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The Resource Taking sides :, clashing views in lifespan development, selected, edited, and with introductions by Allison A. Buskirk-Cohen

Taking sides :, clashing views in lifespan development, selected, edited, and with introductions by Allison A. Buskirk-Cohen

Label
Taking sides :, clashing views in lifespan development
Title
Taking sides :
Title part
clashing views in lifespan development
Statement of responsibility
selected, edited, and with introductions by Allison A. Buskirk-Cohen
Title variation
  • Clashing views in lifespan development
  • Lifespan development
  • Lifespan development
Subject
Language
eng
Member of
Cataloging source
XMC
Dewey number
155
Index
no index present
LC call number
BF713
LC item number
.T35 2015
Literary form
non fiction
Nature of contents
bibliography
Series statement
  • Contemporary learning series
  • Taking sides
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  • Developmental psychology
  • Life cycle, Human
  • Human growth
  • Aging
Label
Taking sides :, clashing views in lifespan development, selected, edited, and with introductions by Allison A. Buskirk-Cohen
Instantiates
Publication
Bibliography note
Includes bibliographical references
Contents
  • unit 1. General issues in the study of life-span development -- issue 1. Does the cultural environment influence lifespan development more than our genes? -- Yes : "Genes and cultures : what creates our behavioral phenome?" (Current Anthropology, February 2003) / Paul Ehrlich and Marcus Feldman -- No : "Making the mind : why we've misunderstood the nature-nuture debate (Boston Review December 2003/January 2004) / Gary Marcus -- issue 2. Are peers more important than parents during the process of development? -- Yes : "How to succeed in childhood" (Wilson Quarterly, Winter 1991) / Judith Rich Harris -- No : "Do parents control" (New York Times Book Review, November 5, 1998) / Howard Gardner -- issue 3. Is Chinese parenting culturally distinct? -- Yes : "Why Chinese mothers are superior" (Wall Street Journal, the Saturday Essay, January 8, 2011) / Amy Chua -- No : "The social value of self-esteem" (Society, September 2011, vol. 48, no. 5) / Markella B. Rutherford --
  • unit 2. Prenatal development and infancy -- issue 4. Is drinking alcohol while pregnant an unnecessary risk to prenatal development? -- Yes : "Drinking for two" (New Scientist, July 1, 2006) / Phyllida Brown -- No : "The weighty responsibility of drinking for two" (The New York Times, November 29, 2006) / Julia Moskin -- issue 5. Is breastfeeding inevitably best for healthy development? -- Yes : The Surgeon General's Call to Action to Support Breastfeeding (Office of the Surgeon General, 2011) / U.S. Department of Health and Human Services -- No : "Breastfeed at your own risk" (Contexts, vol. 8, no. 4, Fall 2009) / Julie E. Artis -- issue 6. Are there good reasons to allow infants to consume electronic media, such as television? -- Yes : "The media family : electronic media in the lives of infants, toddlers, preschoolers and their parents" (a report from the Kaiser Family Foundation, May 2006 / Victoria Rideout, Elizabeth Hamel, and the Kaiser Family Foundation --
  • unit 3. Early childhood and middle childhood -- issue 7. Do innate gender differences influence how children learn? --Yes : "Gender-friendly schools" (Educational Leadership, November 2010) / Kelley King, Michael Gurian, and Kathy Stevens -- No. : "the myth of pink and blue brains" (Educational Leadership, November 2010) / Lise Eliot -- issue 8. Should bipolar disorder be diagnosed and treated in children? -- Yes : "About pediatric bipolar disorder" (at http://www.bpkids.org/learn/library/about-pediatric-bipolar-disorder , October 1, 2010) / Child and Adolescent Bipolar Foundation -- No : "Pediatric bipolar disorder" (in Your child does not have bipolar disorder : how bad science and good public relations created the diagnosis, Praeger, 2011) / Stuart L. Kaplan -- issue 9. Are violent video games necessarily bad for children? -- Yes : "Violent video games and other media violence, pts. 1 & 2 (Pediatrics for Parents, January/February & March/April, 2010) / Craig A. Anderson -- No : "children and video games : how much do we know? (Psychiatric Times, October, 2007) / Cheryl K. Olsen, Lawrence Kutner, and Eugene Beresin --
  • unit 4. Adolescence -- issue 10. Should contemporary adolescents be engaged in more structured activities? -- Yes : "Organized activity participation, positive youth development, and the over-scheduling hypothesis" (Social Policy Report, august 2006) / Joseph L. Mahoney, angel L. Harris, and Jacquelynne S. Eccles -- No : "Comments on 'organized activity participation, positive youth development, and the over-scheduling hypothesis" / Alvin Rosenfeld -- issue 11. Does the adolescent brain make risk taking inevitable? -- Yes : "risk taking in adolescence : new perspectives from brain and behavioral science" (Current Directions in Psychological Science, April 2007) / Laurence Steinberg -- No : "does the adolescent brain make risk taking inevitable? : a skeptical appraisal" (Journal of Adolescent Research, January 2009) / Michael Males --
  • unit 5. Youth and emerging adulthood -- issue 12. Is there such a thing as "emerging adulthood"? -- Yes : "Emerging adulthood : what is it, and what is it good for?" (child development Perspectives, December 2007) / Jefferey Jensen Arnett -- No. : "Conceptualizing emerging adulthood : inspecting the Emperor's new clothes" (Child Development Perspectives, December 2007) / Leo B. Hendry and Marion Kloep -- issue 13. Is there a "narcissism epidemic" among contemporary young adults? -- Yes : "Mapping the scale of the narcissism epidemic : increases in narcissism 2002-2007 within ethnic groups" (Journal of Research in Personality, December 2008) / Jean M. Twenge and Joshua D. Foster -- No : "An emerging epidemic of narcissism or much ado about nothing?" (Journal of Research in Personality, June 2009) / M. Brent Donnellan, Kali H. Trzesniewski, and Richard W. Robins -- issue 14. Are today's college students interested in engaging with religion and spirituality? -- Yes : "iFaith in the Amen Corner : how Gen Y is rethinking religion on campus" (Social Science Research Council Essay forum on the Religious Engagements of American Undergraduates, May 11, 2007, http://religion.ssrc.org/reforum/index.html ) / Diane Winston -- No : "Abandoned, pursued, or safely stowed?" (Social Science Research Council Essay forum on the Religious Engagements of American Undergraduates, February 6, 2007, http://religion.ssrc.org/reforum/index.html ) / Tim Clydesdale --
  • unit 6. Middle adulthood -- issue 15. Do adults need to place more value on marriage? -- Yes : Why marriage matters : thirty conclusions from the Social Sciences, 3rd ed. (Institute for American Values, 2011) / W. Bradford Wilcox [et al.] -- No : "The changing landscape of love and marriage" (Contexts, vol. 9, no. 2, Spring 2010) / Kathleen E. Hull, Ann Meier, and Timothy Ortyl -- issue 16. Is parenthood a detriment to well-being? -- Yes : "The joys of parenthood, reconsidered (Contexts, vol. 7, no. 2, Spring 2008) / Robin W. Simon -- No : "The Breeders' Cup" (Wall Street Journal, the Saturday Essay, June 19, 2010) / Bryan Caplan --
  • unit 7. Later adulthood -- issue 17. Is more civic engagement among older adults necessarily better? -- Yes : "Are we taking full advantage of older adults' potential?" (Perspectives on Productive Aging, no. 9, December 2007) / Sheila R. Zedlewski and Barbara A. Butrica -- No : "Opportunities or obligations? Civic engagement and older adults (Generations, Winter 2006-2007) / Marty Martinson -- issue 18. Is "mild cognitive impairment" too similar to normal aging to be a relevant concept? -- Yes : "Mild cognitive impairment : ethical considerations for nosological flexibility in human kinds (Philosophy, Psychiatry, & Psychology, March 2006) / Janice E. Graham and Karen Ritchie -- No : "Mild cognitive impairment is relevant (Philosophy, Psychiatry, & Psychology, March 2006) / Ronald C. Petersen -- issue 19. Should we try to "cure" old age? -- Yes : "The demographic and biomedical case for late-life interventions in aging" (Science Translational Medicine, vol. 2, no. 40, July 14, 2010 / Michael J. Rae [et al.] -- No : "The extreme arrogance of anti-aging medicine" (Biogerontology, vol. 10, no. 2, April 2009) / Robin Holliday
Control code
ocn783234312
Dimensions
24 cm.
Edition
5th ed.
Extent
iv, 348 p.
Isbn
9781259216183
System control number
  • (Sirsi) o783234312
  • (OCoLC)783234312
Label
Taking sides :, clashing views in lifespan development, selected, edited, and with introductions by Allison A. Buskirk-Cohen
Publication
Bibliography note
Includes bibliographical references
Contents
  • unit 1. General issues in the study of life-span development -- issue 1. Does the cultural environment influence lifespan development more than our genes? -- Yes : "Genes and cultures : what creates our behavioral phenome?" (Current Anthropology, February 2003) / Paul Ehrlich and Marcus Feldman -- No : "Making the mind : why we've misunderstood the nature-nuture debate (Boston Review December 2003/January 2004) / Gary Marcus -- issue 2. Are peers more important than parents during the process of development? -- Yes : "How to succeed in childhood" (Wilson Quarterly, Winter 1991) / Judith Rich Harris -- No : "Do parents control" (New York Times Book Review, November 5, 1998) / Howard Gardner -- issue 3. Is Chinese parenting culturally distinct? -- Yes : "Why Chinese mothers are superior" (Wall Street Journal, the Saturday Essay, January 8, 2011) / Amy Chua -- No : "The social value of self-esteem" (Society, September 2011, vol. 48, no. 5) / Markella B. Rutherford --
  • unit 2. Prenatal development and infancy -- issue 4. Is drinking alcohol while pregnant an unnecessary risk to prenatal development? -- Yes : "Drinking for two" (New Scientist, July 1, 2006) / Phyllida Brown -- No : "The weighty responsibility of drinking for two" (The New York Times, November 29, 2006) / Julia Moskin -- issue 5. Is breastfeeding inevitably best for healthy development? -- Yes : The Surgeon General's Call to Action to Support Breastfeeding (Office of the Surgeon General, 2011) / U.S. Department of Health and Human Services -- No : "Breastfeed at your own risk" (Contexts, vol. 8, no. 4, Fall 2009) / Julie E. Artis -- issue 6. Are there good reasons to allow infants to consume electronic media, such as television? -- Yes : "The media family : electronic media in the lives of infants, toddlers, preschoolers and their parents" (a report from the Kaiser Family Foundation, May 2006 / Victoria Rideout, Elizabeth Hamel, and the Kaiser Family Foundation --
  • unit 3. Early childhood and middle childhood -- issue 7. Do innate gender differences influence how children learn? --Yes : "Gender-friendly schools" (Educational Leadership, November 2010) / Kelley King, Michael Gurian, and Kathy Stevens -- No. : "the myth of pink and blue brains" (Educational Leadership, November 2010) / Lise Eliot -- issue 8. Should bipolar disorder be diagnosed and treated in children? -- Yes : "About pediatric bipolar disorder" (at http://www.bpkids.org/learn/library/about-pediatric-bipolar-disorder , October 1, 2010) / Child and Adolescent Bipolar Foundation -- No : "Pediatric bipolar disorder" (in Your child does not have bipolar disorder : how bad science and good public relations created the diagnosis, Praeger, 2011) / Stuart L. Kaplan -- issue 9. Are violent video games necessarily bad for children? -- Yes : "Violent video games and other media violence, pts. 1 & 2 (Pediatrics for Parents, January/February & March/April, 2010) / Craig A. Anderson -- No : "children and video games : how much do we know? (Psychiatric Times, October, 2007) / Cheryl K. Olsen, Lawrence Kutner, and Eugene Beresin --
  • unit 4. Adolescence -- issue 10. Should contemporary adolescents be engaged in more structured activities? -- Yes : "Organized activity participation, positive youth development, and the over-scheduling hypothesis" (Social Policy Report, august 2006) / Joseph L. Mahoney, angel L. Harris, and Jacquelynne S. Eccles -- No : "Comments on 'organized activity participation, positive youth development, and the over-scheduling hypothesis" / Alvin Rosenfeld -- issue 11. Does the adolescent brain make risk taking inevitable? -- Yes : "risk taking in adolescence : new perspectives from brain and behavioral science" (Current Directions in Psychological Science, April 2007) / Laurence Steinberg -- No : "does the adolescent brain make risk taking inevitable? : a skeptical appraisal" (Journal of Adolescent Research, January 2009) / Michael Males --
  • unit 5. Youth and emerging adulthood -- issue 12. Is there such a thing as "emerging adulthood"? -- Yes : "Emerging adulthood : what is it, and what is it good for?" (child development Perspectives, December 2007) / Jefferey Jensen Arnett -- No. : "Conceptualizing emerging adulthood : inspecting the Emperor's new clothes" (Child Development Perspectives, December 2007) / Leo B. Hendry and Marion Kloep -- issue 13. Is there a "narcissism epidemic" among contemporary young adults? -- Yes : "Mapping the scale of the narcissism epidemic : increases in narcissism 2002-2007 within ethnic groups" (Journal of Research in Personality, December 2008) / Jean M. Twenge and Joshua D. Foster -- No : "An emerging epidemic of narcissism or much ado about nothing?" (Journal of Research in Personality, June 2009) / M. Brent Donnellan, Kali H. Trzesniewski, and Richard W. Robins -- issue 14. Are today's college students interested in engaging with religion and spirituality? -- Yes : "iFaith in the Amen Corner : how Gen Y is rethinking religion on campus" (Social Science Research Council Essay forum on the Religious Engagements of American Undergraduates, May 11, 2007, http://religion.ssrc.org/reforum/index.html ) / Diane Winston -- No : "Abandoned, pursued, or safely stowed?" (Social Science Research Council Essay forum on the Religious Engagements of American Undergraduates, February 6, 2007, http://religion.ssrc.org/reforum/index.html ) / Tim Clydesdale --
  • unit 6. Middle adulthood -- issue 15. Do adults need to place more value on marriage? -- Yes : Why marriage matters : thirty conclusions from the Social Sciences, 3rd ed. (Institute for American Values, 2011) / W. Bradford Wilcox [et al.] -- No : "The changing landscape of love and marriage" (Contexts, vol. 9, no. 2, Spring 2010) / Kathleen E. Hull, Ann Meier, and Timothy Ortyl -- issue 16. Is parenthood a detriment to well-being? -- Yes : "The joys of parenthood, reconsidered (Contexts, vol. 7, no. 2, Spring 2008) / Robin W. Simon -- No : "The Breeders' Cup" (Wall Street Journal, the Saturday Essay, June 19, 2010) / Bryan Caplan --
  • unit 7. Later adulthood -- issue 17. Is more civic engagement among older adults necessarily better? -- Yes : "Are we taking full advantage of older adults' potential?" (Perspectives on Productive Aging, no. 9, December 2007) / Sheila R. Zedlewski and Barbara A. Butrica -- No : "Opportunities or obligations? Civic engagement and older adults (Generations, Winter 2006-2007) / Marty Martinson -- issue 18. Is "mild cognitive impairment" too similar to normal aging to be a relevant concept? -- Yes : "Mild cognitive impairment : ethical considerations for nosological flexibility in human kinds (Philosophy, Psychiatry, & Psychology, March 2006) / Janice E. Graham and Karen Ritchie -- No : "Mild cognitive impairment is relevant (Philosophy, Psychiatry, & Psychology, March 2006) / Ronald C. Petersen -- issue 19. Should we try to "cure" old age? -- Yes : "The demographic and biomedical case for late-life interventions in aging" (Science Translational Medicine, vol. 2, no. 40, July 14, 2010 / Michael J. Rae [et al.] -- No : "The extreme arrogance of anti-aging medicine" (Biogerontology, vol. 10, no. 2, April 2009) / Robin Holliday
Control code
ocn783234312
Dimensions
24 cm.
Edition
5th ed.
Extent
iv, 348 p.
Isbn
9781259216183
System control number
  • (Sirsi) o783234312
  • (OCoLC)783234312

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