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Adolescent Development for Educators, plus MyLab Education with Pearson eText -- Access Card Package

By Allison M. Ryan, Tim Urdan, Eric M Anderman, Eric M. Anderman

Published by Pearson

Published Date: Mar 2, 2018

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An adolescent development text written for educators. The existing textbooks on adolescent development are predominantly written for undergraduate psychology majors and have little to say about what the theories and research mean for teachers in schools working with adolescent students. The key feature that guided the development of this book and that sets it apart from other textbooks on adolescent development is the focus on application of concepts to educational settings and the practical implications for teachers.

 

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Table of Contents

Brief Table of Contents

Chapter 1: Introduction to Adolescence

Chapter 2: Physical Development

Chapter 3: Cognitive and Intellectual Development

Chapter 4: Social and Moral Development

Chapter 5: Identity and Self-Perceptions

Chapter 6: Families

Chapter 7: Technology and Media

Chapter 8: Peers 

Chapter 9: Motivation, Classrooms and Schools

Chapter 10: Sexuality and Romantic Relationships

Chapter 11: Mental Health, Coping Strategies, and Problems

Chapter 12: Moving into Adulthood

 

Detailed Table of Contents

Chapter 1: Introduction to Adolescence

INTRODUCTION

DEFINING ADOLESCENCE

THE LIVES OF ADOLESCENTS

FRAMEWORKS FOR CONCEPTUALIZING ADOLESCENT DEVELOPMENT

STRUCTURE OF THE BOOK

 

Chapter 2: Physical Development

INTRODUCTION

PHYSIOLOGICAL DEVELOPMENT IN PUBERTY

DEVELOPMENT OF THE BRAIN DURING ADOLESCENCE

HOW PHYSICAL DEVELOPMENT AFFECTS SOCIAL AND COGNITIVE CHANGE

BODY IMAGE AND EATING DISORDERS

PHYSICAL HEALTH AND WELL-BEING

ADOLESCENT HEALTH AND SCHOOL HEALTH SERVICES

RECOMMENDATIONS FOR EDUCATORS

 

Chapter 3: Cognitive and Intellectual Development

INTRODUCTION

PIAGET’S THEORY OF COGNITIVE DEVELOPMENT: IMPLICATIONS FOR ADOLESCENTS

VYGOTSKY’S THEORY OF COGNITIVE DEVELOPMENT

INTEGRATING PIAGET AND VYGOTSKY

ADOLESCENT COGNITIVE DEVELOPMENT IN THE 21ST CENTURY

MEMORY

INTELLIGENCE

METACOGNITION

LIMITATIONS OF ADOLESCENTS’ COGNITIVE ABILITIES

RECOMMENDATIONS FOR EDUCATORS

 

Chapter 4: Social and Moral Development

INTRODUCTION

MORAL DEVELOPMENT DURING

PERSPECTIVE TAKING

RELIGIOSITY DURING ADOLESCENCE

VOLUNTEERING AND SERVICE LEARNING

ACADEMIC CHEATING

RECOMMENDATIONS FOR EDUCATORS

 

Chapter 5: Identity and Self-Perceptions

INTRODUCTION

THEORIES, CONCEPTUALIZATIONS, AND DEFINITIONS OF IDENTITY

GENDER IDENTITY

ETHNIC AND CULTURAL IDENTITY

RECOMMENDATIONS FOR EDUCATORS

 

Chapter 6: Families

INTRODUCTION

CHANGING CIRCUMSTANCES OF ADOLESCENTS AND FAMILIES IN SOCIETY

THE FAMILY SYSTEM DURING ADOLESCENCE

PARENTING STYLES

ATTACHMENT AND AUTONOMY

CONFLICT WITH PARENTS

PARENTAL INVOLVEMENT IN ADOLESCENT LEARNING

RECOMMENDATIONS FOR EDUCATORS

 

Chapter 7: Technology and Media

INTRODUCTION

TECHNOLOGY AND MEDIA USE

MEDIA AND ADOLESCENT DEVELOPMENT

MEDIA EFFECTS

SOCIAL MEDIA 

RECOMMENDATIONS FOR EDUCATORS

 

Chapter 8: Peers

INTRODUCTION

FRIENDS

PEER GROUPS

CROWDS

POPULARITY

BULLYING, AGGRESSION AND VICTIMIZATION

SUPPORTING STUDENTS’ PEER RELATIONSHIPS AT SCHOOL

RECOMMENDATIONS FOR EDUCATORS

 

Chapter 9: Motivation, Classrooms and Schools

INTRODUCTION

MOTIVATION

CLASSROOMS

SOCIOECONOMIC STATUS, ETHNICITY AND SCHOOLING

RECOMMENDATIONS FOR EDUCATORS

 

Chapter 10: Sexuality and Romantic Relationships

INTRODUCTION

WHAT IS HEALTHY SEXUAL DEVELOPMENT?

RATES OF SEXUAL ACTIVITY

ROMANTIC RELATIONSHIPS IN ADOLESCENCE

WHERE ADOLESCENTS GET THEIR INFORMATION ABOUT SEX

PROBLEMS ASSOCIATED WITH ADOLESCENT SEXUAL BEHAVIOR

RECOMMENDATIONS FOR EDUCATORS

 

Chapter 11: Mental Health, Coping Strategies, and Problems

INTRODUCTION

INTERNALIZING DISORDERS COMMON AMONG ADOLESCENTS

EXTERNALIZING DISORDERS MOST COMMON DURING ADOLESCENCE

SUBSTANCE USE ABUSE AMONG ADOLESCENTS

RECOMMENDATIONS FOR EDUCATORS

 

Chapter 12: Moving into Adulthood

INTRODUCTION

EMERGING ADULTHOOD

TRANSITIONS INTO COLLEGE

TRANSITIONS INTO THE WORKFORCE

TRANSITIONS INTO THE MILITARY

RECOMMENDATIONS FOR EDUCATORS