The Blackwell Handbook of Early Childhood Development

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Kathleen McCartney, Deborah Phillips
John Wiley & Sons, 7 Sep 2011 - 680 halaman
The Blackwell Handbook of Early Childhood Development presents a comprehensive summary of research into child development from age two to seven.

  • Comprises 30 contributions from both established scholars and emerging leaders in the field
  • The editors have a distinguished reputation in early childhood development
  • Covers biological development, cognitive development, language development, and social, emotional and regulatory development
  • Considers the applications of psychology to the care and education of young children, treating issues such as poverty, media, and the transition to school
  • A valuable resource for students, scholars and practitioners dealing with young children

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List of Tables and Figures
Nature and Nurture in Early Childhood
Vulnerability and Resilience in Early Child
Developmental Pathways and Intersections among
Early Brain Development and Plasticity
Social Regulation of Stress in Early Child
What Counts as Literacy in Early Childhood?
Social Competence
Early Emotional
Temperament Attention and the Development
Family Systems
Measuring Family Economic Resources
Poverty During Early Childhood
Developmental Seguelae of Poverty During Early

Early Conceptual Development
Developing Social Understanding in a Social
Mathematical Thinking and Learning
Language Experience and Language Milestones
A Focus
LanguageLearning Around the Globe
Is Language Innate?
Peer Relationships in Early Childhood
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Media and Early Development
What Do We Know About
A Comparative Perspective
Emotional Learning in the Classroom
Author Index
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Kathleen McCartney is Gerald S. Lesser Professor of Early Childhood Development at the Harvard Graduate School of Education.

Deborah Phillips is Professor of Psychology at Georgetown University.

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