9780072364163

Human Development 00/01

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    9780072364163

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  • Format: Paperback
  • Copyright: 1999-12-15
  • Publisher: McGraw-Hill Higher Education

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Table of Contents

To the Reader iv
Topic Guide 2(2)
Selected World Wide Web Sites 4(2)
UNIT 1 Genetic and Prenatal Influences on Development
Overview 6(40)
A. GENETIC INFLUENCES
Designer Babies
8(2)
Sharon Begley
Nature's Clones
10(8)
Jim Neimark
B. PRENATAL INFLUENCES
The Role of Lifestyle in Preventing Low Birth Weight
18(11)
Virgina Rall Chomitz
Lilian W. Y. Cheung
Ellice Lieberman
A State of the Art Pregnancy
29(3)
Karen Springen
Fetal Psychology
32(5)
Janet L. Hopson
Drug-Exposed Infants
37(4)
Lucy Salcido Carter
Carol S. Larson
Sperm under Siege
41(5)
Anne Merewood
UNIT 2 Development during Infancy and Early Childhood
Overview 46(36)
A. INFANCY
Temperament and the Reactions to Unfamiliarity
48(5)
Jerome Kagan
Baby Talk
53(7)
Shannon Brownlee
The Cultural Context of Infant Caregiving
60(8)
Navaz Peshotan Bhavnagri
Janet Gonzalez-Mena
B. EARLY CHILDHOOD
The Language Explosion
68(3)
Geoffrey Cowley
Defining the Trait That Makes Us Human
71(3)
Beth Azar
Highlights of the Quality 2000 Initiative: Not by Chance
74(8)
Sharon L. Kagan
Michelle J. Neuman
UNIT 3 Development during Childhood: Cognition and Schooling
Overview 82(40)
A. COGNITION
The Genetics of Cognitive Abilities and Disabilities
84(7)
Robert Plomin
John C. DeFries
Basing Teaching on Piaget's Constructivism
91(5)
Constance Kamii
Janice K. Ewing
The First Seven . . . and the Eighth: A Conversation with Howard Gardner
96(5)
Kathy Checkley
B. SCHOOLING
Bell, Book, and Scandal, The Economist, December 24, 1994/January 6, 1995.
101(4)
The Death of Child Nature: Education in the Post-modern World
105(5)
David Elkind
In Search of . . . Brain-Based Education
110(7)
John T. Bruer
Caution-Praise Can Be Dangerous
117(5)
Carol S. Dweck
UNIT 4 Development during Childhood: Family and Culture
Overview 122(36)
A. FAMILY
Father Love and Child Development: History and Current Evidence
124(4)
Ronald P. Rohner
The Parent Trap
128(6)
Sharon Begley
Kids Who Don't Fit In
134(2)
Pat Wingert
B. CULTURE
The Effects of Poverty on Children
136(15)
Jeanne Brooks-Gunn
Greg J. Duncan
Effects of Maltreatment and Ways to Promote Children's Resiliency
151(4)
Barbara Lowenthal
Tomorrow's Child
155(3)
Jerry Adler
UNIT 5 Development during Adolescence and Young Adulthood
Overview 158(28)
A. ADOLESCENCE
Growing Up Goes On and On and On
160(3)
Cynthia Crossen
Why the Young Kill
163(3)
Sharon Begley
The Secret Life of Teens
166(4)
John Leland
B. YOUNG ADULTHOOD
Brain Sex and the Language of Love
170(6)
Robert L. Nadeau
The Infertility Challenge
176(3)
Annetta Miller
Joan Raymond
The Science of a Good Marriage
179(4)
Barbara Kantrowitz
Pat Wingert
The Nature and Uses of Dreaming
183(3)
Ernest Hartmann
UNIT 6 Development during Middle and Late Adulthood
Overview 186(39)
A. MIDDLE ADULTHOOD
Memory
188(5)
Geoffrey Cowley
Anne Underwood
The Age of Anxiety
193(3)
Donna Foote
Sam Seibert
Understanding Perimenopause
196(4)
Sharon Begley
B. LATE ADULTHOOD
The Johns Hopkins Prescription for Longevity, The Johns Hopkins Medical Letter Health after 50, December 1998.
200(3)
New Nerve Cells for the Adult Brain
203(6)
Gerd Kempermann
Fred H. Gage
The Age Boom
209(4)
Jack Rosenthal
Emotion in the Second Half of Life
213(5)
Laura L. Carstensen
Susan Turk Charles
The Centenarians Are Coming!!
218(7)
Cynthia G. Wagner
Index 225(3)
Article Review Form 228(1)
Article Rating Form 229

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