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Effects Of Parental Substance Abuse :
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An 8 page paper. There are approximately 30 million children living in homes where at least one parent is an alcoholic. There are many more living in homes where at least one parent uses drugs. This paper discusses the effects on the children and adolescents and the carry-over effects into their adult lives. Bibliography lists 11 sources.
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ELECTIVE MUTISM IN CHILDREN
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This 6-page paper focuses on elective mutism in children, its causes and potential treatments. The paper also discusses how elective mutism manifests itself in children. Bibliography lists 6 sources.
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Paper Title: ELECTIVE MUTISM IN CHILDREN

Environmental Influences on Cognitive Development in Middle Childhood
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This is a 3 page paper discussing environmental (nurture) influences on cognitive development in middle childhood. Middle childhood, which extends from 6 to 13 years of age, is a highly transitional and productive learning period in regards to cognitive development. Children are cognitively leaving the preoperational stage which is primarily based on the relationships between symbols, language and the environment and enter the concrete operational stage which is concentrated on the concrete and abstract abilities of the child. During middle childhood, research has found that children need an interactive and supportive environment both at school and at home which provides cooperative learning yet allows the child to ask as many questions as needed in order to “mentally manipulate” information. Bibliography lists 4 sources.
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Paper Title: Environmental Influences on Cognitive Development in Middle Childhood

Erik Erikson
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This 5 page paper provides an overview of the central philosophy, personal background, and key concepts of Erikson, including personality theory, human development theory, theory of psychopathology, Erikson's assessment instruments, Erikson's treatment/counseling approach. Bibliography lists 5 sources.
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Erik Erikson / Implications For Infant And Toddler Care-Givers
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This 10 page paper discusses Erikson's theories regarding psycho-social development and play. Like many personality theorists, Erikson believed that the child must progress through these stages in order to develop a healthy personality. Failure to resolve the inherent conflicts in any stage leads to emotional and personality problems at a later time. Play, being the infant and toddler's primary activity is also critical to the development of the individual's personality. Different kinds of play are explained. Finally, the implications of these theories for care-givers (or parents) are discussed. Bibliography lists 5 sources.
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Paper Title: Erik Erikson / Implications For Infant And Toddler Care-Givers

Erik Erikson’s “Identity: Youth and Crisis”
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A 3 page abstract and overview of Erik Erikson’s book “Identity: Youth and Crisis.” No additional sources cited.
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Paper Title: Erik Erikson’s “Identity: Youth and Crisis”

Erikson's Stages Of Development: The First Three Stages Are Instrumental For A Child To Successfully Work Through The Remaining Five
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10 pages in length. Erikson's detailed breakdown of the human developmental process affords a much more intimate look at the way in which an individual's psychological progression is hinged upon a number of components that - if ingrained through absent or negative rather than nurturing and loving reinforcement - shapes that person in such a way that he will have difficulty throughout every subsequent stage of his life. While crises from prior stages can be resolved, it is a common occurrence for them to fester from one stage to the next and ultimately creating residual problems. As such, the first three stages serve to form a collective foundation upon which the child more easily transitions into adolescence and adulthood. Bibliography lists 8 sources.
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Paper Title: Erikson's Stages Of Development: The First Three Stages Are Instrumental For A Child To Successfully Work Through The Remaining Five

Ethical Issues In The Psychological Treatment Of Children
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10 pages in length. The ethical ramifications involved with adult counseling situations are considerable enough on their own, however, when children are brought into the mix – in either the school or professional setting - the stakes increase significantly. While there are ethical issues that pertain primarily to adult counseling patients, there are those that are relevant to children's protection as well, such as reporting abuse, confidentiality and cultural diversity. Bibliography lists 10 sources.
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Paper Title: Ethical Issues In The Psychological Treatment Of Children

Explaining Death And Dying To Preschool Children
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An 8 page paper. How to explain death to a preschool-age child is an issue of some controversy in the world, however, experts seem to agree that we should not try to shield our young children from the fact of death. Experts also seem to agree that we should not use euphemisms when discussing death and dying because they confuse the child and will often lead to misconceptions, which, in turn, lead to fears. This essay discusses how this age child perceives death and includes suggestions on discussing this topic with young children. Bibliography lists 5 sources.
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Paper Title: Explaining Death And Dying To Preschool Children

Factors Influencing Cognitive development, Language development, and Social development: Observations from the Classroom and the Literature
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An 8 page discussion of the factors influencing cognitive development, language development, and social development. Written from the perspective of an educator who compliments her own classroom observations with those from the literature, this paper attempts to illustrate the importance of parental involvement and a resource rich learning environment on child development. Provides several examples from Danuta Bukatco and Marvin W. Daehler's "Child Development: A Thematic Approach" (1998) and compliments these authors approach with other research in the field. Bibliography lists 6 sources.
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Paper Title: Factors Influencing Cognitive development, Language development, and Social development: Observations from the Classroom and the Literature

Factors Influencing Juvenile Delinquency
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A 6 page discussion of the myriad of factors which influence juvenile delinquency. Specifically addresses family structure and factors such as maternal separation and parental rejection, noting that while such factors have been demonstrated to be important determinants his correlation is far from perfect. While one might jump to the conclusion that juvenile delinquency might be directly accounted for by the irresponsible actions of a parent or specific family structure, there has been one incident after another when parents took every possible means of insuring societally appropriate behavior in their children and juvenile delinquency still occurs. Bibliography lists 11 sources.
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Paper Title: Factors Influencing Juvenile Delinquency

Factors That Affect Personality Development
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A 4 page paper that begins by explaining the three primary factors involved in personality development. The writer then discusses the effects of abuse and neglect on cognitive and personality development. Bibliography lists 2 sources.
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Paper Title: Factors That Affect Personality Development

Family Dysfunction and Sophocles’ “Oedipus the King”
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A 6 page paper which examines how the so-called Oedipus Complex or a child’s sexual desire for the mother may be the symptoms of family dysfunction, and combines a textual reading with personal observation commentary and expert analysis. Bibliography lists 4 sources.
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Paper Title: Family Dysfunction and Sophocles’ “Oedipus the King”

Fathering/Parenting Classes
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A 5 page paper which examines schools that have classes in fathering. The information provided addresses classes, professors, titles of classes, and all other information pertaining to the fathering classes available at universities and colleges. The paper primarily addresses early childhood, and childhood development classes as they involve parenting, which includes fathering and the skills necessary for fathering. Bibliography lists 5 sources.
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Paper Title: Fathering/Parenting Classes

Fear And Anxiety In Children
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A 15 page paper that discusses possible causes of anxiety and fear in children. Anxiety is the most common emotional disorder in the U.S. and the seeds for it are planted in childhood. The paper comments on typical developmental anxiety, stressors, including the many additional stressors today's children experience, and fear. A special section discusses separation anxiety disorder. Bibliography lists 9 sources.
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Paper Title: Fear And Anxiety In Children

Fetal Alcohol Syndrome: Link to Youth Violence?
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A 6 page paper which examines whether fetal alcohol syndrome is a contributing factor of youth violence. The paper illustrates that fetal alcohol syndrome lessens an individual's control devices and makes them more apt to violence than one who does not suffer from fetal alcohol syndrome. Bibliography lists 5 sources.
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Paper Title: Fetal Alcohol Syndrome: Link to Youth Violence?

Foster Care and Social Systems Theory
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This 13 page paper discusses social systems theory in general and foster care specifically and in detail; and touches on reasons why foster care children do poorly in school. Bibliography lists 10 sources.
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Paper Title: Foster Care and Social Systems Theory

Foster Care and the Formation of Attachments
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This 4 page paper examines the problem that some children have who are either in foster care, or wards of the state, in respect to forming attachments. Relevant literature is reviewed but the paper suggests that more research needs to be done on this topic. Bibliography lists 4 sources.
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Paper Title: Foster Care and the Formation of Attachments

Freedom In Childhood And Adulthood: Compare/Contrast
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3 pages in length. The stages of human development are replete with myriad lessons that serve to carry into later phases. Gaining independence is an especially important time for a child inasmuch as it is one of the most significant stepping stones from one stage to the next. However, frustration is present in abundance during this time as the child has a much more liberal concept of freedom than the parent, which often results in the child's quest for independence being temporarily thwarted. Other times, it is the child's own inability to coordinate mobility with desire that impedes his quest for freedom. Adult freedom, by contrast, may or may not be governed by another person or entity; just because an individual is over the age of eighteen does not automatically mean he or she has carte blanche freedom. No bibliography.
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Paper Title: Freedom In Childhood And Adulthood: Compare/Contrast

Freud and Little Hans
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This 20 page paper is an in-depth look a the case of Little Hans, a case that concerned a five year old boy who developed a phobia of large animals, especially horses. The paper looks at the background and history of Hans, with his sexual development and interest in his "widdler", the castration anxiety, fear of his father and the Oedipus complex. The paper examines the different anxieties and then considers how these were analyzed and interpreted by Freud before the case is critiqued. The bibliography cites 20 sources.
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Paper Title: Freud and Little Hans

Freud on Child Development
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This 5 page paper provides an overview of Freud's maternal attachment theory and underscores its importance for understanding child psychology. Bibliography lists 5 sources.
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Paper Title: Freud on Child Development

Freud’s Views on Infantile Sexuality and the Meaning of Dreams
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A 5 page overview of Freud’s psychoanalytical thought as revealed by editor Peter Gay in “The Freud Reader”. Gay’s analysis of Freud’s work is directly relevant to two very specific questions: 1. Do dreams have any real psychic significance? 2. Does sexual instinct evolve only during puberty or is it an inherent factor for all age groups? No additional sources are listed.
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Paper Title: Freud’s Views on Infantile Sexuality and the Meaning of Dreams

Freud, Erikson, Bandura, Maslow
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In this 6 page paper, the writer explains the basic premises of each theorist named and others. Some premises explained include: the unconscious, Jung's explanation of extrovert vs. introvert, behaviorism, stages of development. Bibliography lists 12 sources.
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Paper Title: Freud, Erikson, Bandura, Maslow

Functional and Dysfunctional Families:
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This 5 page paper examines the differences between functional and dysfunctional families. Furthermore, this paper highlights the importance of overcoming obstacles created within the dysfunctional family framework. Bibliography lists 1 source.
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Paper Title: Functional and Dysfunctional Families:

Gender Differences Ages 2-6
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A 6 page paper. Are gender differences the result of biological factors, the effect of cultural socialization factors or an amalgamation of the two? This is a question that has been debated for years. This essay discusses how the infant learns gender roles through interaction and play with his or her parents. The writer also reports on numerous research studies that have revealed the kinds of gender differences that exist during these early years with conjectures on how they were developed. Bibliography lists 6 sources.
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Paper Title: Gender Differences Ages 2-6


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