Child and adolescent psychology : typical and atypical development / Stephen von Tetzchner.Call number: BF721 T454 2019 Material type: TextPublisher: London ; New York : Routledge, Taylor & Francis Group, 2019Edition: First edition.Description: xiv, 677 pages : illustrations (some color), charts ; 25 cm.Content type: text | still image Media type: unmediated Carrier type: volumeISBN: 9781138823396 (pbk.) ; 9781138823389 (hbk.) ; 9781315742113 (ebk.) (Invalid ISBN) Subject(s): Child psychology | Child development | Adolescent PsychologyDDC classification: 155.4
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Includes bibliographical references (pages 561-670) and index.
Chapter 1: Developmental psychology -- Chapter 2: Theoretical perspectives -- Chapter 3: Methods of gaining knowledge about children -- Chapter 4: Child and adolescent disorders -- Chapter 5: Genes, evolution, heredity and environment -- Chapter 6: Stimulation and activity during fetal development -- Chapter 7: Brain development -- Chapter 8: Perceptual development -- Chapter 9: Motor development -- Chapter 10: Theories of cognitive development -- Chapter 11: Attention, memory and executive function -- Chapter 12: Conceptual development and reasoning -- Chapter 13: Mind understanding -- Chapter 14: Intelligence -- Chapter 15: Learning and instruction -- Chapter 16: The development of communication and language -- Chapter 17: Emotions and emotion regulation -- Chapter 18: Temperament and personality -- Chapter 19: Attachment -- Chapter 20: Sibling and peer relations -- Chapter 21: Self and identity -- Chapter 22: Moral development -- Chapter 23 Prosocial and antisocial development -- Chapter 24: Gender development -- Chapter 25: Play -- Chapter 26: Media and understanding of society -- Chapter 27: Toward adulthood.
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. Based on international research, and informed by biological, social and cultural perspectives, the book provides explanations of developmental phenomena, with a focus on how children and adolescents at different age levels actually think, feel and act. Following a structure by topic, with chronological developments within each chapter, von Tetzchner presents and contrasts the major theoretical ideas in developmental psychology and discusses their implications for different aspects of development. He also integrates information about sensory, physical and cognitive disabilities and the main emotional and behavioral disorders of childhood and adolescence, and the developmental consequences of these disabilities and disorders. Child and Adolescent Psychology is accompanied by online resources for lecturers and students to enhance the book, including essay questions for each chapter, Powerpoint slides and multiple-choice questions. The book and companion website will prove invaluable to developmental psychology students.