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Robert S. Siegler, Judy S. DeLoache, and Nancy Eisenberg provide new perspectives on child development in the widely adopted textbook, How Children Develop (ISBN 9781429217903). Written for education majors, this comprehensive reference discusses the fundamental principles, recent studies and researches, and trends affecting the field. It starts off with...
Robert S. Siegler, Judy S. DeLoache, and Nancy Eisenberg provide new perspectives on child development in the widely adopted textbook, How Children Develop (ISBN 9781429217903). Written for education majors, this comprehensive reference discusses the fundamental principles, recent studies and researches, and trends affecting the field. It starts off with an introduction to child development, its history, themes, and research methods then continues on to prenatal development, birth and the newborn period, and biology and behavior. Siegler, DeLoache, and Eisenberg focus on conceptual development, intelligence and academic achievement, theories of social development: psychoanalytic, learning, social cognition, and ecological, emotional development, attachment to others and development of self, and the family. Topics such as peer relationships, moral development, gender development, as well as integrating current understanding around the major themes are also discussed. How Children Develop is topically (instead of chronologically) arranged, making it popular with instructors. Students who want to learn more can make use of the supplements, including the book companion site, the virtual study guide, and the key concept reviews and section reviews at the end of each chapter. A video tool kit is also available for both learners and teachers. Supplements for instructors are provided, including PowerPoint presentations complete with illustrations and an instructor's manual and test bank. The author pool is composed of esteemed professors with decades of experience in child development. Robert S. Siegler is from Carnegie Mellon University. Judy S. DeLoache is from the University of Virginia, while Nancy Eisenberg is from Arizona State University.
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