Annual Editions: Child Growth and Development, 23rd edition
This book is an anthology of current cutting-edge articles on child development. The book is published as part of the long-running Annual Editions series, which reaches hundreds of colleges across the US and Canada. Past editions of this particular book have been assigned at schools from Harvard to community colleges and high schools. The book contains 35 already-published articles from sources as varied as the New York Times, The Atlantic, and many other magazines or websites, as well as professional academic journals such as PLoS One. is organized around several major domains of child development: 1) Prenatal development, birth, and child cognition, language, learning, and education; 2) Social and emotional development; 3) Parenting and family issues; and 4) Culture and societal influences. Each article is accompanied by recommendations for further reading, internet resources, and critical thinking questions.
child development, children, prenatal, cognition, learning, parenting, family, culture, society, emotions
Child Psychology | Developmental Psychology | Social and Behavioral Sciences
New York (New York)
Boyatzis, Chris and Junn, Ellen N., "Annual Editions: Child Growth and Development, 23rd edition" (2020). Faculty Books. 76.