Human development / Grace J. Craig.Material type: TextPublication details: Englewood Cliffs, N.J. : Prentice Hall, 1992. Edition: 6th edISBN: 0134371046Subject(s): Developmental psychology | Developmental psychologyDDC classification: 155
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Enhanced descriptions from Syndetics:
Previous ed.: 1989.
Bibliography: p625-655. -Includes index.
Pt. 1. Human Development: An Integrated Study of the Life Span. 1. Development: Perspectives, Processes, and Research Methods. 2. Theories of Human Development: An Introduction -- Pt. 2. The Beginnings of Human Life. 3. Heredity and Environment. 4. The Prenatal Period. 5. Childbirth and the Neonate -- Pt. 3. Infancy: The First Two Years of Life. 6. Infancy: Developing Competencies. 7. Infancy: Developing Relationships -- Pt. 4. Ages Two to Six: The Preschool Child. 8. Language: The Bridge from Infancy. 9. Developing Thought and Action. 10. Social Development and Emerging Personality -- Pt. 5. Middle Childhood. 11. Competencies in School Tasks. 12. Personality Development: Family and Peers -- Pt. 6. Adolescence. 13. Adolescence: A Period of Transition. 14. Adolescence: Themes, Conflicts, and Emerging Patterns -- Pt. 7. Adulthood. 15. Early Adulthood: Roles and Issues. 16. Family and Lifestyle. 17. The World of Work. 18. The Middle Years: Continuity and Change -- Pt. 8. Later Adulthood. 19. Later Adulthood: Physical and Cognitive Changes. 20. Later Adulthood: Status Changes and a Time of Reflection. 21. Death and Dying.