Psychology of the Child and the Adolescent

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Subject Index
Words in italics are defined in the Glossary.
Achievement, declines since 1962, 521-523
in high school and college, 552 and need for affiliation, 477
in school, and child-rearing practices, 438-439
Achievement need, as conflicting with affiliation needs, 543-546
and intervention programs, 299
and parental attitudes, 440-442
Adler, Alfred, 125
Adolescence, changing values during, 546- 549
cognitive development during, 514-524
dependence during, 535
developmental tasks of, 549-550
drug usage during, 540-541
"food fussiness" during, 514
formal operation during, 515, 518-519
health problems during, 512-514
identity diffusion during, 550-552
influence of parents on moral development during, 525
intellectual development during, 516- 518
leadership during, 546
moral judgment during, 524-530
parents' role during, 535-543
part-time employment during, 559-560
peer-group influence in, 542-549
personality and social development in, 533-569
personality development in, 549-557
physical changes during, 505-510
physical, mental, and moral development during, 503-530
and physical skills, 507-508
popularity during, 545-549
problems of, 534-535
problems of occupational choice in, 557- 561
problems experienced, as predictors of adult adjustment, 568-569
Samoan, 23
self-concept development in, 550-552
sexual adjustment in, 561-568
sexual maturation during, 506, 508-510
social activity during, 546-549
the subculture of, 533-534
"testing the limits" during, 540
values held during, 546-549
Adoption, effect on children, 231
Adult adjustment, predicting, 568-569
Affiliation need, as conflicting with achievement need, 477, 543-546
African infants, rapid development observed in, 100
Agression, in American and Chinese children, 50-52
and social learning, 472-474
Aggressive impulses, control of, 122
Aggressiveness, cultural influences on, 320
and early experiences in rats and mice, 252-253
as instinctive, 252-253
longitudinal study of, 474
in males, 339-341
during preschool years, 317-323
in school-age children, 467-471

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