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Childhood And Adolescence: Voyages In Development

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Summary

1. History, Theories, and Methods. 2. Heredity and Conception. 3. Prenatal Development. 4. Birth and the Newborn Baby: In the New World. 5. Infancy: Physical Development. 6. Infancy: Cognitive Development. 7. Infancy: Social and Emotional Development. 8. Early Childhood: Physical Development. 9. Early Childhood: Cognitive Development. 10. Early Childhood: Social and Emotional Development. 11. Middle Childhood: Physical Development. 12. Middle Childhood: Cognitive Development. 13. Middle Childhood: Social and Emotional Development. 14. Adolescence: Physical Development. 15. Adolescence: Cognitive Development. 16. Adolescence: Social and Emotional Development.

Table of Contents

Part 1 What Is Child Development?
History, Theories, and Methods
1(48)
Truth or Fiction
1(1)
Preview
1(1)
What Is Child Development? Coming to Terms with Terms
2(4)
Why Do We Study Child Development?
3(1)
The Development of Child Development
4(2)
Theories of Child Development
6(26)
What Are Theories of Child Development? Why Do We Have Them?
7(1)
The Psychoanalytic Perspective
7(3)
Concept Review 1.1: Comparison of Freud's and Erikson's Stages of Development
10(2)
The Learning Perspective: Behavioral and Social Cognitive Theories
12(2)
Operant Conditioning of Vocalizations in Infants
14(4)
The Cognitive Perspective
18(2)
Concept Review 1.2: Jean Piaget's Stages of Cognitive Development
20(2)
The Biological Perspective
22(1)
The Ecological Perspective
23(2)
Influence of the Macrosystem on the Development of Independence
25(1)
The Sociocultural Perspective
26(4)
Concept Review: 1.3 Perspectives on Child Development
30(2)
Controversies in Child Development
32(3)
The Nature--Nurture Controversy
32(1)
The Continuity--Discontinuity Controversy
33(1)
The Active--Passive Controversy
33(2)
How Do We Study Child Development?
35(7)
The Scientific Method
35(1)
Gathering Information
36(1)
Correlation: Putting Things Together
37(1)
The Experiment: Trying Things Out
38(2)
Longitudinal Research: Studying Development over Time
40(1)
Concept Review 1.4: Comparison of Cross-Sectional and Longitudinal Research
40(2)
Ethical Considerations
42(1)
Recite: An Active Summary
43(3)
Key Terms
46(1)
Active Learning Resources
47(2)
Part 2 Beginnings
Heredity and Conception
49(28)
Truth or Fiction
49(1)
Preview
49(1)
The Influence of Heredity on Development: The Nature of Nature
50(14)
Chromosomes and Genes
51(1)
Mitosis and Meiosis
51(1)
Identical and Fraternal Twins
52(1)
Dominant and Recessive Traits
53(2)
Chromosomal Abnormalities
55(1)
Concept Review 2.1: Chromosomal and Genetic Disorders
56(2)
Genetic Abnormalities
58(2)
Genetic Counseling and Prenatal Testing
60(1)
Gene Therapy
60(2)
Prenatal Assessment
62(2)
Heredity and the Environment: Nature versus Nurture
64(2)
Kinship Studies: Are the Traits of Relatives Related?
64(1)
Twin Studies: Looking in the Genetic Mirror
64(1)
Adoption Studies
65(1)
Conception: Against All Odds
66(7)
Ova
66(1)
Sperm Cells
67(1)
Infertility and Other Ways of Becoming Parents
68(2)
Selecting the Sex of Your Child: Fantasy or Reality?
70(1)
Clinics' Pitch to Indian Emigres: It's a Boy
71(2)
Recite: An Active Summary
73(2)
Key Terms
75(1)
Active Learning Resources
75(2)
Prenatal Development
77(34)
Truth or Fiction
77(1)
Preview
77(1)
The Germinal Stage: Wanderings
78(2)
Without Visible Means of Support . . .
79(1)
The Embryonic Stage
80(5)
Sexual Differentiation
81(3)
The Amniotic Sac: A Shock Absorber
84(1)
The Placenta: A Filtration System
84(1)
Genetic Factors in Sexual Differentiation
84(1)
The Fetal Stage
85(5)
Fetal Perception: Bach at Breakfast and Beethoven at Brunch?
87(1)
Concept Review 3.1: Highlights of Prenatal Development
88(1)
Fetal Movements
89(1)
Environmental Influences on Prenatal Development
90(16)
Nutrition
90(2)
Teratogens and Health Problems of the Mother
92(1)
Spacing Children the Goldilocks Way: What Is ``Just Right''?
92(2)
Preventing One's Baby from Being Infected with HIV
94(2)
Drugs Taken by the Parents
96(5)
Environmental Hazards
101(1)
Concept Review 3.2: Risks of Various Agents to the Embryo and Fetus
102(2)
Maternal Stress
104(1)
Parents' Age
104(2)
Recite: An Active Summary
106(2)
Key Terms
108(1)
Active Learning Resources
109(2)
Birth and the Newborn Baby: In the New World
111(38)
Truth or Fiction
111(1)
Preview
111(1)
Countdown . . .
112(1)
The Stages of Childbirth
113(4)
The First Stage
113(1)
The Second Stage
114(1)
Birth
115(1)
The Third Stage
116(1)
Methods of Childbirth
117(4)
Anesthesia
117(1)
Prepared Childbirth
117(1)
Cesarean Section
118(2)
Laboring Through the Birthing Options
120(1)
Birth Problems
121(6)
Oxygen Deprivation
121(1)
Preterm and Low-Birth-Weight Infants
122(2)
Maternal and Infant Mortality Around the World
124(3)
The Postpartum Period
127(2)
Maternal Depression
127(1)
Bonding
128(1)
Characteristics of Neonates
129(15)
Assessing the Health of Neonates
129(1)
Reflexes
129(3)
Sensory Capabilities
132(2)
Studying Visual Acuity in Neonates: How Well Can They See?
134(3)
Learning: Really Early Childhood ``Education''
137(1)
Sleeping and Waking
138(4)
Sudden Infant Death Syndrome (SIDS)
142(2)
Recite: An Active Summary
144(2)
Key Terms
146(1)
Active Learning Resources
147(2)
Part 3 Infancy
Infancy: Physical Development
149(34)
Truth or Fiction
149(1)
Preview
149(1)
Physical Growth and Development
150(9)
Sequences of Physical Development: Head First?
150(1)
Growth Patterns in Height and Weight: Heading Toward the Greek Ideal?
151(1)
Concept Review 5.1: Sequences of Physical Development
152(2)
Failure to Thrive
154(1)
Nutrition: Fueling Development
155(1)
Breast Feeding Versus Bottle Feeding: Pros and Cons, Biological and Political
156(1)
Alleviating Protein-Energy Malnutrition (PEM)
157(2)
Development of the Brain and Nervous System
159(5)
Development of Neurons
159(2)
Development of the Brain
161(3)
Motor Development: How Moving
164(4)
Lifting and Holding the Torso and Head: Heads Up
164(1)
Control of the Hands: Getting a Grip on Things
164(1)
Locomotion: Getting a Move On
165(1)
Nature and Nurture in Motor Development
166(2)
Sensory and Perceptual Development: Taking in the World
168(11)
Development of Vision: The Better to See You With
169(3)
Strategies for Studying the Development of Shape Constancy
172(1)
Development of Hearing: The Better to Hear You With
173(1)
Development of Coordination of the Senses: If I See It, Can I Touch It?
174(1)
Do Children Play an Active or a Passive Role in Perceptual Development?
174(1)
Effects of Early Exposure to Garlic, Alcohol, and---Gulp---Veggies
175(1)
Sensation and Perception in Infancy
176(1)
Nature and Nurture in Perceptual Development
177(2)
Recite: An Active Summary
179(2)
Key Terms
181(1)
Active Learning Resources
181(2)
Infancy: Cognitive Development
183(34)
Truth or Fiction
183(1)
Preview
183(1)
Cognitive Development: Jean Piaget
184(10)
The Sensorimotor Stage
184(1)
Concept Review 6.1: The Six Substages of the Sensorimotor Stage, According to Piaget
185(4)
Development of Object Permanence
189(1)
Piaget's Sensorimotor Stage
189(3)
Evaluation of Piaget's Theory
192(1)
Orangutans, Chimps, Magpies, and Object Permanence
192(1)
Counting in the Crib? Findings from a ``Mickey-Mouse Experiment''
193(1)
Information Processing
194(2)
Infants' Memory
194(1)
Imitation: Infant See, Infant Do?
195(1)
Individual Differences in Intelligence Among Infants
196(3)
Testing Infants: Why and with What?
197(1)
Instability of Intelligence Scores Attained in Infancy
197(1)
Use of Visual Recognition Memory: An Effort to Enhance Predictability
198(1)
Language Development
199(14)
Early Vocalizations
200(1)
Babbling Here, There, and Everywhere
201(1)
Development of Vocabulary
202(1)
Teaching Sign Language to Infants
203(1)
Development of Sentences: Telegraphic Speech
204(1)
Theories of Language Development: Can You Make a Houseplant Talk?
205(1)
Two-Word Sentences Here, There, and . . .
206(2)
Talking to Infants
208(3)
``Motherese''
211(2)
Recite: An Active Summary
213(2)
Key Terms
215(1)
Active Learning Resources
215(2)
Infancy: Social and Emotional Development
217(44)
Truth or Fiction
217(1)
Preview
217(1)
Attachment: Bonds That Endure
218(11)
Patterns of Attachment
218(2)
Cross-Cultural Patterns of Attachment
220(1)
Establishing Attachment
221(2)
Stability of Attachment
223(1)
Stages of Attachment
223(1)
Theories of Attachment
224(3)
Hormones and Attachment: Of Mice and Men---and Women and Infants
227(1)
Concept Review 7.1: Theories of Attachment
228(1)
When Attachment Fails
229(12)
Social Deprivation
229(3)
Child Abuse and Neglect
232(2)
How Child Abuse May Set the Stage for Psychological Disorders in Adulthood
234(3)
What to Do If You Think a Child Has Been the Victim of Sexual Abuse
237(1)
Autism Spectrum Disorders: Alone Among the Crowd
238(3)
Day Care
241(3)
How Does Day Care Affect Bonds of Attachment?
242(1)
How Does Day Care Influence Social and Cognitive Development?
242(1)
Finding Day Care You (and Your Child) Can Live With
243(1)
Emotional Development
244(5)
Theories of the Development of Emotions
245(1)
Fear of Strangers
246(2)
Social Referencing: What Should I Do Now?
248(1)
Emotional Regulation: Keeping on an Even Keel
248(1)
Personality Development
249(7)
The Self-Concept
249(1)
Temperament: Easy, Difficult, or Slow to Warm Up?
250(3)
Gender
253(1)
Sex Differences
254(2)
Recite: An Active Summary
256(3)
Key Terms
259(1)
Active Learning Resources
259(2)
Part 4 Early Childhood
Early Childhood: Physical Development
261(30)
Truth or Fiction
261(1)
Preview
261(1)
Growth Patterns
262(3)
Height and Weight
262(1)
Development of the Brain
262(3)
Motor Development
265(8)
Gross Motor Skills
265(1)
Physical Activity
266(2)
Fine Motor Skills
268(1)
Children's Drawings
268(1)
Sex Differences in Motor Activity
268(1)
Handedness
269(2)
Gross and Fine Motor Skills
271(2)
Nutrition
273(1)
Nutritional Needs
273(1)
Patterns of Eating
273(1)
Health and Illness
274(4)
Minor Illnesses
274(1)
Ten Things You Need to Know About Immunizations
275(1)
Major Illnesses
276(1)
Lead Poisoning: Assessing the Risk
277(1)
Ethnicity, Level of Income, and Immunization in the United States
278(1)
Accidents
278(2)
Sleep
280(3)
Sleep Disorders
280(1)
Cross-Cultural Differences in Sleeping Arrangements
281(2)
Elimination Disorders
283(3)
Enuresis
283(1)
What To Do About Bed-Wetting
284(1)
Encopresis
285(1)
Recite: An Active Summary
286(2)
Key Terms
288(1)
Active Learning Resources
289(2)
Early Childhood: Cognitive Development
291(35)
Truth or Fiction
291(1)
Preview
291(1)
Jean Piaget's Preoperational Stage
292(10)
Symbolic Thought
292(1)
Symbolic or Pretend Play: ``We Could Make Believe''
292(1)
Operations: ``Transformers'' of the Mind
293(1)
Egocentrism: It's All About Me
294(1)
Causality: Why? Because
294(2)
Confusion of Mental and Physical Events: On ``Galaprocks'' and Dreams That Are Real
296(1)
Focus on One Dimension at a Time: Mental Blinders
296(2)
Piaget's Preoperational Stage
298(1)
Cognitive Development and Concepts of Ethnicity and Race
299(1)
Evaluation of Piaget
300(1)
Concept Review 9.1: Features of Preoperational Cognition, According to Piaget
300(2)
Factors in Cognitive Development: On Being in ``the Zone'' (of Proximal Development)
302(7)
Scaffolding and the Zone of Proximal Development: Zoning for Cognitive Development
302(1)
Being at Home: The Effect of the Home Environment
303(1)
Effects of Early Childhood Education: Does It Give Preschoolers a Head Start?
304(1)
Cultural Variation in the Home Environment
304(2)
Television: Window on the World or Prison Within a False World?
306(1)
Helping Children Use Television Wisely
307(2)
Theory of Mind: What Is the Mind? How Does It Work?
309(3)
False Beliefs: Just Where Are Those Crayons?
309(1)
Origins of Knowledge: Where Does It Come From?
310(1)
The Appearance--Reality Distinction: Appearances Are More Deceiving at Some Ages Than at Others
311(1)
Development of Memory: Creating Files and Retrieving Them
312(4)
Memory Tasks: Recognition and Recall
312(1)
Competence of Memory in Early Childhood
312(2)
Factors Influencing Memory
314(1)
Memory Strategies: Remembering to Remember
315(1)
Language Development: Why ``Daddy Goed Away''
316(7)
Development of Vocabulary: Words, Words, and More Words
317(1)
Development of Grammar: Toward More Complex Language
318(2)
Pragmatics: Preschoolers Can Be Practical
320(1)
The Relationship Between Language and Cognition
321(1)
Does Cognitive Development Precede Language Development?
321(1)
Does Language Development Precede Cognitive Development?
321(1)
The Interactionist View: Outer Speech and Inner Speech
322(1)
Recite: An Active Summary
323(2)
Key Terms
325(1)
Active Learning Resources
325(1)
Early Childhood: Social and Emotional Development
326(43)
Truth or Fiction
327(1)
Preview
327(1)
Influences on Development: Parents, Siblings, and Peers
328(12)
Dimensions of Child Rearing: What Parents Are Like
328(1)
How Parents Enforce Restrictions
329(1)
Parenting Styles: How Parents Transmit Values and Standards
330(2)
Effects of the Situation and the Child on Parenting Styles
332(1)
Influence of Siblings: Brothers and Sisters Matter
332(2)
Individualism, Collectivism, and Patterns of Child Rearing
334(2)
Birth Order: Not Just Where in the World But Also Where in the Family
336(1)
Peer Relationships
337(1)
The Case of the (In) Visible Father
338(2)
Social Behaviors: In the World, Among Others
340(10)
Play---Child's Play, That Is
340(4)
Prosocial Behavior: It Could Happen, and Does
344(1)
Development of Aggression: The Dark Side of Social Interaction
345(1)
Theories of Aggression
346(4)
Personality and Emotional Development
350(3)
The Self
350(1)
Initiative Versus Guilt
351(1)
Fears: The Horrors of Early Childhood
351(1)
Helping Children Cope with Fears
352(1)
Development of Gender Roles and Sex Differences
353(10)
Sex Differences
354(1)
Theories of the Development of Sex Differences
355(2)
Gender
357(1)
Concept Review 10.1: Theories of the Development of Sex Differences
358(3)
Psychological Androgyny
361(2)
Recite: An Active Summary
363(3)
Key Terms
366(1)
Active Learning Resources
367(2)
Part 4 Middle Childhood
Middle Childhood: Physical Development
369(24)
Truth or Fiction
369(1)
Preview
369(1)
Growth Patterns
370(5)
Height and Weight
370(1)
Nutrition and Growth
370(1)
Sex Similarities and Differences in Physical Growth
371(1)
Childhood Obesity
372(1)
Treating High Blood Pressure in Middle Childhood
373(1)
Helping Children Lose Weight
374(1)
Motor Development
375(4)
Gross Motor Skills
375(1)
Fine Motor Skills
376(1)
Sex Similarities and Differences in Motor Development
376(1)
Concept Review 11.1: Development of Motor Skills During Middle Childhood
377(1)
Exercise and Fitness
378(1)
Children with Disabilities
379(9)
Attention-Deficit/Hyperactivity Disorder (ADHD)
380(2)
African American Youth and ADHD
382(2)
Learning Disabilities
384(1)
Concept Review 11.2: Types of Learning Disabilities
384(2)
Educating Children with Disabilities
386(2)
Recite: An Active Summary
388(2)
Key Terms
390(1)
Active Learning Resources
391(2)
Middle Childhood: Cognitive Development
393(46)
Truth or Fiction
393(1)
Preview
393(1)
Piaget: The Concrete-Operational Stage
394(5)
Conservation
394(1)
Piaget's Concrete-Operational Stage
395(1)
Transitivity
396(1)
Class Inclusion
397(1)
Applications of Piaget's Theory to Education
398(1)
Concept Review 12.1: Aspects of Concrete-Operational Thinking
398(1)
Evaluation of Piaget's Theory
399(1)
Moral Development: The Child as Juror
399(5)
Piaget's Theory of Moral Development
400(1)
Kohlberg's Theory of Moral Development
401(3)
Information Processing: Learning, Remembering, Problem Solving
404(7)
Development of Selective Attention
404(1)
Developments in the Storage and Retrieval of Information
405(3)
Development of Recall Memory
408(1)
Development of Metacognition and Metamemory
409(1)
Children's Eyewitness Testimony
410(1)
Intellectual Development, Creativity, and Achievement
411(18)
Theories of Intelligence
412(2)
Concept Review 12.2: Theories of Intelligence
414(1)
Measurement of Intellectual Development
415(1)
``Emotional Intelligence''
415(6)
Patterns of Intellectual Development
421(1)
Differences in Intellectual Development
422(1)
Creativity and Intellectual Development
423(1)
Socioeconomic and Ethnic Differences in IQ
424(2)
Determinants of Intellectual Development
426(3)
Language Development and Literacy
429(4)
Vocabulary and Grammar
429(1)
Reading Skills and Literacy
429(1)
Methods of Teaching Reading
430(1)
The Diversity of Children's Linguistic Experiences in the United States: Ebonics and Bilingualism
431(2)
Recite: An Active Summary
433(4)
Key Terms
437(1)
Active Learning Resources
437(2)
Middle Childhood: Social and Emotional Development
439(36)
Truth or Fiction
439(1)
Preview
439(1)
Theories of Social and Emotional Development in Middle Childhood
440(6)
Psychoanalytic Theory
440(1)
Social Cognitive Theory
441(1)
Cognitive-Developmental Theory and Social Cognition
441(1)
Development of the Self-Concept in Middle Childhood
442(3)
The Self-Concept
445(1)
The Family
446(7)
Parent--Child Relationships
446(1)
Lesbian and Gay Parents
447(1)
Generation X or Generation Ex? What Happens to Children Whose Parents Get Divorced?
447(4)
The Effects of Maternal Employment
451(2)
Peer Relationships
453(3)
Peers as Socialization Influences
453(1)
Peer Acceptance and Rejection
453(1)
Development of Friendships
454(2)
The School
456(5)
Entry into School: Getting to Know You
456(1)
The School Environment: Setting the Stage for Success, or . . .
457(1)
Bullying: An Epidemic of Misbehavior and Fear
458(1)
Teachers: Setting Limits, Making Demands, Communicating Values, and Teaching the Subject Matter
459(2)
Social and Emotional Problems
461(10)
Conduct Disorders
461(2)
Childhood Depression
463(2)
Childhood Anxiety
465(1)
Concept Review 13.1: Social and Emotional Problems That May Emerge During Middle Childhood
466(3)
Problems? No Problem. (For Some Children)
469(2)
Recite: An Active Summary
471(2)
Key Terms
473(1)
Active Learning Resources
473(2)
Part 5 Adolescence
Adolescence: Physical Development
475(42)
Truth or Fiction
475(1)
Preview
475(2)
Puberty: The Biological Eruption
477(11)
The Adolescent Growth Spurt: Changed Forever
477(3)
Pubertal Changes in Boys
480(1)
Pubertal Changes in Girls
481(1)
Concept Review 14.1: Stages of Pubertal Development in Males
482(2)
Early Versus Late Maturers: Does It Matter When You Arrive, as Long as You Do?
484(1)
Concept Review 14.2: Stages of Pubertal Development in Females
485(2)
Body Image in Adolescence
487(1)
Emerging Sexuality and the Risks of Sexually Transmitted Infections
488(6)
Risk Factors
489(1)
HIV/AIDS
489(3)
Prevention of Sexually Transmitted Infections
492(1)
Preventing HIV/AIDS and Other STIs: It's More than Safe(r) Sex
493(1)
Health in Adolescence
494(17)
Risk Taking in Adolescence
494(1)
Nutrition: An Abundance of Food
495(1)
An Abundance of Eating Disorders: When Dieting Turns Deadly
496(5)
Substance Abuse and Dependence: Where Does It Begin? Where Does It End?
501(7)
Sex, Education, and Substance Abuse
508(3)
Recite: An Active Summary
511(3)
Key Terms
514(1)
Active Learning Resources
515(2)
Adolescence: Cognitive Development
517(28)
Truth or Fiction
517(1)
Preview
517(1)
The Adolescent in Thought: My, My, How ``Formal''
518(10)
Piaget's Stage of Formal Operations
518(1)
Piaget's Formal Operational Stage: Abstraction and Hypothetical Propositions
519(1)
The Puzzle and the Pendulum
520(2)
Adolescent Egocentrism: Center Stage
522(1)
Sex Differences in Cognitive Abilities
523(5)
The Adolescent in Judgment: Moral Development
528(4)
The Postconventional Level
528(1)
Moral Behavior and Moral Reasoning: Is There a Relationship?
529(1)
Cross-Cultural and Sex Differences in Moral Development
530(2)
The Adolescent in School
532(4)
Making the Transition from Elementary School
532(1)
Dropping Out of School
533(1)
Beyond the Classroom: How Parents Can Help Teenagers Improve Their Academic Performance
534(2)
The Adolescent at Work: Career Development and Work Experience
536(5)
Career Development
536(3)
Adolescents in the Workforce
539(2)
Recite: An Active Summary
541(1)
Key Terms
542(1)
Active Learning Resources
543(2)
Adolescence: Social and Emotional Development
545
Truth or Fiction
545(1)
Preview
545(1)
Development of Identity and the Self-Concept: ``Who Am I?'' (And Who Else?)
546(9)
Erikson's View of Identity Development
546(1)
``Identity Statuses'': Searching for the Self, Making a Commitment
547(1)
Concept Review 16.1: The Four Identity Statuses of James Marcia
548(1)
Ethnicity and Development of Identity
549(2)
Gender Roles and Development of Identity
551(1)
Development of the Self-Concept in Adolescence
552(1)
Ethnicity, Gender Roles, and Self-Esteem
553(1)
Self-Esteem in Adolescence: Bottoming? Rising?
554(1)
Relationships with Parents and Peers
555(6)
Relationships with Parents
555(1)
Relationships with Peers
556(5)
Sexuality: When? What? (How?) Who? Where? and Why?---Not to Mention, ``Should I?''
561(9)
Masturbation
561(1)
Sexual Orientation
561(2)
Male-Female Sexual Behavior
563(2)
Youth and Online Sexual Solicitation
565(1)
Teenage Pregnancy
566(2)
What Parents Want from Sex Education Courses
568(2)
Juvenile Delinquency
570(3)
Ethnicity and Juvenile Delinquency
571(1)
Sex Differences in Juvenile Delinquency
571(1)
Who Are the Delinquents? What Are They Like?
571(1)
Prevention and Treatment of Juvenile Delinquency
572(1)
Suicide: When the Adolescent Has Everything to Lose
573(3)
Risk Factors in Suicide
573(1)
Warning Signs of Suicide
574(1)
Ethnicity, Sex, and Suicide
575(1)
Epilogue: Emerging Adulthood---Bridging Adolescence and the Life Beyond
576(2)
Recite: An Active Summary
578(3)
Key Terms
581(1)
Active Learning Resources
581
Answers to Active Reviews 1(1)
Glossary 1(1)
References 1(1)
Credits 1(1)
Name Index 1(16)
Subject Index 17


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