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Appraising the Human Developmental Sciences
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This volume sets out to celebrate the Quarterly’s significant contribution to developmental research and to highlight the advances made in the field since the early 1950s.

Table of Contents

  1. Cover
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  1. Front Matter
  2. pp. i-iii
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  1. Contents
  2. p. v
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  1. Introduction: Merrill-Palmer Quarterly at Age 50, An Occasion for Appraising the Past, Present, and Future of the Human Developmental Sciences
  2. pp. 1-29
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  1. 1. Celebrating the 50th Anniversary of Merrill-Palmer Quarterly
  2. pp. 16-29
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  1. 2. The Limitations of Concepts in Developmental Psychology
  2. pp. 30-37
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  1. 3. Theory-of-Mind Development: Retrospect and Prospect
  2. pp. 38-55
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  1. 4. Cognitive Development Includes Global and Domain-Specific Processes
  2. pp. 56-66
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  1. 5. Learning About Learning
  2. p. 67
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  1. 6. Temperament and the Pursuit of an Integrated Developmental Psychology
  2. pp. 83-96
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  1. 7. Emotion-Related Regulation: An Emerging Construct
  2. pp. 97-120
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  1. 8. The Role of Mental Representation in Social Development
  2. pp. 121-137
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  1. 9. Children’s Friendships: Shifts Over a Half-Century in Perspectives on Their Development and Their Effects
  2. pp. 138-155
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  1. 10. Paying Attention to and Not Neglecting Social Withdrawal and Social Isolation
  2. pp. 156-185
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  1. 11. The Next 50 Years: Considering Gender as a Context for Understanding Young Children’s Peer Relationships
  2. pp. 186-199
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  1. 12. Understanding Children’s Family Worlds: Family Transitions and Children’s Outcomes
  2. pp. 200-210
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  1. 13. Fathers, Families, and the Future: A Plethora of Plausible Predictions
  2. pp. 211-225
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  1. 14. Progress and Prospects in the Psychology of Moral Development
  2. pp. 226-237
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  1. 15. Conscience in Childhood: Past, Present, and Future
  2. pp. 238-249
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  1. 16. Genetics and Developmental Psychology
  2. pp. 250-261
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  1. 17. The Nature-Nurture Debate and Public Policy
  2. pp. 262-271
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  1. 18. Why We Need to Explore Development in Its Cultural Context
  2. pp. 272-289
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  1. 19. Historical Lessons: The Value of Pluralism in Psychological
  2. pp. 290-299
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  1. 20. Early Child Care: The Known and the Unknown
  2. pp. 300-328
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  1. 21. Early Learning and School Readiness: Can Early Intervention Make a Difference?
  2. pp. 329-350
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  1. 22. Contextual Factors in Risk and Prevention Research
  2. pp. 351-365
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  1. 23. Integrating Developmental Scholarship and Society: From Dissemination and Accountability to Evidence-Based Programming and Policies
  2. pp. 366-381
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  1. Contributors
  2. pp. 383-384
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  1. Index
  2. pp. 385-404
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