Child and adolescent psychology : typical and atypical development / Stephen Von Tetzchner.Material type: BookPublisher: Oxon ; New York : Routledge / Taylor & Francis, c.2019Edition: 1st. ed.Description: xiv, 677 p. : ill. (col.) ; 24 cm.Subject(s): Child psychology | Adolescent psychology | | Humanities, Psychology March2019DDC classification: 155.4 Online resources: Available as eBook
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Includes bibliographical references and index.
Chapter 1: Developmental psychologyChapter 2: Theoretical perspectivesChapter 3: Methods of gaining knowledge about childrenChapter 4: Child and adolescent disorders Chapter 5: Genes, evolution, heredity and environmentChapter 6: Stimulation and activity during fetal developmentChapter 7: Brain developmentChapter 8: Perceptual developmentChapter 9: Motor developmentChapter 10: Theories of cognitive developmentChapter 11: Attention, memory and executive functionChapter 12: Conceptual development and reasoningChapter 13: Mind understandingChapter 14: IntelligenceChapter 15: Learning and instructionChapter 16: The development of communication and languageChapter 17: Emotions and emotion regulationChapter 18: Temperament and personalityChapter 19: AttachmentChapter 20: Sibling and peer relationsChapter 21: Self and identityChapter 22: Moral developmentChapter 23 Prosocial and antisocial developmentChapter 24: Gender developmentChapter 25: PlayChapter 26: Media and understanding of societyChapter 27: Toward adulthoodGlossaryBibliography Index
Child and Adolescent Psychology provides an accessible and thorough introduction to human development by integrating insights from typical and atypical development. This integration cements understanding since the same processes are involved. Knowledge about atypical development informs the understanding of typical development, and knowledge about typical development is a necessary basis for understanding atypical development and working with children with disorders.