The Gale Encyclopedia of Childhood and Adolescence
Jerome Kagan, Susan B. Gall
Gale Research, 1998 - Psychology - 752 pages
Written to have a broad appeal, many of the nearly 700 alphabetically arranged entries are signed by one of the book's expert contributors and includes a resource list and a bibliography. An advisory board of leading child development experts, under the editorship of Dr. Jerome Kagan at Harvard University, helped shape and review the content and scope of this reference.
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Edited by Harvard University professor Kagan, this rather academic compilation of almost 700 essays on a wide spectrum of topics concerning child development purports to be a "comprehensive reference ... Read full review