How Children Develop (5th Edition) – eBook

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  • Authors: Robert Siegler, Jenny R. Saffran, Nancy Eisenberg, Judy DeLoache, Elizabeth Gershoff, Campbell Leaper
  • File Size: 135 MB
  • Format: ePub (converted PDF available on request)
  • Length: 742 Pages
  • Publisher: MacMillan Learning; 5th edition
  • Publication Date: February 6, 2017
  • Language: English
  • ISBN-10: 1319014232
  • ISBN-13: 9781319014230

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Campbell Leaper

Elizabeth Gershoff

Elizabeth Gershoff

Professor Elizabeth Gershoff, PhD, is the Amy Johnson McLaughlin Professor of Human Development and Family Sciences at the University of Texas at Austin, as well as the Director of the Population Research Center. Dr. Gershoff is a world-renowned authority on the effects of physical punishment on children, as well as the effects of family, school, neighbourhood, and policy contexts on children.

The Centers for Disease Control and Prevention, the National Institutes of Health, and the National Science Foundation have all funded her research. She teaches courses on child development, children and public policy, and developmental contexts.

Jenny R. Saffran

Jenny R. Saffran

Dr.Jenny Saffran is a University of Wisconsin-Madison Professor of Psychology.
She is an expert in language acquisition and early cognitive development, as well as music cognition research. Dr. Saffran believes that language acquisition is based on general cognitive processes like statistical learning, and he has done multiple empirical investigations to back up his claim.

She graduated from Brown University with a B.A. and the University of Rochester with a Ph.D. Saffran is the daughter of cognitive neuropsychologist Eleanor Saffran and is married to fellow psychologist Seth Pollak.

Judy DeLoache

Judy DeLoache

Dr. Judy DeLoache is the University of Virginia's Professor of Psychology. She has a long list of publications on cognitive development in newborns and young children. She has served on the executive board of the International Society for the Study of Infancy and as president of the American Psychological Association's Developmental Division.

Judy is the president-elect of the Cognitive Development Society at the moment. She has given major invited talks at conferences such as the Association for Psychological Science and the Society for Research on Child Development. Professor DeLoache is the recipient of a National Institutes of Health Scientific MERIT Award, and her research is also supported by the National Science Foundation.

Nancy Eisenberg

Nancy Eisenberg

Dr. Nancy Eisenberg is a Regents Professor in Arizona State University's Department of Psychology. Emotion regulation and its links to adjustment and socio-emotional competence; moral and emotional development: altruism, empathy; socialisation and cultural factors in emotion regulation/dysregulation, social competence, adjustment, and prosocial responding; and developmental psychopathology are some of her research interests.

Robert S. Siegler

Robert S. Siegler

Dr. Robert S. Siegler is a Professor of Cognitive Psychology at Carnegie Mellon University. He is the author of the cognitive development textbook Children's Thinking, as well as several other books on child development such as How Children Develop, which he has written or edited. His ebooks have been published in Japanese, Spanish, French, Korean, and Portuguese, among other languages. He's given keynote addresses at the Cognitive Development Society, the International Society for the Study of Behavioral Development, the Japanese Psychological Association, the Eastern Psychological Association, and the Conference on Human Development over the last few years.

Professor Siegler was also an Associate Editor for the journal Developmental Psychology, co-edited the 2006 Handbook of Child Psychology's cognitive development volume, and served on the National Mathematics Advisory Panel from 2006 to 2008. Dr. Siegler was awarded the Distinguished Scientific Contribution Award by the American Psychological Association in 2005.

How Children Develop, 5th Edition, (PDF/ePub) has established itself as the topically organized textbook teachers and researchers trust for the latest perspectives on child development. The authors, each a well-known educator and scientist ―have earned that trust by introducing core concepts and impactful discoveries with a matchless integration of theory, cultural research, and applications, all in a style that is authoritative yet instantly understandable and relevant to students.

The latest new Fifth Edition has been thoroughly updated and welcomes co-author Elizabeth Gershoff (The University of Texas at Austin), who brings a range of research and teaching experience to the discussions of emotional and social development. It is also more interactive than ever before, with richer integration between the ebook and its interactive study features in LaunchPad.

Additional ISBNs: 978-1319059125, 9781319059125, 1319059120, 978-1319014230, 978-1319123406, 9781319123406, 1319123406

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