3 edition of Developmental psychology, the infant and young child found in the catalog.
Developmental psychology, the infant and young child
Hiram E. Fitzgerald
|Statement||Hiram E. Fitzgerald, Ellen A. Strommen, John Paul McKinney.|
|Series||The Dorsey series in psychology|
|Contributions||Strommen, Ellen A., joint author., McKinney, John Paul, 1935- joint author.|
|LC Classifications||BF721 .F55|
|The Physical Object|
|Pagination||xiii, 298 p. :|
|Number of Pages||298|
|LC Control Number||76022254|
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She has received three university teaching awards, and her research on the social development of young children and on the relation between media use and attention difficulties has appeared in journals such as Developmental Psychology, the Journal of Applied Developmental Psychology, Infant Mental Health Journal, Infant and Child Development /5(22).
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Homewood, Ill.: Dorsey Press, The Little Book of Child and Adolescent Development presents a modern, psychoanalytically-informed summary of how the mind develops from infancy through young adulthood.
It is a comprehensive work that integrates analytic theories with a contemporary systems model of development, and also draws on scholarly research from neighboring fields. And many adults assume that children under one are too young for reading. Of the families in Cates’ study, when the babies were six months old, fewer than 20% were reading more than five days a week, and more than 50% were reading, at most, three days a week.
The growth and body development from infant to child occurs in a cephalocaudal direction; that is, the head and upper trunk develop before the lower trunk and feet. Sensory and perceptual development Newborn infants can and do respond to a wide range of environmental stimuli.
All human senses function to some degree at birth; touch is the most. Learned behavioral tendencies of a young child C. Physical and emotional characteristics of a newborn child and young infant D. Psychological and physiological personality traits a young child models from his or her environment E.
Emotional traits that infants. Child development that occurs from birth to adulthood was largely ignored throughout much of human history.
Children were often viewed simply as small versions of adults and little attention was paid to the many advances in cognitive abilities, language usage, and physical growth that occur during childhood and adolescence. Developmental Psychology provides student readers with essential help in all aspects of their first course in developmental psychology, including advice on r sex of the infant: revisited.
Child Development, 49, (4) – processing working group open conference on young children and learning technologies – Volume Infant developmental psychology addresses the critical stage of human development from conception to roughly age 2, a time period when growth is so rapid, and the consequences of neglect so damaging, that many believe this to be the most important stage of a person's life.
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Infant and. To understand human growth and development, healthcare professionals need to understand and learn about 2 areas: (1) knowledge of milestone competencies, for example, growth in the motor, cognitive, speech-language, and social-emotional domains and (2) the eco-biological model of development, specifically, the interaction of environment and biology and their influence on development.[2 Author: Fatima Malik, Raman Marwaha.
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The first stage of cognitive development, the sensori-motor stage, is when infants learn to coordinate their automotive movements with sensory activity. Jean Piaget ( to ) put forward a theory of cognitive development which describes the development of human intelligence and the infant's capacities for reasoning and understanding.
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Psychoanalytic Perspectives on Developmental Psychology explores the growing areas of mutual influence between psychoanalytic theory and the study of human development—the impact of object relations theory on the study of infant–caretaker attachment being only one significant : Psychology researchers bring infants into the lab to learn more about how shared book reading influences brain and behavioral development.
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