Development across the life span
Development across the life span
Pearson/Prentice Hall, c2006
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Includes bibliographical references (p. 690-742) and indexes
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This chronologically organized text provides students with a broad overview of the field of human development-from the moment of conception through death-focusing on physical, cognitive, social and personality development. Appealing to the many different backgrounds and career goals of students, this text offers the most current, balanced coverage of theory and research-with a focus on the application of that research. Feldman's unique approach illustrates the scope and diversity of the field and capitalizes on students' inherent interest in the subject of human development by asking them to relate what they are learning to their own experience as developing humans.
(NOTE: All chapters conclude with Looking Back, Key Terms and Concepts, and Epilogue.)
1. An Introduction to Life Span Development.
An Orientation to Life Span Development. Key Issues and Questions: Determining the Nature-and Nurture-of Life Span Development. Theoretical Perspectives. Research Methods.
2. The Start of Life: Prenatal Development.
Heredity. The Interaction of Heredity and Environment. Prenatal Growth and Change.
3. Birth and the Newborn Infant.
Birth. Birth Complications. The Competent Newborn.
II. INFANCY FORMING THE FOUNDATIONS OF LIFE.
4. Physical Development in Infancy.
Growth and Stability. Motor Development. The Development of the Senses.
5. Cognitive Development in Infancy.
Piaget's Approach to Cognitive Development. Information-Processing Approaches to Cognitive Development. The Roots of Language.
6. Social and Personality Development in Infancy.
Forming the Roots of Sociability. Forging Relationships. Differences Among Infants.
III. THE PRESCHOOL YEARS.
7. Physical and Cognitive Development in the Preschool Years.
Physical Growth. Intellectual Development. The Growth of Language and Learning.
8. Social and Personality Development in the Preschool Years.
Forming a Sense of Self. Friends and Family: Preschooler's Social Lives. Moral Development and Aggression.
IV. THE MIDDLE CHILDHOOD YEARS.
9. Physical and Cognitive Development in Middle Childhood.
Physical Development. Intellectual Development. Schooling: The Three Rs (and More) of Middle Childhood.
10. Social and Personality Development in Middle Childhood.
The Developing Self. Relationships: Building Friendship in Middle Childhood. Family Life.
11. Physical and Cognitive Development in Adolescence.
Physical Maturation. Cognitive Development and Schooling. Threats to Adolescents' Well-Being.
12. Social and Personality Development in Adolescence.
Identity: Asking "Who Am I?" Relationships: Family and Friends. Dating, Sexual Behavior, and Teenage Pregnancy.
VI. EARLY ADULTHOOD.
13. Physical and Cognitive Development in Early Adulthood.
Physical Development and Stress. Cognitive Development. College: Pursuing Higher Education.
14. Social and Personality Development in Early Adulthood.
Forging Relationships: Intimacy, Liking, and Loving During Early Adulthood. The Course of Relationships. Work: Choosing and Embarking on a Career.
VII. MIDDLE ADULTHOOD.
15. Physical and Cognitive Development in Middle Adulthood.
Physical Development. Health. Cognitive Development.
16. Social and Personality Development in Middle Adulthood.
Personality Development. Relationships: Family in Middle Age. Work and Leisure.
VIII. LATE ADULTHOOD.
17. Physical and Cognitive Development in Late Adulthood.
Physical Development in Late Adulthood. Health and Wellness in Late Adulthood. Cognitive Development in Late Adulthood.
18. Social and Personality Development in Late Adulthood.
Personality Development and Successful Aging. The Daily Life of Late Adulthood. Relationships: Old and New.
19. Death and Dying.
Dying and Death Across the Life Span. Confronting Death. Grief and Bereavement.
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