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Infancy Physical Growth The brain Infant states Nutrition Motor development Sensory and perceptual development Piaget’s theory Learning Intelligence Language.

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1 Infancy Physical Growth The brain Infant states Nutrition Motor development Sensory and perceptual development Piaget’s theory Learning Intelligence Language Emotional developmt. Temperament Personality Attachment Family Day care

2 Physical Growth and Development in Infancy Cephalocaudal pattern Proximodistal pattern Height and weight

3 Vaccinations

4 The Brain The Brain’s Development Measuring the Brain’s Activity in Research on Infant Memory The Brain’s Hemispheres Early Experience and the Brain

5 Infant States Sleep REM sleep Classification of Infant States SIDS

6 Nutrition Nutritional Needs and Eating Behavior Breast- Versus Bottle-Feeding Malnutrition in Infancy

7 Motor Development Reflexes Gross and fine motor skills Developmental biodynamics Toilet training

8 Sensory and Perceptual Development What are sensation and perception? Visual perception Other senses Intermodal perception Perceptual-motor coupling and unification

9 Piaget’s Theory of Infant Development Sensorimotor development Substages Object permanence Evaluating Piaget’s theory

10 Learning and Remembering Conditioning Imitation Memory

11 Intelligence Individual differences Arnold Gesell The Bayley Scales of Infant Intelligence The Fagan Test of Infant Intelligence

12 Language Development Defining language How language develops Biological influences Behavior and environmental influences

13 Reading to Children

14 Emotional Development Defining Emotion Affect in Parent-Child Relationships Developmental Timetable of Emotions Crying Smiling Stranger Anxiety

15 Temperament Defining and Classifying Temperament Goodness of Fit Parenting and the Child’s Temperament

16 Personality Development Trust The Developing Sense of Self Independence

17 Attachment Phases of Attachment Studying Attachment Individual Differences Caregiving Styles and Attachment

18 The Family The Transition to Parenthood Reciprocal Socialization The Family as a System Maternal and Paternal Infant Caregiving

19 Day Care Far more young children are in day care today than at any other time in history.


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