Developmental Psychology: An Advanced Textbook

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Subject Index
A
absolute threshold, 98
achievement, 332, 460
achievement expectations, 349
achievement motivation, 504, 508
action directives, 198, 199
activity level, 333, 358, 363
adaptation, 11, 12, 23
adaptive functioning, 411
Adjustment Reaction, 410
adolescence, 14, 16, 345, 363, 424, 518
adoption, 479
adult-child interaction, 263
adulthood, 16, 115, 498, 510, 519
affect development, 289-297, 303 (see also empathic affect, emotional development)
age-graded influences, 513, 514, 515, 516, 517, 518, 519, 523
aggression, 310, 312, 313, 333, 337, 340, 373-386, 396-400, 412, 416, 419, 421, 422, 445
altruism, 373-374, 387-400, 540
American Sign Language, 195, 206, 209
amphetamines, 414, 429
analogy, linguistic, 183-185
analytic skills, 333
androgens, 340-343 (see also hormones)
androgyny, 32, 330, 331, 333, 345
anger, 378
anthropology, 521
antisocial behavior, 373-400
anxiety, 424-428
applied developmental psychology, 451-484
applied research, characteristics of, 452-455
appraisal processes, 254, 261
assertiveness, 332
assumptions of statistical procedures, 62-65
attachment behavior, 504
attachment bonds, 245-246, 249-250, 260-262
attachment formation, 263
attachment, individual differences in, 264-268
attachment, infant-parent, 245, 247, 264-268, 348-350
Attention Deficit Disorders, 415, 417, 421
attribution, 301-302, 374-375, 382, 385, 394
attribution, causal and empathy, 292
attrition, 53
auditory evoked potentials, 102
auditory sensitivity, 119
autism, early infantile, 413-414, 417, 419, 439,441
autonomic nervous system (ANS) function, 102-104
autonomous morality, 280

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