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Table of Contents
|Conception to Birth|
|New Calculator Factors Chances for Very Premature Infants|
|Genes in Context: Gene–Environment Interplay and the Origins of Individual Differences in Behavior|
|Effects of Prenatal Social Stress on Offspring Development: Pathology or Adaptation?|
|Cognition, Language, and Learning|
|Early Cognition and Physical Development|
|Infants’ Differential Processing of Female and Male Faces|
|The Other-Race Effect Develops during Infancy: Evidence of Perceptual Narrowing|
|New Advances in Understanding Sensitive Periods in Brain Development|
|Contributions of Neuroscience to Our Understanding of Cognitive Development|
|It’s Fun, but Does It Make You Smarter?|
|Language and Children’s Understanding of Mental States|
|Developmental Narratives of the Experiencing Child|
|Social Cognitive Development: A New Look|
|Future Thinking in Young Children|
|Talking about Science in Museums|
|Learning in School|
|When Should a Kid Start Kindergarten?|
|Should Learning Be Its Own Reward?|
|Social Awareness + Emotional Skills = Successful Kids|
|Social and Emotional Development|
|The Child’s Feelings: Emotional Development|
|A Neurobiological Perspective on Early Human Deprivation|
|Don’t!: The Secret of Self-Control|
|Children’s Capacity to Develop Resiliency: How to Nurture It|
|Emotions and the Development of Childhood Depression: Bridging the Gap|
|Entry into the Social World: Peers, Play, and Popularity|
|Children’s Social and Moral Reasoning about Exclusion|
|A Profile of Bullying at School|
|When Girls and Boys Play: What Research Tells Us|
|Playtime in Peril|
|The Role of Neurobiological Deficits in Childhood Antisocial Behavior|
|Parenting and Family Issues|
|Children of Lesbian and Gay Parents|
|Evidence of Infants’ Internal Working Models of Attachment|
|Parental Divorce and Children’s Adjustment|
|Within-Family Differences in Parent–Child Relations across the Life Course|
|The Messy Room Dilemma: When to Ignore Behavior, When to Change It|
|The Role of Parental Control in Children’s Development in Western and East Asian Countries|
|Fatal Distraction: Forgetting a Child in the Backseat of a Car Is a Horrifying Mistake. Is It a Crime?|
|Siblings Play Formative, Influential Role as ‘Agents of Socialization’, From ScienceDaily, January 20, 2010|
|Cultural and Societal Influences|
|Social and Cultural Issues|
|Goodbye to Girlhood|
|Trials for Parents Who Chose Faith over Medicine|
|How to Win the Weight Battle|
|The Epidemic That Wasn’t|
|The Positives of Caregiving: Mothers’ Experiences Caregiving for a Child with Autism|
|Three Reasons Not to Believe in an Autism Epidemic, Morton Ann Gernsbacher|
|Getting Back to the Great Outdoors|
|Treatment and Prevention of Posttraumatic Stress Reactions in Children and Adolescents Exposed to Disasters and Terrorism: What Is the Evidence?|
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