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Pub. Date:
7/21/2003
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Summary

A topically organized child development course. Like John Santrock's other texts, Child Development is widely adopted for being the most accurate and up to date text available. Included in this new edition are the largest number of 21st century citations in any text on the market, an improved learning system, and thoroughly integrated coverage of culture, ethnicity, and gender.

Table of Contents

Preface xvii
Expert Consultants xxix
Student-Driven Pedagogy xxxii
Prologue 1(2)
SECTION 1 The Nature of Child Development 3(60)
CHAPTER 1 Introduction
5(22)
The Stories of Jeffrey Dahmer and Alice Walker
6(21)
Child Development-Yesterday and Today
7(4)
Historical Views of Childhood
7(1)
The Modern Study of Child Development
8(2)
Today's Children: Some Contemporary Concerns
10(1)
Careers in Child Development
Luis Vargas, Clinical Child Psychologist
11(1)
Social Policy and Children's Development
14(2)
Explorations in Child Development Resilience, Prevention, and Competence
16(1)
Developmental Processes and Periods
17(2)
Biological, Cognitive, and Socioemotional Processes
17
Periods of Development
8(11)
Developmental Issues
19(3)
Nature and Nurture
19(1)
Continuity and Discontinuity
20(1)
Early and Later Experience
20(1)
Evaluating the Developmental Issues
21(1)
Reach Your Learning Goals
22(1)
Summary
23(1)
Key Terms
24(1)
Key People
24(1)
Taking It to the Net
25(1)
E-Learning Tools
25(2)
CHAPTER 2 The Science of Child Development
27(36)
The Stories of Erik Erikson and Jean Piaget
28(37)
Theories of Development
29(14)
Psychoanalytic Theories
30(3)
Cognitive Theories
33(3)
Behavioral and Social Cognitive Theories
36(2)
Ethological Theory
38(2)
Ecological Theory
40(1)
An Eclectic Theoretical Orientation
41(2)
Research in Child Development
43(9)
Types of Research
43(5)
Time Span of Research
48(1)
Research Journals
49(3)
Explorations in Child Development Being a Wise Consumer of Information About Children's Development
52(1)
Facing UP to Research Challenges
53(2)
Conducting Ethical Research
53(1)
Minimizing Bias
54(1)
Careers in Child Development Pam Reid Educational and Developmental Psychologist
55(3)
Reach Your Learning Goals
58(1)
Summary
59(1)
Key Terms
60(1)
Key People
60(1)
Taking It to the Net
61(1)
E-Learning Tools
61(2)
SECTION 2 Biological Processes, Physical Development, and Perceptual Development 63(140)
CHAPTER 3 Biological Beginnings
65(30)
The Stories of the Jim and Jim Twins
66(29)
The Evolutionary Perspective
67(2)
Natural Selection and Adaptive Behavior
67(1)
Evolutionary Psychology
67(2)
Genetic Foundations
69(7)
What Are Genes?
70(1)
Mitosis and Meiosis
70(1)
Genetic Principles
71(3)
Behavior Genetics
74(1)
Molecular Genetics
74(1)
The Collaborative Gene
75(1)
Explorations in Child Development Genetic Counseling
76(4)
Chromosome- and Gene-Linked Abnormalities
77(3)
Careers in Child Development
Holly Ishmael, Genetic Counselor
80(1)
Reproductive Challenges and Choices
81(3)
Prenatal Diagnostic Tests
81(1)
Infertility
81(2)
Adoption
83(1)
Heredity-Environment Interaction
84(4)
Heredity-Environment Correlations
84(1)
Shared Nonshared Environmental Experiences
85(1)
The Epigenetic View
86(1)
Conclusions About Heredity-Environment Interaction
86(2)
Reach Your Learning Goals
88(1)
Summary
89(1)
Key Terms
90(1)
Key People
90(1)
Taking It to the Net
91(1)
E-Learning Tools
91(4)
CHAPTER 4 Prenatal Development and Birth
95(34)
The Story of Tanner Roberts' Birth: A Fantastic Voyage
94(35)
Prenatal Development
95(12)
The Course of Prenatal Development
95(4)
Teratology and Hazards to Prenatal Development
99(8)
Prenatal Care
107(1)
Careers in Child Development
Rachel Thompson, Obstetrician/Gynecologist
107(1)
Cultural Beliefs About Pregnancy
108(1)
Positive Prenatal Development
109(1)
Birth
109(4)
The Birth Process
109(4)
Careers in Child Development
Linda Pugh, Perinatal Nurse
113(1)
Low Birth Weight Infants
114(3)
Explorations in Child Development The Power of Touch and Massage in Development
117(2)
Measures of Neonatal Health and Responsiveness
118(1)
The Postpartum Period
119(3)
What Is the Postpartum Period?
119(1)
Physical Adjustments
120(1)
Emotional and Psychological Adjustments
120(2)
Careers in Child Development
Diane Sanford, Clinical Psychologist and Postpartum Expert
122(1)
Bonding
122(2)
Reach Your Learning Goals
124(1)
Summary
125(1)
Key Terms
126(1)
Key People
126(1)
Taking It to the Net
127(1)
E-Learning Tools
127(2)
CHAPTER 5 Physical Development in Infancy
129(38)
The Stories of LatonYa and Ramona: Bottlefeeding and Breastfeeding in Africa
130(37)
Physical Growth and Development in Infancy
131(10)
Cephalocaudal and Proximodistal Patterns
131(1)
Height and Weight
132(1)
The Brain
132(5)
Sleep
137(2)
Nutrition
139(2)
Careers in Child Development
Barbara Deloin, Pediatric Nurse
141(1)
Explorations in Child Development A Healthy Start
142(1)
Toilet Training
143(1)
Careers in Child Development
T. Berry Brazelton, Pediatrician
143(1)
Motor Development
144(8)
Reflexes
144(2)
Gross and Fine Motor Skills
146(5)
Dynamic Systems Theory
151(1)
Sensory and Perceptual Development
152(10)
What Are Sensation and Perception?
152(1)
The Ecological View
152(1)
Visual Perception
153(4)
Other Senses
157(2)
Intermodal Perception
159(1)
Perceptual-Motor Coupling
159(3)
Reach Your Learning Goals
162(1)
Summary
163(1)
Key Terms
164(1)
Key People
164(1)
Taking It to the Net
165(1)
E-Learning Tools
165(2)
CHAPTER 6 Physical Development in Childhood and Adolescence
167(36)
The Story of Zhang Liyin
168(37)
Physical Growth in Childhood
169(5)
Child Growth Patterns
169(1)
Motor Development
170(2)
Handedness
172(1)
The Brain
172(2)
Health and Illness
174(2)
A Developmental Perspective
175(1)
Explorations in Child Development Life Science and Life Skills Education
176(30)
Nutrition and Obesity
176(3)
Exercise and Spurts
179(1)
Children's Health and illness in the United States and Around the World
180(2)
Careers in Child Development
Sharon McLeod, Child Life Specialist
182(1)
Puberty and Adolescence
183(1)
Puberty and Sexuality
183(8)
Careers in Child Development
Lynn Blonkinship, Family and Consumer Science Educator
191(1)
Substance Use and Abuse
192(1)
The Interrelation of Problems and Successful Programs
195(1)
Today's Youth
196(2)
Reach Your Learning Goals
198(1)
Summary
199(1)
Key Terms
200(1)
Key People
200(1)
Taking It to the Net
201(1)
E-Learning Tools
201(2)
SECTION 3 Cognition and Language 203(3240)
CHAPTER 7 Cognitive Developmental Approaches
205(36)
The Stories of Laurent, Lucienne, and Jacqueline
206(35)
Piaget's Cognitive Developmental Theory
207(2)
Jean Piaget and His Place in Developmental Psychology
207(1)
Cognitive Developmental Theory and Processes
207(2)
Piaget's Stages
209(17)
Sensorimotor Thought
209(5)
Preoperational Thought
214(6)
Concrete Operational Thought
220(1)
Formal Operational Thought
221(5)
Applying and Evaluating Piaget's Theory
226(3)
Piaget and Education
226(1)
Evaluating Piaget's Theory
227(2)
Vygotsky's Theory of Cognitive Development
229(2)
The Zone of Proximal Development
230(1)
Scaffolding
230(1)
Explorations in Child Development Apprenticeship Training
231(2)
Language and Thought
232(1)
Vygotsky and Education
232(1)
Careers in Child Development
Donene Polson, Elementary School Teacher
233(1)
Evaluating and Comparing Vygotsky's Theory and Piaget's Theory
234(2)
Reach Your Learning Goals
236(1)
Summary
237(1)
Key Terms
238(1)
Key People
238(1)
Taking It to the Net
239(1)
E-Learning Tools
239(2)
CHAPTER 8 Information Processing
241(38)
The Story of Laura Bickford
242(37)
The Information-Processing Approach
242(2)
Processes
242(1)
Comparison with the Cognitive Developmental Approach
243(1)
Memory
244(15)
What Is Memory?
244(1)
Encoding
244(6)
Storage
250(6)
Retrieval and Forgetting
256(1)
Personal Trauma and Memory
257(2)
Explorations in Child Development Repressed Memories, Child Abuse, and Reality
259(3)
Thinking
260(1)
What Is Thinking?
260(1)
Forming Concepts
260(1)
Solving Problems
261(1)
Careers in Child Development
Helen Schewe, Developmental Psychologist and Toy Designer
262(1)
Thinking Critically
267(2)
Careers in Child Development
Laura Martin, Science Museum Educator and Research Specialist
269(1)
Thinking Scientifically
270(1)
Metacognition
270(4)
Developmental Changes
271(1)
Strategies
271(1)
Self-Regulatory Learning
272(2)
Reach Your Learning Goals
274(1)
Summary
275(1)
Key Terms
276(1)
Key People
276(1)
Taking It to the Net
277(1)
E-Learning Tools
277(2)
CHAPTER 9 Intelligence
279(34)
The Story of Project Spectrum
280(33)
The Nature of Intelligence
281(1)
Intelligence Testing
281(8)
Approaches to Testing
Criteria of a Good Intelligence Test
285(2)
Cultural Bias in Testing
287(1)
The Use and Misuse of Intelligence Tests
288(1)
Theories of Multiple Intelligence
289(5)
Factor Analysis, Two-Factor Theory, and Multiple-Factor Theory
289(1)
Gardner's Theory of Eight Intelligences
290(1)
Sternberg's Triarchic Theory
291(2)
Emotional Intelligence
293(1)
Evaluating the Multiple-Intelligences Approach
293(1)
Do Children Have a General Intelligence?
294(1)
Intelligence in Infancy and Developmental Transformations
294(4)
Infant Intelligence Tests
295(1)
Careers in Child Development Toosje Thyssen Van Bevveren, Infant Assessment Specialist
296(1)
Stability and Change in Intelligence
296(1)
Information-Processing Tasks as Predictors of Intelligence
297(1)
The Extremes of Intelligence and Creativity
298(10)
Mental Retardation
298(1)
Giftedness
299(1)
Creativity
300(1)
Careers in Child Development Sterling Jones, Supervisor of Gifted and Talented Education
301(2)
The Influence of Heredity and Environment
303(1)
Hereditary Influences
303(1)
Explorations in Child Development The Abecedarian Intervention Program
304(1)
Environmental Influences
304(1)
Group Comparisons
305(3)
Reach Your Learning Goals
308(1)
Summary
309(1)
Key Terms
310(1)
Key People
310(1)
Taking It to the Net
311(1)
E-Learning Tools
311(2)
CHAPTER 10 Language Development
313(3130)
The Story of Helen Keller
314(31)
What is Language?
314(4)
Defining Language
314(1)
Language's Rule Systems
315(3)
Biological and Environmental Influences
318(19)
Biological Influences
318(2)
Behavioral and Environmental Influences
320(2)
An Interactionist View of Language
322(1)
Explorations in Child Development How Parents Can Facilitate Children's Language Development
323(1)
Language and Cognition
324(2)
How Language Develops
326(1)
Infancy
326(1)
Early Childhood
329(1)
Middle and Late Childhood
332(4)
Bilingualism
336(1)
Careers in Child Development Salvador Tamayo, Bilingual Education Teacher
337(1)
Reach Your Learning Goals
338(1)
Summary
339(1)
Key Terms
340(1)
Key People
340(1)
Taking It to the Net
341(1)
E-Learning Tools
341(3102)
SECTION 4 Socioemotional Development 3443
CHAPTER 11 Emotional Development
345(90)
The Story of Tom's Fathering
346(37)
Exploring Emotion
346(4)
Defining Emotion
346(1)
Functionalism in Emotion
347(1)
Relational Emotion
347(1)
Regulation of Emotion
348(1)
Emotional Competence
349(1)
Development of Emotion
350(6)
Infancy
350(3)
Early Childhood
353(1)
Middle and Late Childhood
354(1)
Adolescence
355(1)
Emotional Problems, Stress, and Coping
356(7)
Depression
356(1)
Suicide
357(1)
Stress and Coping
358(5)
Temperament
363(5)
Defining and Classifying Temperament
363(2)
Goodness of Fit
365(1)
Developmenta1 Connections and Contexts
365(1)
Gender, Culture and Temperament
366(1)
Parenting and the Child's Temperament
367(1)
Attachment
368(10)
What Is Attachment?
368(2)
Individual Differences
370(1)
Caregiving Styles and Attachment Classification
371(1)
Attachment, Temperament, and the Wider Social World
372(1)
Fathers as Caregivers of Infants
373(1)
Child Care
374(1)
Explorations in Child Development Child Care Policy Around the World
374(1)
Careers in Child Development
Rįshrni Nakhre, Child-Care Director
376(2)
Reaching Your Learning Goals
378(1)
Summary
379(1)
Key Terms
380(1)
Key People
380(1)
Taking It to the Net
381(1)
E-Learning Tools
381(2)
CHAPTER 12 The Self and Identity
383(26)
The Story of a Fifteen-Year-Old Girl's Self Description
384(25)
Self-Understanding
384(1)
What Is Self-Understanding?
385(1)
Developmental Changes
385(1)
Explorations in Child Development Multiple Selves and Sociocultural Contexts
389(2)
Self-Esteem and Self-Concept
391(1)
What Are Self-Esteem and Self-Concept?
391(1)
Assessment
392(1)
Parent-Child Relationships
393(1)
Developmental Changes
393(1)
Consequences of Low Self-Esteem
393(1)
Increasing Children's Self-Esteem
393(2)
Identity
395(1)
Erikson's View
395(1)
Some Contemporary Thoughts
397(1)
Identity Statuses
398(1)
Developmental Changes
400(1)
Social Contexts
400(1)
Careers in Child Development
Armando Ronquillo, High School Counselor
402(2)
Reach Your Learning Goals
404(1)
Summary
405(1)
Key Terms
406(1)
Key People
406(1)
Taking It to the Net
407(1)
E-Learning Tools
407(2)
CHAPTER 13 Gender
409(26)
The Story of Jerry Maguire: Gender; Emotion, and Caring
410(18)
Influences on Gender Development
411(1)
Biological Influences
411(1)
Social Influences
414(1)
Careers in Child Development
Eleanor Maccoby, Professor
417(1)
Cognitive Influences
418(2)
Gender Stereotypes, Similarities, and Differences
420(1)
Gender Stereotyping
420(1)
Gender Similarities and Differences
421(3)
Gender-Role Classification
424(1)
What Is Gender-Role Classification?
425(1)
Androgyny and Education
425(1)
Masculinity in Childhood and Adolescence
426(1)
Gender-Role Transcendence
426(1)
Gender in Context
426(1)
Explorations in Child Development Gender Roles in Iran and China
427(1)
Developmental Windows of Gender Opportunity and Asymmetric Gender Socialization
428(2)
Developmental Windows
428(1)
Asymmetric Gender Socialization
429(1)
Reach Your Learning Goals
430(1)
Summary
431(1)
Key Terms
432(1)
Key People
432(1)
Taking It to the Net
433(1)
E-Learning Tools
433(2)
CHAPTER 14 Moral Development
435(34)
The Story of Pax, the Make-Believe Planet
436(35)
Domains of Moral Development
437(15)
Moral Thought
437(8)
Moral Behavior
445(3)
Moral Feeling
448(4)
Contexts of Moral Development
452(4)
Parenting
452(1)
Schools
453(3)
Prosocial and Antisocial Behavior
456(8)
Altruism
456(1)
Juvenile Delinquency
457(1)
Careers in Child Development
Rodney Hammond, Health Psychologist
461(1)
Explorations in Child Development Why Youth Kill
462(2)
Reach Your Learning Goals
464(1)
Summary
465(1)
Key Terms
466(1)
Key People
466(1)
Taking It to the Net
467(1)
E-Learning Tools
467(2)
SECTION 5 Social Contexts of Development 469
CHAPTER 15 Families
471(38)
The Story of a Mother with Multiple Sclerosis
472(37)
Family Processes
473(6)
Reciprocal Socialization and the Family as a System
473(1)
The Developmental Construction of Relationships
474(2)
Adapting Parenting to Developmental Changes in the Child
476(1)
Sociocultural and Historical Changes
477(1)
The Roles of Cognition and Emotion in Family Relationships
478(1)
Parenting
479(2)
The Parental Role
479(1)
Parents as Managers
480(1)
Careers In Child Development
Janis Keyser, Parent Educator
481(1)
Parenting Styles
481(1)
Punishment
482(1)
Child Maltreatment
484(1)
Careers in Child Development
Darla Botkin, Marriage and Family Therapist
485(1)
Parenting Takes Time and Effort
486(1)
Siblings
487(2)
Sibling Relationships
487(1)
Birth Order
487(2)
Families and Adolescents
489(4)
Autonomy and Attachment
489(1)
Parent-Adolescent Conflict
490(3)
The Changing Family in a Changing Social World
493(11)
Working Mothers
493(2)
Effects of Divorce on Children
495(1)
Stepfamilies
496(1)
Gay and Lesbian Parents
497(1)
Cultural, Ethnic, and Socioceconomic Variations in Families
498(1)
Gender and Parenting
499(1)
Explorations in Child Development Acculturation and Ethnic Minority Parenting
500(4)
Reach Your Learning Goals
504(1)
Summary
505(1)
Key Terms
506(1)
Key People
506(1)
Taking It to the Net
507(1)
E-Learning Tools
507(2)
CHAPTER 16 Peers
509(30)
The Stories of Young Adolescent Girls' Friends and Relational Worlds
510(8)
Peer Relations
511(1)
Peer Group Functions
511(1)
The Distinct but Coordinated Worlds of Parent-Child and Peer Relations
512(1)
The Developmental Course of Peer Relations in Childhood
513(1)
Social Cognition
514(1)
Peer Statuses
515(1)
Bullying
516(1)
Gender and Peer Relations
517(1)
Play
518(4)
Play's Functions
518(1)
Parten's Classic Study of Play
519(1)
Types of Play
520(1)
The Sociocultural Contexts of Play
521(1)
Friendship
522(4)
Friendship's Functions
522(1)
Sullivan's Ideas
523(1)
Intimacy and Similarity
524(1)
Mixed-Age Friendships
525(1)
Adolescence, Peers, and Romantic Relationships
526(8)
Peer Pressure and Conformity
526(1)
Cliques and Crowds
527(1)
Adolescent Groups Versus Child Groups
527(1)
Dating and Romantic Relationships
528(12)
Explorations in Child Development Ethnic Minority Adolescents' Peer Relations
530(4)
Reach Your Learning Goals
534(1)
Summary
535(1)
Key Terms
536(1)
Key People
536(1)
Taking It to the Net
537(1)
E-Learning Tools
537(2)
CHAPTER 17 Schools
539(38)
The Story of Reggio Emilia's Children
540(37)
Exploring Children's Schooling
541(2)
Contemporary Approaches to Children's Schooling
541(1)
Schools' Changing Social Developmental Contexts
541(2)
Schools and Developmental Status
543(12)
Early Childhood Education
543(1)
Careers in Child Development
Yolanda Garcia, Director of Children's Services/Head Start
548(1)
The Transition to Elementary School
549(1)
Careers in Child Development
Susan Bradburn, Elementary School Teacher
550(1)
Schools for Adolescents
550(3)
Careers in Child Development
Mark Fodness, Middle School Teacher
553(2)
Socioeconomic Status and Ethnicity in Schools
555(4)
Socioeconomic Status
555(1)
Ethnicity
556(1)
Careers in Child Development
James Comer, Child Psychiatrist
558(1)
Children with Disabilities
559(5)
Who Are Children with Disabilities?
559(1)
Learning Disabilities
560(2)
Attention Deficit Hyperactivity Disorder (ADHD)
562(1)
Educational Issues
563(1)
Achievement
564(8)
Need for Achievement
564(1)
Extrinsic and Intrinsic Motivation
565(2)
Mastery Motivation
567(1)
Explorations in Child Development Teachers Who Care
568(1)
Self-Efficacy
568(1)
Goal Setting, Planning, and Self Monitoring
569(1)
Ethnicity and Culture
570(2)
Reach Your Learning Goals
572(1)
Summary
573(1)
Key Terms
574(1)
Key People
574(1)
Taking It to the Net
575(1)
E-Learning Tools
575(2)
CHAPTER 18 Culture
577
The Stories of Sonya's and Michael's Cultural Conflicts
578
Culture and Children's Development
578(5)
What Is Culture?
579(1)
The Relevance of Culture to the Study of Children
579(1)
Cross-Cultural Comparisons
580(3)
Socioeconomic Status and Poverty
583(5)
What Is Socioeconomic Status?
583(1)
Socioeconomic Variations in Families, Neighborhoods, and Schools
584(1)
Poverty
585(3)
Ethnicity
588
Immigration
588(1)
Ethnicity and Socioeconomic Status
588(1)
Careers in Child Development
Carola Suarez-Orozco, Lecturer, Researcher and Codirector of Immigration Projects
589(1)
Differences and Diversity
590(1)
Prejudice, Discrimination, and Bias
591(1)
Assimilation and Pluralism
592(1)
America: A Nation of Blended Cultures
592(1)
Explorations in Child Development Canada
593(1)
Technology
594(1)
Television
594(1)
Computers and the Internet
597(3)
Reach Your Learning Goals
600(1)
Summary
601(1)
Key Terms
602(1)
Key People
602(1)
Taking It to the Net
603(1)
E-Learning Tools
603
Appendix
A-1
Glossary
G-1
References
R-1
Credits
C-1
Name Index
NI-1
Subject Index
SI-1


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