The Gale Encyclopedia of Childhood & AdolescenceBook - 1998
This is a multidisciplinary reference source on the issues, terms, people, theories and trends that relate to children and their development. It contains over 900 alphabetically arranged, signed articles covering all aspects of child development from birth to young adulthood. Entries have been chosen for their relevance and importance by an international advisory panel of child development experts, and were composed by authorities in the child development field. Entries include: aggressiveness, anorexia nervosa, convergent thinking, fixation, motor development, repression, self-esteem, single-parent homes and thumb-sucking.
Publisher: Detroit : Gale, 
Copyright Date: ©1998
Branch Call Number: 305.23103 GAL
Characteristics: xiii, 752 pages :,illustrations ;,29 cm