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- Full title: Printed Text MindTapV2.0, 1 term Printed Access Card, 6th Edition
- Edition: 6th
- Copyright year: 2020
- Publisher: Cengage Learning
- Author: Spencer A. Rathus
- ISBN: 9780357040843, 9780357040843
- Format: PDF
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Brief ContentsContentsChapter 1: History, Theories, and Methods1-1 The Development of the Study of Human Development1-2 Theories of Development1-3 Controversies in Development1-4 How Do We Study Development?Chapter 2: Heredity and Prenatal Development2-1 The Influence of Heredity on Development2-2 Heredity and the Environment2-3 Conception: Against All Odds2-4 Prenatal DevelopmentChapter 3: Birth and the Newborn Baby: In the New WorldCountdown . . .3-1 The Stages of Childbirth3-2 Methods of Childbirth3-3 Birth Problems3-4 The Postpartum Period3-5 Characteristics of NeonatesChapter 4: Infancy: Physical Development4-1 Physical Growth and Development4-2 Development of the Brain and Nervous System4-3 Motor Development4-4 Sensory and Perceptual DevelopmentChapter 5: Infancy: Cognitive Development5-1 Cognitive Development: Jean Piaget5-2 Information Processing5-3 Individual Differences in Cognitive Functioning Among Infants5-4 Language DevelopmentChapter 6: Infancy: Social and Emotional Development6-1 Attachment: Bonds That Endure6-2 When Attachment Fails6-3 Day Care6-4 Emotional Development6-5 Personality DevelopmentChapter 7: Early Childhood: Physical and Cognitive Development7-1 Growth Patterns7-2 Motor Development7-3 Health and Illness7-4 Sleep7-5 Elimination Disorders7-6 Jean Piaget’s Preoperational Stage7-7 Factors in Cognitive Development7-8 Theory of Mind7-9 Development of Memory7-10 Language Development: Why “Daddy Goed Away”Chapter 8: Early Childhood: Social and Emotional Development8-1 Dimensions of Child Rearing8-2 Social Behaviors8-3 Personality and Emotional Development8-4 Development of Gender Roles and Gender DifferencesChapter 9: Middle Childhood: Physical and Cognitive Development9-1 Growth Patterns9-2 Motor Development9-3 Disorders That Affect Learning9-4 Cognitive Development9-5 Moral Development: The Child as Judge9-6 Information Processing: Learning, Remembering, Problem Solving9-7 Intellectual Development, Creativity, and Achievement9-8 Language Development and LiteracyChapter 10: Middle Childhood: Social and Emotional Development10-1 Theories of Social and Emotional Development in Middle Childhood10-2 The Family10-3 Peer Relationships10-4 The School10-5 Social and Emotional ProblemsChapter 11: Adolescence: Physical and Cognitive Development11-1 Puberty: The Biological Eruption11-2 Health in Adolescence11-3 Cognitive Development: Piaget’s Stage of Formal Operations11-4 Gender Differences in Cognitive Abilities11-5 Moral Development11-6 The Adolescent in School11-7 Adolescents in the WorkforceChapter 12: Adolescence: Social and Emotional Development12-1 Development of Identity: “Who am I?”12-2 Relationships with Parents and Peers12-3 Sexuality12-4 Juvenile Delinquency12-5 Suicide: When the Adolescent has NothingExcept Everythingto LoseChapter 13: Early Adulthood: Physical and Cognitive Development13-1 Emerging Adulthood13-2 Physical Development13-3 Health and Fitness13-4 Sexuality13-5 Cognitive Development13-6 Career DevelopmentChapter 14: Early Adulthood: Social and Emotional Development14-1 Separation14-2 Intimacy Versus Isolation14-3 Seasons of Life14-4 Attraction and Love: Forces That Bind?14-5 Loneliness14-6 The Single Life14-7 Cohabitation: Darling, Would You Be My POSSLQ?14-8 Marriage: Tying the Knot14-9 Parenthood14-10 Divorce: Breaking BondsChapter 15: Middle Adulthood: Physical and Cognitive Development15-1 Physical Development15-2 Health15-3 The Immune System15-4 Sexuality15-5 Cognitive Development15-6 Creativity and LearningChapter 16: Middle Adulthood: Social and Emotional Development16-1 Theories of Development in Middle Adulthood16-2 Stability and Change in Middle Adulthood16-3 Work in Middle Adulthood16-4 Relationships in Middle AdulthoodChapter 17: Late Adulthood: Physical and Cognitive Development17-1 Physical Development17-2 Theories of Aging17-3 Health Concerns and Aging17-4 Cognitive DevelopmentChapter 18: Late Adulthood: Social and Emotional Development18-1 Theories of Social and Emotional Development in Late Adulthood18-2 Psychological Development18-3 Social Contexts of Aging18-4 Retirement18-5 Successful AgingChapter 19: Life’s Final Chapter19-1 Understanding Death and Dying19-2 Where People Die19-3 Euthanasia: Is There a Right to Die?19-4 Lifespan Perspectives on Death19-5 Coping With DeathAnswers to Study Tools QuestionsReferencesName IndexSubject Index