Child Development: Perspectives on Developmental Psychology: Student Study Guide

Paperback | March 8, 2011

bySandra Hessels

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Developed to assist users of M.D. Rutherford's Child Development: Perspectives on Developmental Psychology, this comprehensive student study guide summarizes the core concepts presented in each chapter of the main text. Its main purpose is to assist students with lecture and test preparationby reinforcing the information gleaned from the main text. Each chapter includes dozens of study questions and two practice tests that cover the main themes of the chapter. The guide concludes with a practice midterm and a practice final exam to aid students in exam preparation.

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Developed to assist users of M.D. Rutherford's Child Development: Perspectives on Developmental Psychology, this comprehensive student study guide summarizes the core concepts presented in each chapter of the main text. Its main purpose is to assist students with lecture and test preparationby reinforcing the information gleaned from t...

Sandra Hessels is a professor in the Department of Psychology at Huron University College. Her research focusses primarily on cognitive and developmental psychology.

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Format:PaperbackDimensions:392 pages, 11 × 8.5 × 0.83 inPublished:March 8, 2011Publisher:Oxford University PressLanguage:English

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ISBN - 10:0195444825

ISBN - 13:9780195444827

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Preface1. What Is Developmental Psychology?2. Theories and Methods in Developmental Psychology3. The Basics: Evolution, Genes, and Conception4. Nature, Nurture, and Development5. Perceptual Development6. Concepts, Categories, and Essences7. Core Knowledge Part I: Physics, Space, Biology, and Number8. Core Knowledge Part II: Face Perception, Animacy Perception, and Theory of Mind9. Language Development10. Social Contexts for Development11. Sex and Gender12. Moral and Prosocial DevelopmentPractice MidtermPractice Final ExamNotes