eBook Encyclopedia of Child Behavior and Development, 1st Edition

  • Sam Goldstein
  • Jack A. Naglieri
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  • ISBN-10: 0387790616
  • ISBN-13: 9780387790619
  • DDC: 155.403
  • Grade Level Range: College Freshman - College Senior
  • 1591 Pages | eBook
  • Original Copyright 2011 | Published/Released September 2013
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This major reference work breaks new ground as an electronic resource for students, educators, researchers, and professionals. Encyclopedic in breath, textbook in depth, Child Behavior and Development serves as a reference repository of knowledge in the field as well as a frequently updated conduit of new knowledge long before such information trickles down from research to standard textbooks. Presented in A to Z format, the Encyclopedia of Child Behavior and Development consists of three volumes that address the major conceptual areas of child development: learning, behavior, and emotions. Taking advantage of the techniques offered by the electronic medium, the Encyclopedia of Child Behavior and Development offers an extensive cross-referencing system that facilitates speedy search and retrieval of information.

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  • Breaks new ground as a major e-reference work for students, educators, researchers, professionals, and clinicians alike.
  • A one-stop reference resource that provides a comprehensive grounding in broadly based topics that cover the wide expanse of child behavior and development issues.
  • Springer’s integrated content platform facilitates access to more in-depth texts and articles.
  • Serves as a repository of knowledge in the field as well as a conduit of information about cutting-edge research before it trickles down to standard textbooks.
  • Offers an extensive cross-referencing system that makes the search and retrieval of information a simple process.

Table of Contents

Front Cover.
Half Title Page.
Title Page.
Other Frontmatter.
Copyright Page.
Other Frontmatter.
Dedication.
Preface.
Editors-in-Chief.
Editorial Board.
Editorial Management Team.
List of Contributors.
1: Abecedarian Project.
2: Abilify.
3: Ability Grouping.
4: Abortion.
5: Abstract Mapping.
6: Academic Achievement.
7: Academic Delay of Gratification.
8: Academic Readiness.
9: Acceptance and Commitment Therapy.
10: Accommodations, Classroom.
11: Accommodations, Piagetian.
12: Acculturation.
13: Acetylcholine.
14: Achievement Motivation.
15: Achievement Testing.
16: Acne.
17: Acquired Autism.
18: Acquired Immunodeficiency Syndrome.
19: Active Euthanasia.
20: Active Exploration.
21: Active Listening.
22: Activities of Daily Living.
23: Adaptability.
24: Adaptive Behavior.
25: Adderall (Amphetamine).
26: Addictive Drugs.
27: Adjustment.
28: Adjustment Disorder in Children.
29: Adler, Alfred.
30: Adolescence.
31: Adolescent Egocentrism.
32: Adolescent Family Life Act (AFLA).
33: Adolescent Mothers.
34: Adult Attachment Interview (AAI).
35: Affect.
36: Affective Disorders.
37: African American English.
38: Age Bias.
39: Age Equivalent.
40: Age of Viability.
41: Age-Graded Influences: Cohort.
42: Agenesis of the Corpus Callosum.
43: Aggression.
44: Agnosia.
45: Aid to Families with Dependent Children (AFDC).
46: Ainsworth's Procedure.
47: Albinism.
48: Alcohol.
49: Alcohol Exposure.
50: Allele.
51: Allport, Gordon Willard.
52: Altricial.
53: Ambien (Zolpidem).
54: Ambivalent Attachment.
55: American College of Obstetricians and Gynecologists (ARCOG).
56: American Psychiatric Association.
57: American Psychiatric Association Diagnostic and Statistical Manual of Mental Disorders (DSM-IV).
58: American Psychological Association (APA).
59: American Sign Language (ASL).
60: Americans with Disabilities Act (ADA).
61: Amniocentesis.
62: Amygdala.
63: Anabolic Steroids.
64: Analysis of Variance.
65: Analytic Intelligence.
66: Anastasi, Ann.
67: Androgyny.
68: Anencephaly.
69: Angelman Syndrome.
70: Angular Gyrus.
71: Anhedonia.
72: Animism.
73: Anorexia Nervosa.
74: Anosmia.
75: Anovulatory Cycle.
76: Anoxia.
77: Antecedent Management of Behavior.
78: Anthropology.
79: Anticipatory Grief.
80: Anticonvulsants.
81: Antidepressants.
82: Antipsychotics.
83: Antisocial Behavior.
84: Anxiety.
85: Anxiety Disorders.
86: Anxiolytics/Hypnotics.
87: Apgar.
88: Apgar Score.
89: Aphasia.
90: Aphasia Screening Test.
91: Apnea.
92: Applied Behavior Analysis (ABA).
93: Applied Behavioral Assessment.
94: Apraxia.
95: Archival Research.
96: Arcuate Fasciculus.
97: Arithmetic.
98: Army Alpha Intelligence Test.
99: Army Beta Intelligence Test.
100: Art Therapy.
101: Articulation Disorder.
102: Asperger's Disorder.
103: Asphyxia.
104: Assessment.
105: Assimilation.
106: Association for Retarded Citizens (ARC).
107: Asthma.
108: At Risk.
109: Attachment Theory.
110: Attention.
111: Attention Deficit Disorder.
112: Attention Span.
113: Attentional Strategies.
114: Attention-Deficit/Hyperactivity Disorder.
115: Attribution.
116: Atypical Neuroleptics.
117: Auditory Cortex.
118: Auditory Memory.
119: (Central) Auditory Processing Disorder.
120: Augmentative Communication.
121: Authoritarian Parenting Style.
122: Autism.
123: Autism Behavior Checklist.
124: Autism Spectrum Disorders.
125: Autistic Behaviors.
126: Autobiographical Memory.
127: Autonomy.
128: Autonomy versus Shame and Doubt.
129: Aversive Stimulus.
130: Avoidance Learning.
131: Avoidant Attachment.
132: Axon.
133: Babbling.
134: Babinski Reflex.
135: Babinsky Response.
136: Baby Talk.
137: Baer, Donald M..
138: Baldwin, James Mark.
139: Bandura, Albert.
140: Barkley Home Situations Questionnaire.
141: Barkley School Situations Questionnaire.
142: Barkley, Russell A..
143: Basal Ganglia.
144: Base Rate.
145: Battelle Developmental Inventory: 2nd Edition.
146: Battered Child Syndrome.
147: Baumrind's Parenting Styles.
148: Bayley Scales of Infant Development: Third Edition.
149: Beck Anxiety Inventory.
150: Beck Depression Inventory.
151: Beck Therapy.
152: Bedwetting.
153: Behavior.
154: Behavior Assessment.
155: Behavior Assessment System for Children: Second Edition (BASC-2).
156: Behavior Disorders.
157: Behavior Modeling.
158: Behavior Modification.
159: Behavior Rating Scale.
160: Behavior Therapy.
161: Behavioral Consultation.
162: Behavioral Observation.
163: Behaviorism.
164: Bender Visual Motor Gestalt Test.
165: Bereavement.
166: Bias, Race.
167: Bibliotherapy.
168: Bicultural Identity.
169: Bicycle Accidents.
170: Bilingualism.
171: Bilirubin Lights.
172: Binet, Alfred.
173: Binge/Purge Eating.
174: Bingeing.
175: Bioecological Approach to Development.
176: Bioecological Theory of Development.
177: Biofeedback.
178: Bipolar Disorder.
179: Birth Cohort.
180: Birth Complications.
181: Birth Defects.
182: Birth Order.
183: Birth Process.
184: Birth Weight.
185: Bisexual.
186: Black Intelligence Test of Cultural Homogeneity.
187: Blastocyst.
188: Blindness.
1: 2004 Education for All Handicapped Children Act.
2: 2008 Education for All Handicapped Children Act.
3: Early Childhood.
4: Early Head Start.
5: Early Intervention.
6: Eating Disorders.
7: Ebonics.
8: Echolalia.
9: Echopraxia.
10: Educational Psychology.
11: Educational Therapy.
12: Effexor®.
13: Elavil®.
14: Electroencephalogram (EEG).
15: Embedded Figures Test.
16: Emergent Literacy.
17: Emotional Abuse.
18: Emotional Connection, Parent-Child.
19: Emotional Disturbance.
20: Emotional Intelligence.
21: Emotional Lability.
22: Emotional Self-Regulation.
23: Empathy.
24: Encephalitis.
25: Encopresis.
26: Endophenotype.
27: Endorphins.
28: Enuresis.
29: Epicanthic Fold.
30: Epidemiology.
31: Epinephrine.
32: Episodic Memory.
33: Erikson, Erik H..
34: Erikson's Stages of the Life Cycle.
35: Errorless Learning.
36: Essential Amino Acids.
37: Estrogen.
38: Ethics.
39: Ethnicity.
40: Ethnocentrism.
41: Etiological Attachment Theory.
42: Executive Dysfunction.
43: Executive Function.
44: Expressive Dysphasia.
45: Expressive Language.
46: Expressive Language Disorders.
47: Expressive Vocabulary Test, Second Edition.
48: Extended Families.
49: External Motivation.
50: Extinction.
51: Extinction Burst.
52: Extrinsic.
53: Extrinsic Motivation.
54: Extrinsically Motivated Behavior.
55: Eye Movements.
56: Eye–Hand Coordination.
57: Fabry Syndrome.
58: Facial Recognition.
59: Failure to Thrive Syndrome.
60: False Belief Task.
61: Family Drawing.
62: Family Therapist.
63: Family Therapy.
64: Fantasy Play.
65: Fascia.
66: Fathers.
67: Feeding Disorder.
68: Feingold Diet.
69: Femininity.
70: Festinger, Leon.
71: Fetal Alcohol Effects.
72: Fetal Alcohol Syndrome.
73: Fetal Development.
74: Fetal Distress.
75: Fetus.
76: Filial Therapy.
77: Fine Motor Skills.
78: Fire Setting.
79: Fixed Interval Schedule.
80: Fluid Intelligence.
81: Fluoxetine.
82: Flurazepam.
83: Formative Assessment.
84: Foster Care.
85: Fragile X Syndrome.
86: Freud, Anna.
87: Friends.
88: Friendship.
89: Fromm, Erich.
90: Frontal Lesion.
91: Frontal Lobes.
92: Full Inclusion.
93: Functional Behavioral Assessment.
94: Functional Magnetic Resonance Imaging.
95: Function-Based Diagnostic Classification Systems: Problem Behavior.
96: Gardner's Theory of Multiple Intelligences.
97: Gender Development.
98: Gender Identity.
99: Gender Identity Disorder.
100: Gender Roles.
101: Gender Schema Theory.
102: General Intelligence.
103: Generalization.
104: Generalized Anxiety Disorder.
105: Generativity versus Stagnation (Erikson's Middle Age).
106: Genotype.
107: Geodon®.
108: Gerstmann Syndrome.
109: Gestures.
110: Gifted and Talented Children.
111: Global Assessment of Functioning Scales.
112: Globus Pallidus.
113: Go/No-Go Task.
114: Gonads.
115: Gordon Diagnostic System.
116: Grade Equivalents.
117: Grade Retention.
118: Grey Matter.
119: Grief Work.
120: Grieving.
121: Group Homes.
122: Group Therapy.
123: Guilt.
124: Habit Reversal.
125: Habituation.
126: Halcion®.
127: Hallucinogens.
128: Halstead, Ward C..
129: Halstead-Reitan Neuropsychological Test Battery.
130: Hawthorne Effect.
131: Head Start.
132: Health Psychology.
133: Hebb, Donald O..
134: Hellp Syndrome.
135: Hemispherectomy.
136: Hemispheres of the Brain.
137: Hemispheres of the Brain, Lateralization of.
138: Hemoglobin.
139: Hemophilia.
140: Heritability.
141: Hierarchical Linear Modeling.
142: Hippocampus.
143: Holophrases.
144: Holtzman Ink Blot Test (HIT).
145: Homeless Families.
146: Homework.
147: Homophobia.
148: Homoscedasticity.
149: Homosexuality.
150: Homozygous.
151: Hormones.
152: Hospice.
153: Hospitalization of Preschoolers.
154: Hostile Aggression.
155: Human Cell.
156: Human Evolution.
157: Human Immunodeficiency Virus (HIV).
158: Humanistic Perspective.
159: Humanistic Therapy.
160: Huntington's Disease.
161: Hydrocephalus.
162: Hyperactivity.
163: Hyperkinesis.
164: Hyperlexia.
165: Hypnosis.
166: Hypoactivity.
167: Hypothalamus.
168: Hypotonia.
169: Iconic Memory.
170: Id.
171: Identity.
172: Identity Crisis.
173: Identity Diffusion.
174: Identity Foreclosure.
175: Identity Formation.
176: Identity Moratorium.
177: Identity Status.
178: Identity Styles.
179: Identity versus Role Confusion.
180: Idiot Savant.
181: Illicit Drug Use in Adolescence.
182: Illicit Drugs.
183: Imaginary Audience.
184: Imaging Techniques.
185: Immigrant Children.
186: Impulse Control.
187: Impulsivity.
188: Indifferent Parenting Style.
189: Individual Education Plans.
190: Individuals with Disabilities Education Act (IDEA).
191: Inductive Parenting.
192: Inductive Reasoning.
193: Infancy.
194: Infant Mortality.
195: Infantile Amnesia.
196: Infant–Mother Attachment Studies, of Ainsworth.
197: Inference.
198: Inhalants.
199: Inhibition.
200: Initiative versus Guilt.
1: Pain Sensitivity.
2: Palliative Care.
3: Parallel Play.
4: Paraplegia.
5: Parent Behavior.
6: Parent Management Training.
7: Parenting Styles.
8: Parietal Lobe.
9: Parkinson's Disease.
10: Pass Theory.
11: Pavlov, Ivan Petrovich.
12: Paxil (Paroxetine).
13: Peabody Picture Vocabulary Test–Third Edition (PPVT-III).
14: Peer Group.
15: Peer Nomination Technique.
16: Peer Relationships.
17: Peer Tutoring.
18: Perfectionistic.
19: Peripheral Nervous System.
20: Permissive Parenting Style.
21: Personal Narratives.
22: Perspective-Taking.
23: Phenotype.
24: Phonemes.
25: Phonemic.
26: Phonemic Awareness.
27: Phonemic Development.
28: Phonemic Reading Skills.
29: Phonics.
30: Phonological Awareness.
31: Phonological Development.
32: Phonological Disorders.
33: Phonological Learning.
34: Phonological Loop.
35: Phonology.
36: Physical Abuse.
37: Physical Aggression.
38: Piaget, Jean.
39: Piaget's Cognitive Development Theory.
40: Piaget's Preoperational Period.
41: Piaget's Sensorimotor Period.
42: Piaget's Theory of Moral Development.
43: Placebo.
44: Placenta.
45: Plasticity of the Brain.
46: Play Therapy.
47: Play-Based Assessment.
48: Play-Group Therapy.
49: Pleasure Principle.
50: Positive Affect.
51: Positive Practice.
52: Positive Reinforcement.
53: Positron Emission Tomography.
54: Postconventional Morality.
55: Post-Natal Depression.
56: Posttraumatic Stress Disorder.
57: Practical Intelligence.
58: Prader-Willi Syndrome.
59: Pragmatics.
60: Precision Teaching.
61: Preconventional Moral Reasoning.
62: Preference Assessments.
63: Prefrontal Cortex.
64: Prejudice.
65: Prelinguistic Communication.
66: Premack Principle.
67: Premature Infants.
68: Prematurity.
69: Prenatal Development.
70: Prenatal Period, Stages of.
71: Prenatal Screening.
72: Preoperational Stage (Piaget).
73: Pretend Play.
74: Preterm Birth.
75: Proactive Aggressors.
76: Profound Mental Retardation.
77: Progeria Syndrome.
78: Projection.
79: Projective Assessment Techniques.
80: Proprioception.
81: Prosocial Behavior.
82: Prosopagnosia.
83: Protective Factors.
84: Psychoanalysis.
85: Psychoanalytic Theory.
86: Psychodynamic Approaches.
87: Psychoeducational Assessment.
88: Psycholinguistics.
89: Psychological Abuse.
90: Psychological Age.
91: Psychological Assessment.
92: Psychological Disorders.
93: Psychological Maltreatment.
94: Psychology.
95: Psychometrics.
96: Psychomotor Seizures.
97: Psychopathology.
98: Psychosexual Stages, of Freud.
99: Psychosis.
100: Psychosomatic.
101: Psychotherapist.
102: Psychotropic Medication.
103: Puberty.
104: Punishment.
105: Purdue Pegboard Dexterity Test.
106: Purging.
107: Putamen.
108: Pygmalion Effect.
109: Q-Sort Method Attachment.
110: Quetiapine.
111: Race.
112: Radical Behaviorism.
113: Raphe Nuclei.
114: Rapid Automized Naming.
115: Rapid Eye Movement Sleep.
116: Rating Scales.
117: Raymond Dean.
118: Razadyne.
119: Reaction Formation.
120: Reactive Attachment Disorder.
121: Reading.
122: Reading Disorders.
123: Reading Skills.
124: Reality Principle.
125: Reality Therapy.
126: Receptive Language.
127: Receptive Language Disorders.
128: Receptive Vocabulary.
129: Recessive Trait.
130: Recognition Memory.
131: Redl, Fritz.
132: Regression Analysis.
133: Regulation of Emotion.
134: Rehabilitation Act of 1973.
135: Reinforcement.
136: Reinforcers.
137: Reitan, Ralph M..
138: Rejected Children.
139: Rejecting/Neglecting Parents.
140: Relational Aggression.
141: Relational Frame Theory.
142: Relationships.
143: Reliability.
144: Religion.
145: Remeron®.
146: Resilience.
147: Response Cost.
148: Response Generalization.
149: Restoril®.
150: Restrictive Play.
151: Retardation, Degrees of.
152: Retention.
153: Reticular Activating System.
154: Rett Syndrome.
155: Revised Children's Manifest Anxiety Scale: Second Edition.
156: Rey Complex Figure Test.
157: Reynolds Adolescent Depression Scale 2.
158: Reynolds Child Depression Scale.
159: Right Hemisphere Syndromes.
160: Risk.
161: Risk Factors.
162: Risley, Todd R..
163: Risperdal®.
164: Ritalin®.
165: Rogers, Carl.
166: Role-Playing.
167: Rorschach Inkblot Method.
168: Rorschach Test.
169: Rorschach, Hermann.
170: Satz, Paul.
171: Scaffolding.
172: Schemas.
173: Schizophrenia.
174: SAT.
175: School Climate.
176: School Dropout.
177: School Psychologist.
178: School Psychology.
179: School Readiness.
180: Secular Trends.
181: Selective Attention.
182: Selective Mutism.
183: Self Identity: Sexual Abuse of Adolescents.
184: Self Management.
185: Self-Actualization.
186: Self-Care.
187: Self-Care Development.
188: Self-Concept.
189: Self-Determination.
190: Self-Efficacy.
191: Self-Esteem.
192: Self-Evaluation in Academic Settings.
193: Self-Fulfilling Prophecy.
194: Self-Injurious Behavior.
195: Self-Judgment.
196: Self-Monitoring.
197: Self-Regulated Learning.
198: Self-Regulation.
199: Self-Reinforcement.
200: Self-Talk.