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. Physical Growth and Development in Infancy.
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Sensory and perceptual development
Height and weight
The Brain’s Development
Measuring the Brain’s Activity in Research on Infant Memory
The Brain’s Hemispheres
Early Experience and the Brain
Classification of Infant States
Nutritional Needs and Eating Behavior
Breast- Versus Bottle-Feeding
Malnutrition in Infancy
Gross and fine motor skills
What are sensation and perception?
Perceptual-motor coupling and unification
Evaluating Piaget’s theory
The Bayley Scales of Infant Intelligence
The Fagan Test of Infant Intelligence
How language develops
Behavior and environmental influences
Affect in Parent-Child Relationships
Developmental Timetable of Emotions
Defining and Classifying Temperament
Goodness of Fit
Parenting and the Child’s Temperament
The Developing Sense of Self
Phases of Attachment
Caregiving Styles and Attachment
The Transition to Parenthood
The Family as a System
Maternal and Paternal Infant Caregiving
Far more young children are in day care today than at any other time in history.