7 edition of Understanding infant development found in the catalog.
Understanding infant development
Margaret B. Puckett
Includes bibliographical references and index.
|Statement||Margaret B. Puckett and Janet K. Black with Joseph M. Moriarity.|
|Contributions||Black, Janet K., Moriarity, Joseph.|
|LC Classifications||HQ774 .P83 2006|
|The Physical Object|
|LC Control Number||2006034662|
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Understanding Infant-Toddler Development section of this paper.) Also, in just a few years, states have transitioned their early learning standards from including only a few science indicators embedded in a general “cognition and knowledge” domain to including science as a free standing elaborated readiness domain1. In addition, theFile Size: KB. Promote Positive Social-Emotional Development and Behavior You can use your knowledge of temperament in many ways to support positive social-emotional development in the infants and toddlers you care for: 1. Reflect on your own temperament and preferences. Understanding your own temperament can help you to identify the “goodness of fit” for File Size: 3MB.
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ISBN: OCLC Number: Description: 85 pages: illustrations ; 26 cm. Contents: Theories of physical and motor development --Early brain growth and neurological development --Physical and motor development --Factors influencing physical and motor development --Theories of psychosocial development --The neurobiology of psychosocial development --Dimensions.
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