Child, Adolescent and Family Development
The third edition of Child, Adolescent and Family Development provides a comprehensive, readable study of human development from conception to adulthood. It explores the foundations of modern developmental thought, incorporating the latest in international research set within a cultural and historical context. Richly illustrated and enhanced by a range of practical teaching resources, this clear and engaging text is intended to reach students across a range of teaching, psychology, social science and health science disciplines. By employing a thematic approach within the chronologically ordered chapters, this text offers a systematic and intuitive structure for both learning and teaching. This new edition features a set of fully updated case studies that consider current trends and issues in developmental theory and practice, as well as end-of-chapter sections that address important stages in the family life cycle.
- Online resource
- 05 Nov 2012
- Cambridge University Press (Virtual Publishing)
- Cambridge, United Kingdom
- 3rd Revised edition
- 145 b/w illus.
About Phillip T. Slee
Dr Marilyn Campbell is a professor in the School of Learning and Professional Studies, Faculty of Education, Queensland University of Technology. She currently lectures in the Masters of Education program preparing teachers for school counselling and in the Masters of Educational and Developmental Psychology program, preparing psychologists to work in a range of educational and developmental positions. Dr Campbell has worked as a teacher and psychologist in early childhood, primary and secondary schools. She has also been a teacher-librarian, school counsellor and supervisor of school counsellors. Her research interests are in behavioural and emotional problems in children and adolescents. Her recent work has included research into anxiety prevention and intervention, as well as the effects of bullying and especially cyberbullying in schools. She is the author of the Worrybusters series of books for anxious children.
Table of contents
1. Seeing children in context; 2. Concepts of development; 3. Theoretical foundations of child development; 4. Prenatal development; 5. Birth and the newborn child; 6. Physical development in infancy; 7. Cognitive development in infancy; 8. Social and emotional development in infancy; 9. Physical development in toddlers; 10. Cognitive development of toddlers; 11. Social and emotional development of toddlers; 12. Physical development of pre-schoolers; 13. Cognitive development of pre-schoolers; 14. Social and emotional development of pre-schoolers; 15. Physical development in middle childhood; 16. Cognitive development in middle childhood; 17. Social and emotional development in middle childhood; 18. Adolescent physical development and health issues; 19. Cognitive development in adolescence; 20. Social and emotional development in adolescence; 21. Towards a life span perspective.