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The Global Context for New Directions for Child and Adolescent Development : New Directions for Child and Adolescent Development, Number 147

By: Grigorenko, Elena L.
Contributor(s): Grigorenko, Elena L , PhD.
Material type: TextTextSeries: eBooks on Demand.J-B CAD Single Issue Child & Adolescent Development: Publisher: Somerset : Wiley, 2015Description: 1 online resource (155 p.).ISBN: 9781119058441.Subject(s): Child development | Child psychology | Youth -- Psychology | Youth developmentGenre/Form: Electronic books.Additional physical formats: Print version:: The Global Context for New Directions for Child and Adolescent Development : New Directions for Child and Adolescent Development, Number 147DDC classification: 305.231 Online resources: Click here to view this ebook.
Contents:
The Global Context for New Directions for Child and Adolescent Development -- CONTENTS -- PREFACE -- PREFACE -- 1 Genomic Sciences for Developmentalists: A Merge of Science and Practice -- Prenatal Genetic Testing -- Newborn Genetic Testing -- Diagnosis of Complex Disorders -- Tracking the Epigenome Throughout the Development -- Concluding Remarks -- References -- 2 Utilizing Biopsychosocial and Strengths-Based Approaches Within the Field of Child Health: What We Know and Where We Can Grow -- Introduction -- Biopsychosocial Model in Early Development With a Strengths-Based Approach
Implications and Future Direction -- References -- 3 Challenges for an Interdisciplinary Consideration of Cognitive Training -- Introduction -- Challenges of Multiple Domains of Investigation -- Levels of Analysis -- Nomenclature -- Outcome Expectations -- What Is Being Trained? A Tale of Two FCFs -- Working Memory -- Spatial Abilities -- Summary and Recommendations -- Notes -- References -- 4 Edutainment, Games, and the Future of Education in a Digital World -- Introduction -- Edutainment -- Games -- Empirical Evidence -- New Directions -- References -- 5 Bilingualism: Research and Policy
Bilingualism Research-Behavior and Brain -- Policy and Practice -- Note -- References -- 6 The Utility of Neuroimaging Studies for Informing Educational Practice and Policy in Reading Disorders -- Introduction -- Example 1: Validating and Optimizing Identification Criteria for RD Informed by Neuroimaging -- Example 2: Neuroimaging in Aiding Prediction of Reading Outcomes and Potential for Early Identification and Intervention -- Future Direction -- References -- 7 New Directions for the Study of Within-Individual Variability in Development: The Power of "N = 1"
Idiographic Psychology and the Single-Case Design -- Prevalent Methods for the Idiographic Study of Within-Individual Variability -- Experimental Single-Case Approach -- Scientific Idiographic Approach -- Dynamic Systems Approaches -- Challenges, Limitations, Future Directions -- Conclusion -- Notes -- References -- 8 Challenges of Adolescent Psychology in the European Identity Context -- Euro-Identity: From Historical Context to Current Initiatives -- Contributions and Orientations of Research on Adolescent Psychology -- Conclusion: Future Directions -- References
9 Anger and Globalization Among Young People in India -- Globalization and Youth -- Youth in India -- Globalization and Anger -- India and Anger -- Poverty, Inequity, and Anger -- Conclusion: Potential Solutions -- References -- 10 Classroom Research and Child and Adolescent Development in South America -- Ethnicity -- School Climate and Violence -- The Learning Process -- Conclusions -- References -- 11 Adverse Environments and Children's Creativity Development: Transforming the Notion of "Success in Adversity" in China -- References
12 Seeing the Trees Within the Forest: Addressing the Needs of Children Without Parental Care in the Russian Federation
Summary: Take an in depth look at the field of child and adolescent development. In this issue, the new leadership of this series offers different aspects of relevant work throughout multiple disciplines and continents, capturing both the variability and the richness of the themes considered and topics investigated in the field of childhood and adolescence. It answers: What are some of the "new" directions in the developmental sciences of childhood and adolescence? Where will the field be within the next decade or so? How do those who practice in the field's different
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The Global Context for New Directions for Child and Adolescent Development -- CONTENTS -- PREFACE -- PREFACE -- 1 Genomic Sciences for Developmentalists: A Merge of Science and Practice -- Prenatal Genetic Testing -- Newborn Genetic Testing -- Diagnosis of Complex Disorders -- Tracking the Epigenome Throughout the Development -- Concluding Remarks -- References -- 2 Utilizing Biopsychosocial and Strengths-Based Approaches Within the Field of Child Health: What We Know and Where We Can Grow -- Introduction -- Biopsychosocial Model in Early Development With a Strengths-Based Approach

Implications and Future Direction -- References -- 3 Challenges for an Interdisciplinary Consideration of Cognitive Training -- Introduction -- Challenges of Multiple Domains of Investigation -- Levels of Analysis -- Nomenclature -- Outcome Expectations -- What Is Being Trained? A Tale of Two FCFs -- Working Memory -- Spatial Abilities -- Summary and Recommendations -- Notes -- References -- 4 Edutainment, Games, and the Future of Education in a Digital World -- Introduction -- Edutainment -- Games -- Empirical Evidence -- New Directions -- References -- 5 Bilingualism: Research and Policy

Bilingualism Research-Behavior and Brain -- Policy and Practice -- Note -- References -- 6 The Utility of Neuroimaging Studies for Informing Educational Practice and Policy in Reading Disorders -- Introduction -- Example 1: Validating and Optimizing Identification Criteria for RD Informed by Neuroimaging -- Example 2: Neuroimaging in Aiding Prediction of Reading Outcomes and Potential for Early Identification and Intervention -- Future Direction -- References -- 7 New Directions for the Study of Within-Individual Variability in Development: The Power of "N = 1"

Idiographic Psychology and the Single-Case Design -- Prevalent Methods for the Idiographic Study of Within-Individual Variability -- Experimental Single-Case Approach -- Scientific Idiographic Approach -- Dynamic Systems Approaches -- Challenges, Limitations, Future Directions -- Conclusion -- Notes -- References -- 8 Challenges of Adolescent Psychology in the European Identity Context -- Euro-Identity: From Historical Context to Current Initiatives -- Contributions and Orientations of Research on Adolescent Psychology -- Conclusion: Future Directions -- References

9 Anger and Globalization Among Young People in India -- Globalization and Youth -- Youth in India -- Globalization and Anger -- India and Anger -- Poverty, Inequity, and Anger -- Conclusion: Potential Solutions -- References -- 10 Classroom Research and Child and Adolescent Development in South America -- Ethnicity -- School Climate and Violence -- The Learning Process -- Conclusions -- References -- 11 Adverse Environments and Children's Creativity Development: Transforming the Notion of "Success in Adversity" in China -- References

12 Seeing the Trees Within the Forest: Addressing the Needs of Children Without Parental Care in the Russian Federation

Take an in depth look at the field of child and adolescent development. In this issue, the new leadership of this series offers different aspects of relevant work throughout multiple disciplines and continents, capturing both the variability and the richness of the themes considered and topics investigated in the field of childhood and adolescence. It answers: What are some of the "new" directions in the developmental sciences of childhood and adolescence? Where will the field be within the next decade or so? How do those who practice in the field's different

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ELENA L. GRIGORENKO is the Emily Fraser Beede Professor of developmental disabilities, child studies, psychology, and epidemiology and public health at Yale University, Child Study Center, New Haven, CT, USA, and also a professor at the Laboratory of Translational Science of Early Childhood, St. Petersburg State University, St. Petersburg, Russian Federation.

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