McGraw-Hill, 2001 - Broj stranica: 585
In this topically organized introduction to child development, John Santrock balances the content instructors want with the and pedagogy students need. Child Development 9th edition continues Santrock's tradition of presenting cutting edge research and offering strong, integrated coverage of culture, ethnicity and gender, and school related issues. An expert consultant reviewed each chapter to ensure that the latest research is reflected. For students, the text's highly praised pedagogical system has been enhanced to improve understanding of how all of the material fits together.
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The Nature of Child Development
The Nature of Development
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ability activities adolescents adults American approach asked baby become begin behavior believe biological birth body boys brain cause cells changes chapter Child Development childhood classical conditioning cognitive concept critical culture described developmental discussed early effects emotional environment example experiences explore eyes factors feelings females Figure gender genetic girls human ideas identity important increase individuals infants influence intelligence involves language later learning less lives males memory mental months moral mother motor Nature object observations occurs operational organization parents peers percent period person physical Piaget placenta presented problems psychologists questions reasoning response role scores sexual skills social solving stage strategies stress Summary Table teacher theory thinking thought understanding weight women young