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- Full title: Childhood and Adolescence: Voyages in Development, 7th Edition
- Edition: 7th
- Copyright year: 2022
- Publisher: Cengage Learning
- Author: Spencer A. Rathus
- ISBN: 9780357374207, 9780357374207
- Format: PDF
Description of Childhood and Adolescence: Voyages in Development, 7th Edition:
Walking you chronologically from infancy through the teen years, Rathus’ CHILDHOOD AND ADOLESCENCE: VOYAGES IN DEVELOPMENT, Seventh Edition, helps you understand how developmental theories and research apply to everyday life. Interspersing personal and humorous stories with the latest research, theory and real-world practice, the author captures the wonder of child and adolescent development while portraying the field of development as the rigorous science that it is. The new edition integrates hundreds of new references and relevant information from the DSM-5 of the American Psychiatric Association, including changes to substance use disorders, autism spectrum disorders and attention deficit hyperactivity disorder. Maximizing your success, the PQ4R method of learning and studying — preview, question, read, reflect, relate and review — is used throughout.Important Notice: Media content referenced within the product description or the product text may not be available in the ebook version.
Table of Contents of Childhood and Adolescence: Voyages in Development, 7th Edition PDF ebook:
DedicationAbout the AuthorBrief ContentsContentsPrefacePart 1: What Is Child Development?Chapter 1: History, Theories, and MethodsTruth or Fiction1.1: What Is Child Development? Coming to Terms with Terms1.2: Theories of Child Development1.3: Controversies in Child Development1.4: How Do We Study Child Development?1.5: Ethical ConsiderationsKey TermsPart 2: BeginningsChapter 2: Heredity and ConceptionTruth or Fiction2.1: The Influence of Heredity on Development: The Nature of Nature2.2: Chromosomal and Genetic Abnormalities2.3: Heredity and the Environment: The Nature of Nurture2.4: Conception: Against All Odds2.5: Infertility and Assisted Reproductive TechnologyChapter SummaryKey TermsChapter 3: Prenatal DevelopmentTruth or Fiction3.1: The Germinal Stage: Wanderings3.2: The Embryonic Stage3.3: The Fetal Stage3.4: Environmental Influences on Prenatal DevelopmentChapter SummaryKey TermsChapter 4: Birth and the Newborn BabyTruth or Fiction4.1: Stages of Childbirth4.2: Methods of Childbirth4.3: Birth Problems4.4: The Postpartum Period4.5: Characteristics of Neonates4.6: Sudden Unexpected Infant Death and Sudden Infant Death SyndromeChapter SummaryKey TermsPart 3: InfancyChapter 5: Infancy: Physical DevelopmentTruth or Fiction5.1: Physical Growth and Development5.2: Nutrition: Fueling Development5.3: Development of the Brain and Nervous System5.4: Motor Development: How Moving5.5: Sensory and Perceptual Development: Taking In the WorldChapter ReviewKey TermsChapter 6: Infancy: Cognitive DevelopmentTruth or Fiction6.1: Cognitive Development: Jean Piaget6.2: Information Processing6.3: Social Influences on Early Cognitive Development6.4: Individual Differences in Cognitive Functioning Among Infants6.5: Language Development6.6: Theories of Language Development: Can You Make a Houseplant Talk?Chapter SummaryKey TermsChapter 7: Infancy: Social and Emotional DevelopmentTruth or Fiction7.1: Attachment: Bonds That Endure7.2: Issues in Attachment: Social Deprivation, Child Abuse, and Autism Spectrum Disorder7.3: Day Care7.4: Emotional Development7.5: Personality Development7.6: Gender DifferencesChapter SummaryKey TermsPart 4: Early ChildhoodChapter 8: Early Childhood: Physical DevelopmentTruth or Fiction8.1: Growth Patterns8.2: Motor Development8.3: Nutrition8.4: Health and Illness8.5: Sleep8.6: Elimination DisordersChapter ReviewKey TermsChapter 9: Early Childhood: Cognitive DevelopmentTruth or Fiction9.1: Jean Piaget’s Preoperational Stage9.2: Vygotsky’s Views on Early Childhood Cognitive Development9.3: Other Factors in Early Childhood Cognitive Development: The Home Environment, Preschool, and Te9.4: Theory of Mind: What Is the Mind? How Does It Work?9.5: Development of Memory: Creating Files, Storing Them, Retrieving Them9.6: Language Development: Why “Daddy Goed Away”Chapter ReviewKey TermsChapter 10: Early Childhood: Social and Emotional DevelopmentTruth or Fiction10.1: Influences on Development: Parents, Siblings, and Peers10.2: Social Behavior: In the World, Among Others10.3: Personality and Emotional Development10.4: Development of Gender Identity, Gender Roles, and Gender DifferencesChapter ReviewKey TermsPart 5: Middle ChildhoodChapter 11: Middle Childhood: Physical DevelopmentTruth or Fiction11.1: Growth Patterns11.2: Overweight and Obesity in Children11.3: Childhood Asthma11.4: Motor Development11.5: Disorders That Affect LearningChapter ReviewKey TermsChapter 12: Middle Childhood: Cognitive DevelopmentTruth or Fiction12.1: Jean Piaget: The Concrete-Operational Stage12.2: Moral Development: The Child as Judge12.3: Information Processing: Learning, Remembering, Problem Solving12.4: Intellectual Development, Creativity, and Achievement12.5: Language DevelopmentChapter ReviewKey TermsChapter 13: Middle Childhood: Social and Emotional DevelopmentTruth or Fiction13.1: Theories of Social and Emotional Development in Middle Childhood13.2: The Family13.3: Peer Relationships13.4: The School13.5: Social and Emotional Problems13.6: Child Sexual AbuseChapter ReviewKey TermsPart 6: AdolescenceChapter 14: Adolescence: Physical DevelopmentTruth or Fiction14.1: Adolescence14.2: Puberty: The Biological Eruption14.3: Brain Development14.4: Emerging Sexuality and the Risks of Sexually Transmitted Infections14.5: Health in Adolescence14.6: Eating Disorders: When Dieting Turns Deadly14.7: Substance Use and Substance Use DisordersChapter ReviewKey TermsChapter 15: Adolescence: Cognitive DevelopmentTruth or Fiction15.1: The Adolescent in Thought: My, My, How “Formal”15.2: Gender Differences in Cognitive Abilities15.3: The Adolescent in Judgment: Moral Development15.4 The Adolescent in School15.5: The Adolescent at Work: Career Development and Work ExperienceChapter ReviewKey TermsChapter 16: Adolescence: Social and Emotional DevelopmentTruth or Fiction16.1: Development of Identity and the Self-Concept: “Who Am I?” (And Who Else?)16.2: Relationships with Parents and Peers16.3: Sexuality: When? What? (How?) Who? Where? and Why?-Not to Mention, “Should I?”16.4: Juvenile Delinquency16.5: Generation Z and Stress in America16.6: Suicide: When the Adolescent Has Nothing-Except Everything-to Lose16.7: Epilogue: Emerging Adulthood-Bridge Between Adolescence and the Life BeyondChapter ReviewKey TermsAnswers to Active ReviewsGlossaryReferencesName IndexSubject Index