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Unformatted text preview: substage Precursors in self-development and evidence Sudden Infant Death Syndrome Motor development in infancy Visual cliff experiment, significance of Habituation Sleep/wake cycles and associated syndromes Significance of the cry Aphasia, types of Attachment, theories and patterns of Major domains of language acquisition Biological vs. Environmental approaches to language acquisition Major explanations of language development Brain Development in Early and Middle Childhood, significance of myelination, synapses Identity Development (ethnic, gender, personal) Theories of Sex-Role Identity Personal vs. Ethnic Identity Emotional regulation Antisocial vs. prosocial behaviors Baumrind’s parenting styles and significance of Sexual orientation of parents and outcomes in children Risk and Protective factors in early childhood (family, community, media) Impact of child care and preschool centers...
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- Fall '11
- Pediatrics, Sudden infant death syndrome