive Skills = 271
  Media and Violence = 271
  Psychological Processes in Children''''s Response to Media Violence = 273
11. Play = 275
 Defining Play = 276
 Theories of the Causes of Play = 278
 Some Possible Functions of Play = 280
  Arousal Modulation = 280
  Practising Adult Activities = 281
  Allowing Behavioural Recombination = 281
  Emotional and Social Functions of Play = 281
 The Development of Play Behaviours = 282
 On the Importance of Play = 284
 Play = 285
Key Terms = 286
Bibliography = 295
Index = 337

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