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Life-Span Development with LifeMAP CD-ROM and PowerWeb

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Edition:
10th
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9780073194172

ISBN10:
0073194174
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Paperback
Pub. Date:
4/11/2005
Publisher(s):
McGraw-Hill Humanities/Social Sciences/Languages

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Summary

Driven by learning goals, previous editions of this text have been widely adopted for their accurate and up-to-date coverage. While maintaining these hallmarks, this revision includes increased coverage of adulthood and aging, two new "Interlude" features on research and diversity, and updated research with more 21st-century citations than ever before.

Table of Contents

Preface xviii
Expert Consultants xxx
A Visual Tour for Students xxxiv
SECTION 1 The Life-Span Developmental Perspective
Introduction
2(26)
Images of Life-Span Development How Did Ted Kaczynski Become Ted Kaczynski and Alice Walker Become Alice Walker?
4(1)
The Life-Span Perspective
5(11)
What Is Life-Span Development?
5(1)
The Historical Perspective
5(2)
Characteristics of the Life-Span Perspective
7(1)
Careers in Life-Span Development K. Warner Schaie, Professor of Human Development
8(1)
Some Contemporary Concerns
9(1)
Careers in Life-Span Development Luis Vargas, Child Clinical Psychologist
10(3)
Diversity in Life-Span Development Women's Struggle for Equality: An International Journey
13(3)
Developmental Processes and Periods
16(6)
Biological, Cognitive, and Socioemotional Processes
17(1)
Periods of Development
18(1)
Research in Life-Span Development Memory in the A.M. and P.M. and Memory for Something Meaningful
19(1)
Age and Happiness
20(1)
Conceptions of Age
21(1)
Developmental Issues
22(3)
Nature and Nuture
22(1)
Continuity and Discontinuity
23(1)
Stability and Change
23(1)
Evaluating the Developmental Issues
24(1)
Reach Your Learning Goals
25(1)
Summary
26(1)
Key Terms
26(1)
Key People
26(1)
E-Learning Tools
27(1)
APPENDIX Careers in Life-Span Development
28
The Science of Life-Span Development
38(36)
Images of Life-Span Development The Childhoods of Erikson and Piaget
40(1)
Theories of Development
41(14)
Psychoanalytic Theories
42(3)
Cognitive Theories
45(3)
Behavioral and Social Cognitive Theories
48(2)
Ethological Theory
50(1)
Ecological Theory
51(2)
Diversity in Life-Span Development Culture and Child Rearing
53(1)
An Eclectic Theoretical Orientation
53(2)
Research in Life-Span Development
55(10)
Types of Research
55(5)
Time Span of Research
60(3)
Research in Life-Span Development Research Journals
63(2)
Facing Up to Research Challenges
65(6)
Conducting Ethical Research
65(1)
Minimizing Bias
66(2)
Careers in Life-Span Development Pam Reid, Educational and Developmental Psychologist
68(1)
Being a Wise Consumer of Information About Life-Span Development
68(3)
Reach Your Learning Goals
71(1)
Summary
71(1)
Key Terms
72(1)
Key People
73(1)
E-Learning Tools
73(1)
SECTION 2 Beginnings
Biological Beginnings
74(28)
Images of Life-Span Development The Jim and Jim Twins
76(1)
The Evolutionary Perspective
77(3)
Natural Selection and Adaptive Behavior
77(1)
Evolutionary Psychology
78(2)
Genetic Foundations
80(8)
The Genetic Process
80(2)
Genetic Principles
82(3)
Chromosome and Gene-Linked Abnormalities
85(2)
Careers in Life-Span Development Holly Ishmael, Genetic Counselor
87(1)
Reproductive Challenges and Choices
88(6)
Prenatal Diagnostic Tests
89(1)
Infertility and Reproductive Technology
89(1)
Adoption
90(3)
Diversity in Life-Span Development The Increased Diversity of Adopted Children and Adoptive Parents
93(1)
Heredity, Environment, and Individual Differences
94(5)
Behavior Genetics
94(1)
Research in Life-Span Development Genes and Longevity
95(1)
Heredity-Environment Correlations
96(1)
Shared and Nonshared Environmental Experiences
97(1)
The Epigenetic View
97(1)
Conclusions About Heredity-Environment Interaction
98(1)
Reach Your Learning Goals
99(1)
Summary
100(1)
Key Terms
101(1)
Key People
101(1)
E-Learning Tools
101(1)
Prenatal Development and Birth
102(32)
Images of Life-Span Development Tanner Roberts' Birth: A Fantastic Voyage
104(1)
Prenatal Development
105(14)
The Course of Prenatal Development
105(3)
Teratology and Hazards to Prenatal Development
108(8)
Prenatal Care
116(1)
Diversity in Life-Span Development Prenatal Care in the United States and Around the World
117(1)
Cultural Beliefs About Pregnancy
118(1)
Normal Prenatal Development
118(1)
Birth
119(9)
The Birth Process
119(2)
Careers in Life-Span Development Linda Pugh, Perinatal Nurse
121(2)
Low Birth Weight Infants
123(2)
Research in Life-Span Development Tiffany Field's Research on Massage Therapy
125(1)
Measures of Neonatal Health and Responsiveness
126(2)
The Postpartum Period
128(3)
What Is the Postpartum Period?
128(1)
Physical Adjustments
128(1)
Emotional and Psychological Adjustments
129(1)
Bonding
130(1)
Reach Your Learning Goals
131(1)
Summary
132(1)
Key Terms
133(1)
Key People
133(1)
E-Learning Tools
133(1)
SECTION 3 Infancy
Physical Development in Infancy
134(36)
Images of Life-Span Development Breast and Bottle Feeding in the Third World
136(1)
Physical Growth and Development in Infancy
137(13)
Cephalocaudal and Proximodistal Patterns
137(1)
Height and Weight
138(1)
The Brain
138(5)
Sleep
143(2)
Nutrition
145(2)
Diversity in Life-Span Development A Healthy Start
147(1)
Toilet Training
148(1)
Careers in Life-Span Development T. Berry Brazelton, Pediatrician
149(1)
Motor Development
150(7)
Dynamic Systems Theory
150(1)
Reflexes
151(1)
Gross Motor Skills
152(4)
Fine Motor Skills
156(1)
Sensory and Perceptual Development
157(10)
What Are Sensation and Perception?
157(1)
The Ecological View
158(1)
Research in Life-Span Development Studying the Newborn's Perception
158(2)
Visual Perception
160(3)
Other Senses
163(2)
Intermodal Perception
165(1)
Perceptual-Motor Coupling
166(1)
Reach Your Learning Goals
167(1)
Summary
167(1)
Key Terms
168(1)
Key People
168(1)
E-Learning Tools
169(1)
Cognitive Development in Infancy
170(28)
Images of Life-Span Development Laurent, Lucienne, and Jacqueline
172(1)
Piaget's Theory of Infant Development
173(7)
Cognitive Processes
173(1)
The Sensorimotor Stage of Development
174(3)
Research in Life-Span Development Object Permanence and Causality
177(3)
Learning and Remembering
180(3)
Conditioning
180(1)
Attention
180(1)
Imitation
181(1)
Memory
182(1)
Individual Differences in Intelligence
183(2)
Careers in Life-Span Development Toosje Thyssen VanBeveren, Infant Assessment Specialist
184(1)
Language Development
185(10)
What Is Language?
185(1)
Language's Rule Systems
185(2)
How Language Develops
187(3)
Biological and Environmental Influences
190(2)
Diversity in Life-Span Development Language Environment, Poverty, and Language Development
192(3)
Reach Your Learning Goals
195(1)
Summary
196(1)
Key Terms
197(1)
Key People
197(1)
E-Learning Tools
197(1)
Socioemotional Development in Infancy
198(26)
Images of Life-Span Development The Story of Tom's Fathering
200(1)
Emotional and Personality Development
200(10)
Emotional Development
201(4)
Temperament
205(3)
Personality Development
208(2)
Attachment
210(5)
Theories of Attachment
210(1)
Individual Differences and the Strange Situation
211(2)
The Significance of Attachment
213(1)
Caregiving Styles and Attachment Classification
214(1)
Social Contexts
215(6)
The Family
215(2)
Child Care
217(1)
Diversity in Life-Span Development Child-Care Policy Around the World
218(1)
Careers in Life-Span Development Rashmi Nakhre, Day-Care Director
219(1)
Research in Life-Span Development A National Longitudinal Study of Child Care
219(2)
Reach Your Learning Goals
221(1)
Summary
222(1)
Key Terms
223(1)
Key People
223(1)
E-Learning Tools
223(1)
SECTION 4 Early Childhood
Physical and Cognitive Development in Early Childhood
224(30)
Images of Life-Span Development Reggio Emilia's Children
226(1)
Physical Changes
227(7)
Body Growth and Change
227(2)
Motor Development
229(2)
Nutrition
231(1)
Illness and Death
232(2)
Cognitive Changes
234(11)
Piaget's Preoperational Stage
234(3)
Vygotsky's Theory
237(3)
Information Processing
240(2)
Research in Life-Span Development How Parents Can Subtly Suggest False Events to Their Children
242(3)
Language Development
245(1)
Early Childhood Education
246(5)
Variations in Early Childhood Education
246(2)
Education for Children Who Are Disadvantaged
248(1)
Careers in Life-Span Development Yolanda Garcia, Director of Children's Services/Head Start
249(1)
Issues in Early Childhood Education
249(1)
Diversity in Life-Span Development Early Childhood Education in Japan
250(1)
Reach Your Learning Goals
251(1)
Summary
252(1)
Key Terms
253(1)
Key People
253(1)
E-Learning Tools
253(1)
Socioemotional Development in Early Childhood
254(36)
Images of Life-Span Development Sara and Her Developing Moral Values
256(1)
Emotional and Personality Development
256(11)
The Self
257(1)
Emotional Development
258(1)
Moral Development
259(2)
Gender
261(5)
Research in Life-Span Development Young Children's Gender Schemas of Occupations
266(1)
Families
267(13)
Parenting
267(6)
Sibling Relationships and Birth Order
273(1)
Careers in Life-Span Development Darla Botkin, Marriage and Family Therapist
274(1)
The Changing Family in a Changing Society
275(3)
Diversity in Life-Span Development Acculturation and Ethnic Minority Parenting
278(2)
Peer Relations, Play, and Television
280(7)
Peer Relations
280(1)
Play
281(2)
Television
283(4)
Reach Your Learning Goals
287(1)
Summary
287(1)
Key Terms
288(1)
Key People
288(1)
E-Learning Tools
289(1)
SECTION 5 Middle and Late Childhood
Physical and Cognitive Development in Middle and Late Childhood
290(36)
Images of Life-Span Development Zhang Liyin
292(1)
Physical Changes and Health
293(4)
Body Growth and Proportion
293(1)
Motor Development
293(1)
Exercise and Sports
294(1)
Health, Illness, and Disease
295(1)
Careers in Life-Span Development Sharon McLeod, Child Life Specialist
296(1)
Children with Disabilities
297(4)
Who Are Children with Disabilities?
297(1)
Learning Disabilities
298(1)
Attention Deficit Hyperactivity Disorder (ADHD)
299(1)
Educational Issues
300(1)
Cognitive Changes
301(18)
Piaget's Theory
301(3)
Information Processing
304(4)
Intelligence
308(6)
Research in Life-Span Development The Abecedarian Project
314(4)
Careers in Life-Span Development Sterling Jones, Supervisor of Gifted and Talented Education
318(1)
Language Development
319(4)
Vocabulary and Grammar
320(1)
Reading
320(1)
Bilingualism
321(1)
Diversity in Life-Span Development Bilingual Education
321(2)
Reach Your Learning Goals
323(1)
Summary
323(2)
Key Terms
325(1)
Key People
325(1)
E-Learning Tools
325(1)
Socioemotional Development in Middle and Late Childhood
326(34)
Images of Life-Span Development Pax, the Make-Believe Planet
328(1)
Emotional and Personality Development
329(13)
The Self
329(2)
Emotional Development
331(1)
Moral Development
332(6)
Research in Life-Span Development The Consistency and Development of Prosocial Behavior
338(1)
Gender
338(4)
Families
342(3)
Parent-Child Issues
343(1)
Societal Changes in Families
343(2)
Peers
345(4)
Friends
346(1)
Peer Status
346(2)
Social Cognition
348(1)
Bullying
348(1)
Schools
349(7)
Contemporary Approaches to Student Learning and Assessment
350(1)
The Transition to Elementary School
351(1)
Socioeconomic Status and Ethnicity
351(3)
Careers in Life-Span Development James Comer, Child Psychiatrist
354(1)
Cross-Cultural Comparisons of Achievement
354(1)
Diversity in Life-Span Development Schooling and Achievement in U.S. and Asian Children
355(1)
Reach Your Learning Goals
356(1)
Summary
357(1)
Key Terms
358(1)
Key People
358(1)
E-Learning Tools
358(2)
SECTION 6 Adolescence
Physical and Cognitive Development in Adolescence
360(34)
Images of Life-Span Development The Best of Times and the Worst of Times for Today's Adolescents
362(1)
The Nature of Adolescence
362(2)
Physical Changes
364(10)
Puberty
365(4)
Adolescent Sexuality
369(4)
Careers in Life-Span Development Lynn Blankenship, Family and Consumer Science Educator
373(1)
The Brain
373(1)
Adolescent Problems and Health
374(8)
Substance Use and Abuse
374(3)
Research in Life-Span Development Evaluation of a Family Program Designed to Reduce Drinking and Smoking in Young Adolescents
377(1)
Eating Problems and Disorders
378(2)
Adolescent Health
380(2)
Adolescent Cognition
382(4)
Piaget's Theory
383(1)
Adolescent Egocentrism
384(1)
Information Processing
385(1)
Schools
386(5)
The Transition to Middle or Junior High School
386(1)
Effective Schools for Young Adolescents
387(1)
High School
388(1)
Diversity in Life-Span Development Cross-Cultural Comparisons of Secondary Schools
389(1)
Service Learning
390(1)
Reach Your Learning Goals
391(1)
Summary
392(1)
Key Terms
393(1)
Key People
393(1)
E-Learning Tools
393(1)
Socioemotional Development in Adolescence
394(36)
Images of Life-Span Development A 15-Year-Old Girl's Self-Description
396(1)
The Self and Emotional Development
397(7)
Self-Esteem
397(1)
Research in Life-Span Development Adolescents' Self-Images
397(1)
Identity
398(4)
Emotional Development
402(2)
Families
404(3)
Autonomy and Attachment
404(1)
Parent-Adolescent Conflict
405(2)
Peers
407(5)
Friendships
408(1)
Peer Groups
409(1)
Dating and Romantic Relationships
410(2)
Culture and Adolescent Development
412(7)
Cross-Cultural Comparisons
413(3)
Ethnicity
416(2)
Careers in Life-Span Development Carola Suarez-Orozco, Lecturer, Researcher, and Co-Director of Immigration Projects
418(1)
Diversity in Life-Span Development El Puente
419(1)
Adolescent Problems
419(7)
Juvenile Delinquency
420(2)
Depression and Suicide
422(1)
Careers in Life-Span Development Rodney Hammond, Health Psychologist
423(1)
The Interrelation of Problems and Successful Prevention/Intervention Programs
424(2)
Reach Your Learning Goals
426(1)
Summary
427(1)
Key Terms
428(1)
Key People
428(1)
E-Learning Tools
428(2)
SECTION 7 Early Adulthood
Physical and Cognitive Development in Early Adulthood
430(34)
Images of Life-Span Development Florence Griffith Joyner
432(1)
The Transition from Adolescence to Adulthood
432(4)
Becoming an Adult
432(2)
The Transition from High School to College
434(1)
Careers in Life-Span Development Grace Leaf, College/Career Counselor
435(1)
Physical Development
436(9)
The Peak and Slowdown in Physical Performance
437(1)
Eating and Weight
438(2)
Regular Exercise
440(1)
Substance Abuse
441(4)
Sexuality
445(6)
Sexual Orientation
445(2)
Sexually Transmitted Infections
447(2)
Forcible Sexual Behavior and Sexual Harassment
449(1)
Research in Life-Span Development Campus Sexual Assault
450(1)
Cognitive Development
451(4)
Cognitive Stages
451(2)
Creativity
453(1)
Careers in Life-Span Development Mihaly Csikszentmihalyi, University Professor and Researcher
454(1)
Careers and Work
455(5)
Developmental Changes
455(1)
Personality Types
455(1)
Values and Careers
456(1)
Monitoring the Occupational Outlook
456(1)
The Impact of Work
457(2)
Diversity in Life-Span Development Diversity in the Workplace
459(1)
Reach Your Learning Goals
460(1)
Summary
461(1)
Key Terms
462(1)
Key People
462(1)
E-Learning Tools
462(2)
Socioemotional Development in Early Adulthood
464(34)
Images of Life-Span Development Gwenna and Greg: Her Pursuit and His Lack of Commitment
466(1)
Continuity and Discontinuity from Childhood to Adulthood
467(3)
Temperament
467(1)
Attachment
468(2)
Attraction, Love, and Close Relationships
470(9)
Attraction
470(1)
The Faces of Love
471(4)
Falling Out of Love
475(1)
Research in Life-Span Development Personal Growth Following a Romantic Relationship Breakup
476(1)
Loneliness
477(2)
Marriage and the Family
479(8)
The Family Life Cycle
479(1)
Marriage
480(1)
Diversity in Life-Span Development Marriage Around the World
481(4)
Parental Roles
485(1)
Careers in Life-Span Development Janis Keyser, Parent Educator
486(1)
The Diversity of Adult Lifestyles
487(5)
Single Adults
487(1)
Cohabitating Adults
488(1)
Divorced Adults
488(2)
Remarried Adults
490(1)
Gay and Lesbian Adults
491(1)
Gender, Relationships, and Self-Development
492(3)
Women's Development
492(2)
Men's Development
494(1)
Reach Your Learning Goals
495(1)
Summary
496(1)
Key Terms
497(1)
Key People
497(1)
E-Learning Tools
497(1)
SECTION 8 Middle Adulthood
Physical and Cognitive Development in Middle Adulthood
498(28)
Images of Life-Span Development Time Perspectives
500(1)
Changing Middle Age
501(1)
Physical Development
502(11)
Physical Changes
502(3)
Research in Life-Span Development Fitness in Young Adults and Heart Health in Middle Age
505(1)
Health and Disease
505(2)
Diversity in Life-Span Development Health Promotion in African Americans, Latinos, Asian Americans, and Native Americans
507(2)
Mortality Rates
509(1)
Sexuality
509(4)
Cognitive Development
513(3)
Intelligence
513(1)
Information Processing
514(2)
Careers, Work, and Leisure
516(3)
Work in Midlife
516(1)
Job Satisfaction
517(1)
Career Challenges and Changes
517(1)
Leisure
518(1)
Religion and Meaning in Life
519(4)
Religion and Adult Lives
519(1)
Religion and Health
520(1)
Careers in Life-Span Development Alice McNair, Pastoral Counselor
521(1)
Meaning in Life
522(1)
Reach Your Learning Goals
523(1)
Summary
524(1)
Key Terms
525(1)
Key People
525(1)
E-Learning Tools
525(1)
Socioemotional Development in Middle Adulthood
526(26)
Images of Life-Span Development Middle-Age Variations
528(1)
Personality Theories and Development
529(8)
Adult Stage Theories
529(3)
The Life-Events Approach
532(1)
Stress in Midlife
533(1)
Contexts of Midlife Development
534(3)
Stability and Change
537(4)
Longitudinal Studies
537(3)
Conclusions
540(1)
Close Relationships
541(8)
Love and Marriage at Midlife
541(1)
The Empty Nest and Its Refilling
542(1)
Sibling Relationships and Friendships
543(1)
Grandparenting
543(2)
Intergenerational Relationships
545(1)
Research in Life-Span Development ``We Had a Nice Little Chat'': Mothers' and Daughters' Descriptions of Enjoyable Visits at Different Points in Adult Development
546(1)
Diversity in Life-Span Development Intergenerational Relationships in Mexican American Families: The Effects of Immigration and Acculturation
547(1)
Careers in Life-Span Development Lillian Troll, Professor of Psychology and Life-Span Development and Researcher on Families and Aging Women
548(1)
Reach Your Learning Goals
549(1)
Summary
550(1)
Key Terms
551(1)
Key People
551(1)
E-Learning Tools
551(1)
SECTION 9 Late Adulthood
Physical Development in Late Adulthood
552(28)
Images of Life-Span Development Learning to Age Successfully
554(1)
Longevity
555(6)
Life Expectancy and Life Span
555(2)
Diversity in Life-Span Development Living Longer in Okinawa
557(1)
The Young-Old, the Old-Old, and the Oldest-Old
558(1)
Biological Theories of Aging
559(2)
The Course of Physical Development in Late Adulthood
561(8)
The Aging Brain
562(2)
Research in Life-Span Development The Nun Study
564(1)
The Immune System
564(1)
Physical Appearance and Movement
565(1)
Sensory Development
565(3)
The Circulatory System and Lungs
568(1)
Sexuality
568(1)
Health
569(8)
Health Problems
569(2)
The Robust Oldest-Old
571(1)
Exercise, Nutrition, and Weight
572(3)
Substance Use and Abuse
575(1)
Health Treatment
575(1)
Careers in Life-Span Development Sarah Kagan, Geriatric Nurse
576(1)
Reach Your Learning Goals
577(1)
Summary
578(1)
Key Terms
579(1)
Key People
579(1)
E-Learning Tools
579(1)
Cognitive Development in Late Adulthood
580(26)
Images of Life-Span Development Lily Hearst and Sister Mary, Active Minds
582(1)
Cognitive Functioning in Older Adults
582(9)
Multidimensionality and Multidirectionality
583(5)
Education, Work, and Health
588(1)
Use It or Lose It
589(1)
Training Cognitive Skills
589(2)
Work and Retirement
591(3)
Work
591(1)
Retirement in the United States and Other Countries
592(1)
Diversity in Life-Span Development Work and Retirement in Japan, the United States, and Europe
593(1)
Adjustment to Retirement
593(1)
Mental Health
594(7)
Depression
594(1)
Dementia, Alzheimer Disease, and Other Afflictions
595(3)
Research in Life-Span Development The Stress of Caring for an Alzheimer Patient at Home
598(2)
Careers in Life-Span Development Jan Weaver, Director of the Alzheimer's Association of Dallas
600(1)
Fear of Victimization, Crime, and Elder Maltreatment
600(1)
Meeting the Mental Health Needs of Older Adults
600(1)
Religion
601(2)
Reach Your Learning Goals
603(1)
Summary
604(1)
Key Terms
605(1)
Key People
605(1)
E-Learning Tools
605(1)
Socioemotional Development in Late Adulthood
606(26)
Images of Life-Span Development Bob Cousy
608(1)
Theories of Socioemotional Development
609(6)
Erikson's Theory
609(2)
Disengagement Theory
611(1)
Activity Theory
611(1)
Socioemotional Selectivity Theory
612(1)
Research in Life-Span Development Changes in Emotion Across Adulthood
613(1)
Selective Optimization with Compensation Theory
613(2)
The Self and Society
615(5)
The Self
615(1)
Older Adults in Society
616(4)
Families and Social Relationships
620(4)
Lifestyle Diversity
620(1)
Older Adult Parents and Their Adult Children
621(1)
Great-Grandparenting
622(1)
Friendship
622(1)
Social Support and Social Integration
623(1)
Altruism and Volunteerism
623(1)
Ethnicity, Gender, and Culture
624(4)
Ethnicity
625(1)
Careers in Life-Span Development Norma Thomas, Social Work Professor and Administrator
625(1)
Gender
625(1)
Diversity in Life-Span Development Being Female, Ethnic, and Old
626(1)
Culture
627(1)
Successful Aging
628(1)
Reach Your Learning Goals
629(1)
Summary
630(1)
Key Terms
631(1)
Key People
631(1)
E-Learning Tools
631(1)
SECTION 10 Endings
Death and Grieving
632
Images of Life-Span Development Paige Farley-Hackel and Ruth McCourt
634(1)
Defining Death and Life/Death Issues
634(4)
Issues in Determining Death
634(1)
Decisions Regarding Life, Death, and Health Care
635(2)
Careers in Life-Span Development Kathy McLaughlin, Home Hospice Nurse
637(1)
Death and Cultural Contexts
638(2)
Changing Historical Circumstances
638(1)
Death in Different Cultures
638(2)
A Developmental Perspective on Death
640(3)
Causes of Death and Expectations About Death
640(1)
Attitudes Toward Death at Different Points in the Life Span
641(2)
Facing One's Own Death
643(3)
Kubler-Ross' Stages of Dying
643(2)
Perceived Control and Denial
645(1)
The Contexts in Which People Die
645(1)
Coping with the Death of Someone Else
646(7)
Communicating with a Dying Person
646(1)
Grieving
646(2)
Making Sense of the World
648(1)
Losing a Life Partner
648(1)
Research in Life-Span Development The Women's Health Initiative Study of Widowhood and Health
649(1)
Forms of Mourning
650(1)
Diversity in Life-Span Development The Amish, Traditional Judaism, and Mourning
651(2)
Reach Your Learning Goals
653(1)
Summary
654(1)
Key Terms
655(1)
Key People
655(1)
E-Learning Tools
655
Glossary
References
Credits 1(1)
Name Index 1(19)
Subject Index 20


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