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THE GROWTH AND DEVELOPMENT OF CHILDREN Catherine Lee

The new edition of this well-known guide to child growth and behaviour will be welcomed by dill those who work with and care for young children. Catherine Lee explores the activities of children in the context of their natural development from babyhood through the primary school years. New material for the third edition includes a more detailed discussion of the family in the 1980s, the increasing role of child-minders, and of the function of family centres. The section on the primary school has been brought up to date and the chapter on feeding children has been revised. The Growth and Development of Children will continue to be invaluable to all those groups which have daily contacts with young children. 200 pp 3d edition

PERCEPTUAL AND MOTOR DEVELOPMENT IN INFANTS AND CHILDREN Bryant J. Cratty

Explores motor development of infants and children from neurological, physiological, structural, motor learning, skill development, and motor performance views. Features in this Third Edition are new chapters on early neural changes; how learning and learning strategies are modified in younger and older children; the variables that negatively and positively influence early motor development; various qualitative changes in movement development; the integration of body-building changes with physiological changes in the body images; and an overview of currently available evaluative tools. 400 pp 3d edition


HANDBOOK OF ADOLESCENT PSYCHOLOGY Edited by Van Hasselt, V.B. and Hersen, M.

A major handbook covering all aspects of adolescence from many perspectives. Expert chapter authors introduce five theoretical mod- els:developmental; biological; psychodynamic; learning; and phenomenological-humanistic. Issues as diverse as normal development, morals and values, and physical development and maturation are covered in depth, along with a wealth of material on specific disorders and special topics. For clinical, developmental, educational, and school psychologists, psychiatrists, and libraries in these fields.

516 pp


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  1. A Perspective on the Development of Videotex
  2. Are the electronic media exacerbating illiteracy and making our children stupid? On the contrary, says Colin McCabe, they have the potential to make us truly literate.
  3. Catherine Palace
  4. Chart 6. The list of the countries in which, in opinion of experts, the media education is on the highest level of development
  5. Childrens Clothes
  6. Demonstrative Pronouns. Development of Articles
  7. Development of Diphthongs
  8. Development of Diphthongs
  9. Development of Monophthongs
  10. Development of Nominal Grammatical Categories
  11. Development of sibilants and affricates in Early Middle English
  12. Development of the Continuous Aspect




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