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Downloadable Instructor’s Solution Manual for Child and Adolescent Development in Your Classroom, 1st Edition, Christi Crosby Bergin, David Allen Bergin,ISBN-10: 1111186340, ISBN-13: 9781111186340, Instructor’s Solution Manual (Complete) Download
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SECTION 1: FOUNDATIONS OF CHILD DEVELOPMENT.
1. Ways of Thinking About Children.
2. Physical Development and Health.
SECTION 2: THE COGNITIVE CHILD.
3. Classic Theories of Learning and Cognition.
4. Information Processing.
5. Cognitive Ability.
SECTION 3: THE EMOTIONAL CHILD.
6. Attachment and Personality.
7. Self-Control and Discipline.
8. Emotional Development.
SECTION 4: THE SOCIAL CHILD.
9. Social Cognition.
10. Social Behavior.
11. Peers, Friends, and Play.
Section 5: THE WHOLE CHILD.
12. Language and Literacy.
13. The Self-System, Motivation, and Interest.
14. The Child in Context.