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1 Studying Early Childhood Development in a Diverse World
2 Research and Assessment in Early Childhood Development
3 Theories of Child Development
4 Genetics, Prenatal Development, and Birth
5 The Newborn
6 Physical Growth of Infants and Toddlers
7 Cognitive Development of Infant and Toddlers
8 Infant and Toddler Language and Literacy
9 Infant and Toddler Social and Emotional Development
10 Preschool Physical and Motor Development
11 Cognitive Development in the Preschool Years
12 Symbolic Thought: Play, Language, and Literacy in the Preschool Years
13 Social and Emotional Development of Preschoolers
14 Physical Growth and Motor Development in the Primary Years
15 Cognitive Development in the Primary Years
16 Language and Literacy in the Primary Years
17 Social and Emotional Development in the Primary Years
18 Parents, Families, and Children: A Multicultural Perspective