The Resource Human development : a life-span view, Robert V. Kail, John C. Cavanuagh

Human development : a life-span view, Robert V. Kail, John C. Cavanuagh

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Human development : a life-span view
Title
Human development
Title remainder
a life-span view
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Robert V. Kail, John C. Cavanuagh
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Language
eng
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NhCcYBP
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155.2
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illustrations
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non fiction
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Human development : a life-span view, Robert V. Kail, John C. Cavanuagh
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Second named author's surname mis-spelled; should be Cavanaugh
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Includes bibliographical references and index
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Contents
  • Machine generated contents note: 1.The Study of Human Development -- WHAT DO YOU THINK? Would You Want to Live to Be 120? -- 1.1.Thinking About Development -- Recurring Issues in Human Development -- Basic Forces in Human Development: The Biopsychosocial Framework -- Neuroscience: A Window into Human Development -- REAL PEOPLE Applying Human Development: Nelson Mandela -- 1.2.Developmental Theories -- Psychodynamic Theory -- Learning Theory -- Cognitive-Developmental Theory -- The Ecological and Systems Approach -- Life-Span Perspective, Selective Optimization with Compensation, and Life-Course Perspective -- The Big Picture -- 1.3.Doing Developmental Research -- Measurement in Human Development Research -- General Designs for Research -- Designs for Studying Development -- SPOTLIGHT ON RESEARCH The Stability of Intelligence from Age 11 to Age 90 Years -- Integrating Findings from Different Studies -- Conducting Research Ethically -- Communicating Research Results --
  • Contents note continued: Applying Research Results: Social Policy -- Summary -- Test Yourself: Recall Answers -- Key Terms -- pt. ONE Prenatal Development, Infancy, and Early Childhood -- 2.Biological Foundations: Heredity, Prenatal Development, and Birth -- 2.1.In the Beginning: 23 Pairs of Chromosomes -- Mechanisms of Heredity -- Genetic Disorders -- Heredity, Environment, and Development -- REAL PEOPLE Applying Human Development: Ben and Matt Pick Their Niches -- 2.2.From Conception to Birth -- Period of the Zygote (Weeks 1--2) -- WHAT DO YOU THINK? Conception in the 21st Century -- Period of the Embryo (Weeks 3--8) -- Period of the Fetus (Weeks 9--38) -- 2.3.Influences on Prenatal Development -- General Risk Factors -- Teratogens: Drugs, Diseases, and Environmental Hazards -- How Teratogens Influence Prenatal Development -- Prenatal Diagnosis and Treatment -- 2.4.Labor and Delivery -- Stages of Labor -- Approaches to Childbirth -- Adjusting to Parenthood --
  • Contents note continued: SPOTLIGHT ON RESEARCH Links between Maternal Depression and Children's Behavior Problems -- Birth Complications -- Infant Mortality -- Summary -- Test Yourself: Recall Answers -- Key Terms -- 3.Tools for Exploring the World: Physical, Perceptual, and Motor Development -- 3.1.The Newborn -- The Newborn's Reflexes -- Assessing the Newborn -- The Newborn's States -- Temperament -- 3.2.Physical Development -- Growth of the Body -- The Emerging Nervous System -- 3.3.Moving and Grasping: Early Motor Skills -- Locomotion -- Fine Motor Skills -- SPOTLIGHT ON RESEARCH Adjusting Grasps to Objects -- 3.4.Coming to Know the World: Perception -- Smell, Taste, and Touch -- Hearing -- Seeing -- Integrating Sensory Information -- 3.5.Becoming Self-Aware -- Origins of Self-Concept -- Theory of Mind -- REAL PEOPLE Applying Human Development: "Seeing Is Believing ..." for 3-Year-Olds -- Summary -- Test Yourself: Recall Answers -- Key Terms --
  • Contents note continued: 4.The Emergence of Thought and Language: Cognitive Development in Infancy and Early Childhood -- 4.1.The Onset of Thinking: Piaget's Account -- Basic Principles of Cognitive Development -- REAL PEOPLE Applying Human Development: Learning about Butterflies: Accommodation and Assimilation in Action -- Sensorimotor Thinking -- Preoperational Thinking -- Appearance as Reality -- Evaluating Piaget's Theory -- Extending Piaget's Account: Children's Naive Theories -- 4.2.Information Processing during Infancy and Early Childhood -- General Principles of Information Processing -- Attention -- Learning -- Memory -- Learning Number Skills -- 4.3.Mind and Culture: Vygotsky's Theory -- The Zone of Proximal Development -- Scaffolding -- Private Speech -- 4.4.Language -- The Road to Speech -- First Words and Many More -- SPOTLIGHT ON RESEARCH Why Does Exposure to Parents' Speech Increase Children's Vocabulary? -- Speaking in Sentences: Grammatical Development --
  • Contents note continued: Communicating with Others -- Summary -- Test Yourself: Recall Answers -- Key Terms -- 5.Entering the Social World: Socioemotional Development in Infancy and Early Childhood -- 5.1.Beginnings: Trust and Attachment -- Erikson's Stages of Early Psychosocial Development -- The Growth of Attachment -- What Determines Quality of Attachment? -- Attachment, Work, and Alternative Caregiving -- REAL PEOPLE Applying Human Development: Lois, Bill, and Sarah -- 5.2.Emerging Emotions -- The Function of Emotions -- Experiencing and Expressing Emotions -- Recognizing and Using Others' Emotions -- Regulating Emotions -- 5.3.Interacting with Others -- The Joys of Play -- Helping Others -- 5.4.Gender Roles and Gender Identity -- Images of Men and Women: Facts and Fantasy -- SPOTLIGHT ON RESEARCH Reasoning about Gender-Related Properties -- Gender Typing -- Gender Identity -- Evolving Gender Roles -- Summary -- Test Yourself: Recall Answers -- Key Terms --
  • Contents note continued: pt. TWO School-Age Children and Adolescents -- 6.Off to School: Cognitive and Physical Development in Middle Childhood -- 6.1.Cognitive Development -- More Sophisticated Thinking: Piaget's Version -- REAL PEOPLE Applying Human Development: Combinatorial Reasoning Goes to the Races -- Information-Processing Strategies for Learning and Remembering -- 6.2.Aptitudes for School -- Theories of Intelligence -- Binet and the Development of Intelligence Testing -- Do Tests Work? -- Hereditary and Environmental Factors -- The Impact of Ethnicity and Socioeconomic Status -- SPOTLIGHT ON RESEARCH Making Tests Less Threatening -- 6.3.Special Children, Special Needs -- Gifted Children -- Children with Disability -- Attention-Deficit Hyperactivity Disorder -- 6.4.Academic Skills -- Reading -- Writing -- Math Skills -- REAL PEOPLE Applying Human Development: Shin-Ying Loves School -- Effective Schools, Effective Teachers -- 6.5.Physical Development -- Growth --
  • Contents note continued: Development of Motor Skills -- Physical Fitness -- Participating in Sports -- Summary -- Test Yourself: Recall Answers -- Key Terms -- 7.Expanding Social Horizons: Socioemotional Development in Middle Childhood -- 7.1.Family Relationships -- The Family as a System -- Dimensions and Styles of Parenting -- Siblings -- Divorce and Remarriage -- SPOTLIGHT ON RESEARCH Evaluation of a Program to Help Parents and Children Adjust to Life after Divorce -- Parent-Child Relationships Gone Awry: Child Maltreatment -- 7.2.Peers -- Friendships -- Groups -- Popularity and Rejection -- Aggressive Children and Their Victims -- 7.3.Electronic Media -- Television -- Computers -- 7.4.Understanding Others -- Describing Others -- REAL PEOPLE Applying Human Development: Tell Me about a Girl You Like a Lot -- Understanding What Others Think -- Prejudice -- Summary -- Test Yourself: Recall Answers -- Key Terms --
  • Contents note continued: 8.Rites of Passage: Physical and Cognitive Development in Adolescence -- 8.1.Pubertal Changes -- Signs of Physical Maturation -- Mechanisms of Maturation -- Psychological Impact of Puberty -- 8.2.Health -- Nutrition -- SPOTLIGHT ON RESEARCH Evaluating a Program for Preventing Eating Disorders -- Physical Fitness -- Threats to Adolescent Well-Being -- 8.3.Information Processing during Adolescence -- Working Memory and Processing Speed -- Content Knowledge, Strategies, and Metacognitive Skill -- Problem Solving and Reasoning -- 8.4.Reasoning about Moral Issues -- Kohlberg's Theory -- REAL PEOPLE Applying Human Development: Schindler's List -- Beyond Kohlberg's Theory -- Promoting Moral Reasoning -- Summary -- Test Yourself: Recall Answers -- Key Terms -- 9.Moving into the Adult Social World: Socioemotional Development in Adolescence -- 9.1.Identity and Self-Esteem -- The Search for Identity -- Ethnic Identity -- Self-Esteem in Adolescence --
  • Contents note continued: The Myth of Storm and Stress -- 9.2.Romantic Relationships and Sexuality -- Romantic Relationships -- Sexual Behavior -- Sexual Orientation -- SPOTLIGHT ON RESEARCH Does a Prevention Program Reduce Dating Abuse? -- 9.3.The World of Work -- Career Development -- REAL PEOPLE Applying Human Development: "The Life of Lynne": A Drama in Three Acts -- Part-Time Employment -- 9.4.The Dark Side -- Drug Use -- Depression -- Delinquency -- WHAT DO YOU THINK? When Juveniles Commit Serious Crimes, Should They Be Tried as Adults? -- Summary -- Test Yourself: Recall Answers -- Key Terms -- pt. THREE Young and Middle Adulthood -- 10.Becoming an Adult: Physical, Cognitive, and Personality Development in Young Adulthood -- 10.1.Emerging Adulthood -- Role Transitions Marking Adulthood -- Going to College -- Behavioral Changes -- Launching One's Financial Independence -- So When Do People Become Adults? --
  • Contents note continued: REAL PEOPLE Applying Human Development: Does Being Famous Mean You're an Adult? -- 10.2.Physical Development and Health -- Growth, Strength, and Physical Functioning -- Health Status -- Lifestyle Factors -- Social, Gender, and Ethnic Issues in Health -- WHAT DO YOU THINK? Health Care Disparities in the United States -- 10.3.Cognitive Development -- How Should We View Intelligence in Adults? -- Primary and Secondary Mental Abilities -- SPOTLIGHT ON RESEARCH The Seattle Longitudinal Study -- Fluid and Crystallized Intelligence -- Neuroscience Research and Intelligence in Young and Middle Adulthood -- Going Beyond Formal Operations: Thinking in Adulthood -- Integrating Emotion and Logic in Life Problems -- 10.4.Who Do You Want to Be? Personality in Young Adulthood -- Creating Scenarios and Life Stories -- Possible Selves -- Personal Control Beliefs -- Summary -- Test Yourself: Recall Answers -- Key Terms --
  • Contents note continued: 11.Being with Others: Forming Relationships in Young and Middle Adulthood -- 11.1.Relationships -- Friendships -- Love Relationships -- SPOTLIGHT ON RESEARCH Patterns and Universal of Romantic Attachment around the World -- Violence in Relationships -- 11.2.Lifestyles -- Singlehood -- Cohabitation -- Gay and Lesbian Couples -- REAL PEOPLE Applying Human Development: Annie's Story -- Marriage -- 11.3.The Family Life Cycle -- Deciding Whether to Have Children -- The Parental Role -- 11.4.Divorce and Remarriage -- Divorce -- WHAT DO YOU THINK? Does Marriage Education Work? -- Remarriage -- Summary -- Test Yourself: Recall Answers -- Key Terms -- 12.Work, Leisure, and Retirement -- 12.1.Occupational Selection and Development -- The Meaning of Work -- Occupational Choice and Career Development -- Occupational Expectations -- SPOTLIGHT ON RESEARCH Cross-Cultural Aspects of Teachers' Job Satisfaction -- Job Satisfaction --
  • Contents note continued: 12.2.Gender, Ethnicity, and Discrimination Issues -- Gender Differences in Occupational Selection -- Women's Occupational Development -- Ethnicity and Occupational Development -- Bias and Discrimination -- WHAT DO YOU THINK? Do Women Lean Out When They Should Lean In? -- 12.3.Occupational Transitions -- Retraining Workers -- Occupational Insecurity -- Coping with Unemployment -- REAL PEOPLE Applying Human Development: Experiencing Layoff -- 12.4.Work and Family -- The Dependent Care Dilemma -- Juggling Multiple Roles -- 12.5.Time to Relax: Leisure Activities -- Types of Leisure Activities -- Developmental Changes in Leisure -- Consequences of Leisure Activities -- Summary -- Test Yourself: Recall Answers -- Key Terms -- 13.Making It in Midlife: The Biopsychosocial Challenges of Middle Adulthood -- 13.1.Physical Changes and Health -- Changes in Appearance -- Changes in Bones and Joints -- Reproductive Changes --
  • Contents note continued: WHAT DO YOU THINK? Menopausal Hormone Therapy -- Stress and Health -- Exercise -- 13.2.Cognitive Development -- Practical Intelligence -- Becoming an Expert -- Lifelong Learning -- SPOTLIGHT ON RESEARCH Designing Software for Middle-Aged and Older Nonexperts -- 13.3.Personality -- The Five-Factor Trait Model -- Changing Priorities in Midlife -- 13.4.Family Dynamics and Middle Age -- Letting Go: Middle-Aged Adults and Their Children -- Giving Back: Middle-Aged Adults and Their Aging Parents -- REAL PEOPLE Applying Human Development: Taking Care of Mom -- Grandparenthood -- Summary -- Test Yourself: Recall Answers -- Key Terms -- pt. FOUR Late Adulthood -- 14.The Personal Context of Later Life: Physical, Cognitive, and Mental Health Issues -- 14.1.What Are Older Adults Like? -- The Demographics of Aging -- Longevity -- The Third-Fourth Age Distinction -- WHAT DO YOU THINK? How Long Do You Want to Live? -- 14.2.Physical Changes and Health --
  • Contents note continued: Biological Theories of Aging -- Physiological Changes -- Chronic Disease and Health Issues -- 14.3.Cognitive Processes -- Information Processing -- Memory -- Creativity and Wisdom -- REAL PEOPLE Applying Human Development: Creativity Never Stops -- 14.4.Mental Health and Intervention -- Depression -- Anxiety Disorders -- Dementia -- SPOTLIGHT ON RESEARCH Training Persons with Dementia to Be Group Activity Leaders -- Summary -- Test Yourself: Recall Answers -- Key Terms -- 15.Social Aspects of Later Life: Psychosocial, Retirement, Relationship, and Societal Issues -- 15.1.Theories of Psychosocial Aging -- Social Involvement and Successful Aging -- Competence and Environmental Press -- REAL PEOPLE Applying Human Development: Pete Seeger -- 15.2.Personality, Social Cognition, and Spirituality -- Integrity versus Despair -- Weil-Being and Emotion -- SPOTLIGHT ON RESEARCH The Aging Emotional Brain -- Spirituality in Later Life --
  • Contents note continued: 15.3.I Used to Work at...: Living in Retirement -- What Does Being Retired Mean? -- Why Do People Retire? -- Adjustment to Retirement -- Employment and Volunteering -- 15.4.Friends and Family in Late Life -- Friends, Siblings, and Socioemotional Selectivity -- Marriage and Same-Sex Partnerships -- Caring for a Partner -- Widowhood -- Great-Grandparenthood -- 15.5.Social Issues and Aging -- Frail Older Adults -- Housing Options -- Elder Abuse and Neglect -- Social Security and Medicare -- WHAT DO YOU THINK? Reforming Social Security and Medicare -- Summary -- Test Yourself: Recall Answers -- Key Terms -- 16.Dying and Bereavement -- 16.1.Definitions and Ethical Issues -- Sociocultural Definitions of Death -- Legal and Medical Definitions -- Ethical Issues -- WHAT DO YOU THINK? The Marlise Munoz Case -- The Price of Life-Sustaining Care -- 16.2.Thinking About Death: Personal Aspects -- A Life-Course Approach to Dying --
  • Contents note continued: REAL PEOPLE Applying Human Development: Randy Pausch's Last Lecture -- Dealing with One's Own Death -- Death Anxiety -- 16.3.End-of-Life Issues -- Creating a Final Scenario -- The Hospice Option -- Making Your End-of-Life Intentions Known -- 16.4.Surviving the Loss: The Grieving Process -- The Grief Process -- Normal Grief Reactions -- Coping with Grief -- Complicated or Prolonged Grief Disorder -- 16.5.Dying and Bereavement Experiences Across the Life Span -- SPOTLIGHT ON RESEARCH The Costs of Holding in Grief for the Sake of One's Partner -- Childhood -- Adolescence -- Adulthood -- Late Adulthood -- Conclusion -- Summary -- Test Yourself: Recall Answers -- Key Terms
Control code
000054025074
Dimensions
28 cm.
Edition
7th edition
Extent
xxxii, 688 pages
Isbn
9781305116641
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unmediated
Media MARC source
rdamedia
Media type code
n
Other physical details
illustrations, coloured
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rm32892949

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