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CONTENTS Preface PART I. INFANCY 1. Regulating Emotion in Infancy and Toddlerhood: A Self-determination Approach Wendy S. Grolnick, Jannette M. McMenamy, & Carolyn O. Kurowski 2. The Nature, Etiology and Consequences of Individual Differences in Temperament Ted Wachs 3. Determinants and Consequences of Infant-Parent Attachment Jay Belsky 4. Early Language Development: Social Influences in the First Years of Life Catherine S. Tamis-LeMonda, Tonia Cristofaro, Eileen T. Rodriquez, & Marc H. Bornstein 5. On the Emergence of Perceptual Organization and Categorization in Young Infants: Roles for Perceptual Process and Knowledge Access Paul Quinn PART II. PRESCHOOL YEARS 6. Peer Relations in Young Children Carollee Howes & Linda Lee 7. Pretend Play and Theory of Mind Robert Kavanaugh 8. Concreteness and Symbolic Development David H. Uttal, Linda L. Liu, & Judy S. DeLoache 9. Effects of Representational Reminders on Young Children's Recall: Implications for Long-term Memory Development Judith A. Hudson, Ellyn G. Sheffield, & Joanne Agayoff Deocampo 10. Conversing with Toddlers about the Nonpresent: Precursors to Narrative Development in Two Genres Paola Uccelli, Lowry Hemphill, Barbara Alexander Pan, & Catherine Snow PART III. CHILDHOOD 11. Peer Relationships during Middle Childhood: Gender, Emotions, and Aggression Marion K. Underwood, Lara Mayeux, & Mikal Galperin 12. Appreciating the Meaning and Aesthetics of Spatial Graphic Representations during Childhood Lynn Liben 13. The Role of Gender Stereotypes in Children's Preferences and Behavior Cindy Faith Miller, Hanns Martin Trautner, & Diane Ruble 14. Motivational and Emotional Pathways through Middle Childhood Jacquelynne Eccles, Robert Roeser, & Allan Wigfield 15. Emotion Regulation and Children's Socioemotional Competence Nancy Eisenberg & Richard A. Fabes PART IV. ADOLESCENCE 16. Transition into Adolescence: The Role of Pubertal Processes Lori DeRose & Jeanne Brooks-Gunn 17. Friendships among Black, Latino, and Asian-American Adolescents: Contextual Predictors, Characteristics, and Quality Niobe Way, Bronwyn E. Becker, & Melissa L. Greene 18. Towards a New Vision and Vocabulary about Adolescence: Theoretical and Empirical Bases of a "Positive Youth Development" Perspective Richard M. Lerner, Jacqueline V. Lerner, and colleagues in the Institute for Applied Research in Youth Development 19. What Does It Mean to Be An Adult? Young People's Conceptions of Adulthood Jeffrey Jensen Arnett PART V: ECOLOGICAL INFLUENCES 20. The Family Environment Robert H. Bradley & Robert F. Corwyn 21. Poverty: Consequences for Children Marika N. Ripke & Aletha C. Huston 22. The Impact of Community Violence on Preschool Development L. Oriana Linares & Nicole Anne Morin 23. Cultural and Maturational Influences on Long-term Event Memory Michelle Leichtman 24. Tuned In or Tuned Out: Parents' and Children's Interpretation of Parental Racial Socialization Practices Diane Hughes 25. Neighborhoods and Schools: Contexts and Consequences for the Mental Health and Risk Behaviors of Children and Youth Elizabeth T. Gershoff & J. Lawrence Aber
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