Book: Child Psychology & Development for Dummies

Book Title: Child Psychology & Development for Dummies

Author(s): Laura L. Smith, PhD and Charles H. Elliott, PhD.

Year: 2011.

Edition: First.

Publisher: Wiley Publishing, Inc.

Synopsis:

Grasp a child’s cognitive development, detect abnormalities, and learn what to do next.

An essential guide for parents, teachers, and caregivers, Child Psychology & Development For Dummies provides an informational guide to cognitive development at every stage of a child’s life, as well as expert tips and guidance on how to diagnose, treat, and overcome the cognitive barriers that impede learning and development.

  • The nuts and bolts – delve into the soup of kids’ development, including biology, psychology, learning, environment, and culture.
  • What makes kids tick? – discover how heredity, environment, experience, and culture interact to determine a child’s physical and emotional development.
  • Watch them grow – get an understanding of what a “normal” childhood should look like from conception through adolescence, and the types of behaviours to anticipate throughout.
  • Learn to spot trouble – find out what can go wrong during a child’s development, from physical problems like chronic illness to psychological problems like autism.
  • Ask for help – get expert guidance on the therapies and interventions that work, and how you can collaborate with professionals for an even better outcome.

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