Encyclopedia of Applied Developmental Science
Celia B. Fisher, Richard M. Lerner
Sage Publications, 2005 - Adolescence - 1298 pages
Topics listed in Reader's guide are Adolescent development; ADS training and education; Adult development; Biographies of applied development scientists; Child development; Civic engagement; Culture and diversity; Development : promoting interventions; Developmental assessment; Developmental disorders; Developmental processes; Developmental risks; Ecology of human development; Emotional and social development; Ethics; Families; Foundations; Health; Historical influences; Infant development; Organizations; Parenting; Personality development; Religiosity and spirituality; Research methodology; Schools; Social issues; Theory; Universities; Youth programs.
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