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Title Encyclopedia of human development / Neil J. Salkind, editor ; Lewis Margolis, associate editor ; manageing editors, Kimberly DeRuyck and Kristin Rasmussen
Publisher Thousand Oaks, Calif. : Sage Publications, c2006
book jacket
LOCATION CALL # STATUS
 Oakdale Reference (1st Floor)  HM626 .E53 2006  v.1    LIB USE ONLY
 Oakdale Reference (1st Floor)  HM626 .E53 2006  v.2    LIB USE ONLY
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Description 3 v. : ill. ; 29 cm
Bibliography Includes bibliographical references and index
Contents v. 1. A-E -- v. 2. F-O -- v. 3. P-Z
Summary LIST OF ENTRIES: Abecedarian Research Project, Abortion, Abstract reasoning, Accommodation, Acquired immune deficiency syndrome (AIDS), Activities of daily living (ADLs), Activity theory, Acupuncture, Adaptation, Addiction, Alfred Adler, Adolescence, Adoption, Advance directives, African Americans, After-school programs, Age discrimination, Ageism, Aggression, Aging, Aging parents, Aging well, Mary Salter Ainsworth, Alcoholics Anonymous, Alcoholism, Alleles, Allergy, Altruism, Alzheimer's disease, American Academy of Pediatrics, American Association of Retired Persons (AARP), American Psychological Association, American Psychological Society, American Sign Language (ASL), Americans with Disabilities Act, Louise Ames, Amnesia, Amphetamines, Androgyny, Anemia, Anger, Anorexia nervosa, Anti Semitism, Antisocial behavior, Anxiety disorders, Apgar score, Virginia Apgar, Apnea, Applied behavior analysis, Aptitude, Aptitude tests, Arteriosclerosis, Asperger syndrome, Assimilation, Assisted living, Assisted suicide, Asthma, Athletics, Attachment, Attention, Attention deficit hyperactivity disorder (ADHD), Attention span, Attitude, Attribution theory, Authoritarian parenting style, Authoritative parenting style, Autism, Average life expectancy, Babbling, Babinski reflex, Baby boomers, baby talk, Baltimore Longitudinal Study on Aging, Albert Bandura, Bar/Bat Mitzvah, Roger Barker, Battered child syndrome, Battered woman syndrome, Diana Baumrind, Nancy Bayley, Bayley Scales of Infant Development, Bereavement, Bereavement overload, Berkeley/Oakland Longitudinal Studies, Bilingualism, Alfred Binet, Binge drinking, Binge eating, Biological clock, Birth defects, Birth order,
Birth weight, Birthing centers, Bisexuality, BMI (Body Mass Index), John Bowlby, Brain death, Brain development, Brain lateralization, Brain plasticity, T. Berry Brazelton, Breast cancer, Breathing reflex, Breech birth, Urie Bronfenbrenner, Roger Brown, Jerome Bruner, Buddhism, Bulimia nervosa, Bullying, Cancer, Cardiovascular disease, Career development, Case study, Categorization, Catholicism, Centers for Disease Control, Charter schools, Child abuse, Child care/day care, Child custody, Child neglect, Child rearing, Childlessness, Children with special health care needs (CSHCN), Children's rights, Noam Chomsky, Chromosomes, Chronic fatigue syndrome, Chronic illness, Chronological age, Circadian rhythm, Circumcision, Classical conditioning, Cluster suicide, Cocaine, Cochlear implant, Cognitive development, Cognitive dissonance, Cognitive equilibrium, Cognitive style, Cohabitation, Cohort, Colic, Common law marriage, Comorbidity, Competence versus performance, Concrete versus performance, Concrete operational period, Conduct disorder, Conflict, Congestive heart failure, Congregate housing, Conscience, Conservation, Continuity and discontinuity in development, Contraception, Convergent thinking, Cooperative learning, Cooperative play, Corporal punishment, Correlation, Cosleeping arrangements, Courtroom testimony, Crack baby syndrome, Crawling, Creativity, Creutzfeldt Jakob disease, Criterion referenced tests, Critical period, Cross cultural development, Cross sectional research, Crying, Crystallized intelligence, Cystic fibrosis, Charles Darwin, Dating, Deadbeat dads, Deafness, Death, Death with dignity,
Deductive reasoning, Deferred imitation, Delinquency, Dementia, Dependent variable, Depression, Development, Developmental direction, Developmental disabilities, Developmental psychopathology, Developmental quotient, Diabetes Diagnostic and Statistical Manual of Mental Disorders, Dialectical thought, Dieting, Disasters, Discipline, Disgust, Distance learning, Divergent thinking, Divorce, Divorce mediation, Domestic violence, Donor insemination, Down syndrome, Drug abuse, Drunk driving, Dual earner households, Dying, Dynamical systems, Dyslexia, Early childhood, Early intervention programs, Eating disorders, Echolalia, Ecological theory, Ego, Ego development, Ego centrism, Elder abuse, Elder maltreatment, Elder neglect, Elderhostel programs, Electra and Oedipal complexes, Electroencephalogram (EEG), Embryo, Emerging adulthood, Emotional development, Emotional intelligence, Empathy, Empty nest, Endocrine disruptors, English as a second language (ESL), Epilepsy, Equilibration, Erectile dysfunction, Erik Erikson, Estrogen, Ethical standards of research, Ethnic cleansing, Ethnic identity, Ethology, Euthanasia, Executive functioning, Exercise, Experiment, Experimental group, Experimental method, Extended family, Extinction, Extramarital sex, Failure to thrive, False memories, Family size, Fathers, Fetal medicine, Fetus, Fine motor control, Fine motor development, Firearms, Five factor model of personality, Five to seven shift, John Flavell, Fluid intelligence, Formal operational period, Foster care, Fragile X syndrome, Framingham Study, Fraternal twins, Sigmund Freud, Friendship, Funerals, Gamete, Gangs, Howard Gardner, Gateway drug,
Gay marriages, Gender differences, Gender identity, Gender role development, Generalizability, Generalized anxiety disorder, Generation gap, Genotype, Gerontological Society of America, Gerontology, Arnold Gesell, Giftedness, Carol Gilligan, Gilligan's theory of feminine morality, Glass ceiling, Grade retention, Grandparents, Gray Panthers, Gross motor development, Habituation, G. Stanley Hall, Harry Harlow, Hate crimes, Head Start, Health insurance, Hemophilia, Heterosexuality, E. Mavis Hetherington, High blood pressure (hypertension), High risk infants, Higher education, Hispanic Americans, Holocaust, Home birth, Homicide, Homosexuality, Hope, Hormone replacement therapy, Hormones, Hospice, Hot flashes, Human Genome Project, Human immunodeficiency virus (HIV), Humor, Huntington's Chorea, Hydrocephalus, Hypothesis, Id, Identical twins, identity, Frances Ilg, Imaginary Audience, Imaginary friend, Imaginary thinking, Imitation, Immigrants, Immune system, Immunizations, Imprinting, Inborn errors of metabolism, Incest, Inclusion/mainstreaming, Incontinence, Independent living, Individual differences, Individualized education programs (IEP), Individuals with Disabilities Education Act (IDEA), Inductive reasoning, Infancy, Infant mortality, Infanticide, Infectious diseases, Infertility, Information processing theory, Inhibitory control, Injuries, Intellectual decline, Intelligence, Intergenerational relationships, Internet, Interracial marriages, Intimacy, Ionizing radiation, IQ tests, Islam, Joint custody, Judaism, Juvenile delinquency, Kibbutzism, Kindergarten readiness, Kinsey Institute, Klinefelter's syndrome, Lawrence Kohlberg,
Elisabeth Kubler Ross, Labor, Language acquisition device, Language development, Later adulthood, Lead poisoning, Learned helplessness, Learning, Learning disabilities, Lesbians, Lesch Nyhan syndrome, Literacy, John Locke, Locus of Control, Loneliness, Longitudinal research, Long term memory, Low birth weight (LBW), MADD (Mothers Against Drunk Driving), Magical Thinking, Malnutrition, Marijuana, Marital equity, Marriage, Abraham Maslow, Maternal health, Maternal phenylketonuria, Maternal smoking, Maturation, Mean length utterance, Medicare, Memory failure, Menarche, Menopause, Menstruation, Mental age, Mental retardation, Mentor, Meta analysis, Metacognition, Methadone, Methylmercury, Middle adulthood, Midlife crisis, Midwife, Miscarriage, Montessori method, Mood disorders, Moral development, Moral reasoning, Mortality, Motivation, Motor skill mastering, Mozart effect, Multiple births, Multiple intelligences, Multiple sclerosis, Myelin, Myopia, National Assessment of Educational Progress (NAEP), National Center for Education Statistics (NCES), National Hospice Study, National Institute of Child Health and Human Development (NICHD), National Vital Statistics Reports, Native Americans, Natural childbirth, Naturalistic observation, Nature/Nurture, Neighborhoods, Neonatal Behavioral Assessment Scale, Neonate, Neurotransmitters, New York Longitudinal Study, (NYLS), NICHD Child Card Study, Noble savage, Noise, Norm referenced tests, Normal curve (bell curve), Norms, Nursery (preschool), Nutrition, Obesity, Object permanence, Observational learning, Obsessive compulsive disorder, Older adulthood, Older Americans Act, Oldest old age,
Only children, Operant conditioning, Oppositional defiant disorder (ODD), Orphans, Osteoarthritis, Osteoporosis, Ovulation, Pain, Palliative care, Panic disorder, Parasuicide, Parent child interaction, Parent child relationships, Parent training, Parenting, Parents Anonymous, Peer Pressure, Peers, Permissive parenting style, Perry Preschool Program, Pervasive developmental disorders, Pesticides, Pets, Phenotype, Phenylketonuria (PKU), Phobias, Phonics, Phonological awareness, Physical development and growth, Jean Piaget, Polychlorinated biphenyls (PCB), Positron emission tomography (PET), Postpartum depression, Posttraumatic stress disorder (PTSD), Poverty, Pregnancy, Prenatal development, Preoperational thought, Preschool years, Preterm infants, Preventive medicine, Primary circular reactions, Private speech, Problem solving, Prosocial behavior, Prostate cancer, Psychoanalytic theory, Psychopathology, Psychopharmacology, Psychosocial development, Puberty, Public Policy, Punishment, Qualitative methods, Quantitative methods, Quasi experimental design, Quinceanera, Rape, Reading, Reciprocal determinism, Reflexes, Reggio Emilia Childhood Program, Reinforcement, Reliability, Religion, Resiliency, Retention, Retirement, Rett syndrome, Rh factor, Rheumatoid arthritis, Right to die movement, Ritalin, Carl Rogers, Fred Rogers, Rubella (German measles), Sampling SAT, Scaffolding, Schema, Schizophrenia, School, School dropouts, School readiness, School years, Scientific method, Robert Sears, Seattle Longitudinal Study, Second languages, Secure attachment, Self actualization, Self concept, self efficacy, Self esteem,
Self fulfilling prophecy, Semantic development, Sensation seeking, Sensitive period, Sensory development, Separation anxiety, Sex differences, Sex education, Sexual abuse, Sexual activity, Sexually transmitted diseases (STDs), Short term memory, Shyness, Siblings, Single parent family, Single parents, B.F. Skinner, Sleep, Smell, Smiling, Social anxiety disorder, Social class, Social cognition, Social development, Social security, Society for Research in child Development, Sociobiology, Socioeconomic status, Spanking, Special needs children, Stages of development, Stages of dying, Stages of moral development, Standardized testing, Statistical significance, Stepfamilies, Storm and stress, Strange situation, Stranger anxiety, Stress, Stroke, Structural and functional brain imaging, Stuttering, Sucking behaviors, Sudden infant death syndrome (SIDS), Suicide, Superego, Surrogate mothers, Symbolic play, T cells, Tabula rasa, Taste, Tay Sachs disease, Teenage pregnancy, Television, Temperament, Teratogen, Testosterone, Thalassemia, Thalidomide, Theories of aging, Theories of development, Theory of mind, Toddlerhood, Toilet training, Touch, Tourette's syndrome, Toxoplasmosis, Twin studies, Twins, Ultrasound, Universal grammar, U.S. Bureau of the Census, Utopianism, Vaccination, Validity, Very low birth weight (VLBW), Very old age, Video games, Violence, Visual cliff, Vitamin deficiency, Volunteering, Lev Vygotsky, John B. Watson, Wechsler Adult Intelligence Scale (WAIS), Weight, Well baby checkup, Whole language, Widowhood and widowerhood, Wisdom, Work, World Health Organization, John C. Wright, Young adulthood, Zone of proximal development (ZPD), Zygote
Subject Social evolution -- Encyclopedias.
Human evolution -- Encyclopedias.
Developmental psychology -- Encyclopedias.
Human behavior -- Encyclopedias.
Alt Author Salkind, Neil J.
ISBN 1412904757 (cloth : alk. paper)
9781412904759 (cloth : alk. paper)
OCLC 58807258



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