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Gender Socialization
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This 10 page paper discusses gender socialization and the way in which various factors contribute to the way in which we develop and decide what is and is not "suitable" for each gender. Bibliography lists 8 sources.
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Paper Title: Gender Socialization

Grandparents and Relatives: Shaping Children
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A 4 page paper which examines to what extent grandparents and other relatives, aside from parents, help shape and develop children and their lives. Bibliography lists 1 source.
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Paper Title: Grandparents and Relatives: Shaping Children

Group Intervention for Children Exposed to Domestic Violence
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A 4 page investigation of the problems encountered by children who witness domestic violence. These problems can be long-term and severe. One of the more effective forms of address is group intervention. Bibliography lists 6 sources.
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Paper Title: Group Intervention for Children Exposed to Domestic Violence

Group-Centered Perspective on Pervasive Developmental Disorder
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This 10 page paper provides an overview of an assessment of a child with pervasive developmental disorder. This paper goes on to integrate a group-centered perspective and the considers the impact of the views of Erik Erikson on the progression of PDD. Bibliography lists 10 sources.
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Paper Title: Group-Centered Perspective on Pervasive Developmental Disorder

Habituation And Violation Of Expectation: Contribution To Knowledge Of Infant Cognition
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9 pages in length. Understanding how infants develop cognitive characteristics is an aspect of scientific study that has been examined from many sides; while some experts believe the learning process is comprised strictly of environmental stimuli, others contend that genetics play an integral role in the final outcome. By using examples to illustrate two experimental paradigms – habituation and violation of expectation – and assess their contribution to knowledge of infant cognition leads one directly to two of the most renown child development theorists: Jean Piaget and Arnold Gesell. Bibliography lists 15 sources.
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Paper Title: Habituation And Violation Of Expectation: Contribution To Knowledge Of Infant Cognition

Harris's The Nurture Assumption
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This 5 page paper argues that the premises of Harris's controversial work are flawed. Support for the other side is presented. No additional sources cited.
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Paper Title: Harris's The Nurture Assumption

Herschkowitz/A Good Start in Life
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A 4 page book review of a text on early childhood development. Norbert Herschkowitz is a Swiss pediatrician and his wife, Elinore Chapman Herschkowitz, is an American educator. In their text A Good Start in Life, they collaborate to offer the reading public a comprehensive, yet concise, compilation of basic information on child development during the first six years of life that can serve as a useful reference to all new parents. These authors offer fascinating detail on what science now understands about development, as well as concrete, straightforward suggests that make parenting a little easier. No additional sources cited.
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Paper Title: Herschkowitz/A Good Start in Life

How Children Develop a Sense of Morality
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A 6 page essay/research paper that discusses how children develop a sense of morality. For the most part, literature on the development of a moral sense in childhood and adolescence has bee dominated by the cognitive-developmental perspective espoused by Piaget's theory of moral judgment and Kohlberg's stage theory of moral development (Singer, 1999). The following discussion of how children develop a moral sense, first look specifically at these two theoretical models and then briefly describes the model formulated by James Rest. Bibliography lists 3 sources.
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Paper Title: How Children Develop a Sense of Morality

How Children Respond To The Word 'No'
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A 24 page research paper emphasizing different disciplinary techniques. Emphasis is on how children respond to being told "no." The predominant reaction if rebellion and resentment. Other techniques for saying "no" were explored including Positive Discipline and Induction. Extensive bibliography is included.
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Paper Title: How Children Respond To The Word 'No'

How Divorce Impacts Children
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8 pages in length. Through a child's eyes, divorce is nothing short of a disaster. To them, it symbolizes the complete destruction of their family unit, forcing them to choose sides in a game they never wanted to play in the first place. The stress that accompanies divorce cannot help but infiltrate the child's every waking moment, eventually detrimentally affecting school work, social relationships and issues of self-esteem. Bibliography lists 9 sources.
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Paper Title: How Divorce Impacts Children

How I Survived Being Sexually Abused as a Child
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A 3 page insight into the horrors of child abuse and what one individual did to survive. Abused as a seven year old, the author encourages others to not keep silent. No sources are listed.
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Paper Title: How I Survived Being Sexually Abused as a Child

How Necessary is Discipline for Children?
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A 6 page paper analyzing child-rearing advice found in a syndicated newspaper column for validity and applicability to a broad range of families. John Rosemond, psychologist and author of all three of the articles examined here, appears to be a voice of reason, standing firmly midway of those who advocate worshiping the child and those who hold to the repressive views of past times when children often had no rights at all. He advocates common sense over learned authority and diagnosis, as he describes in his article 'To get child's attention, be as outrageous as child is,' in which he tells how parents of an unruly fifth-grader gained their son's attention and enabled him to change his behavior. Bibliography lists 3 sources.
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Paper Title: How Necessary is Discipline for Children?

How Punishment Harms Children
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This 6 page paper examines studies on punishment and evaluates how punishment psychologically impacts children in America. Bibliography lists 6 sources.
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Paper Title: How Punishment Harms Children

How Young Children Learn Social Skills
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A 5 page paper which examines how children develop social skills and what support can be provided to parents to enable them to raise their children to understand and respect others. Bibliography lists 7 sources.
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Paper Title: How Young Children Learn Social Skills

Human Development, Goffman’s Total Institutions,” and Survival
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This 5 page report briefly discusses both Erik Erikson and Jean Piaget’s theories of child development and looks at Erving Goffman’s concept of “total institutions” such as prisons, mental hospitals, and other closed environments. The information is then applied to what a person would need in order to survive his or her time in a prison camp by using that information along with the account of Viktor Frankl’s own experiences in a World War II prison camp. Bibliography lists 6 sources.
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Paper Title: Human Development, Goffman’s Total Institutions,” and Survival

Hyperactivity Research Proposal
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An 8 page hypothetical research proposal that outlines the parameters of how a student might address researching an aspect of attention deficit hyperactivity disorder in children. The writer suggests exploring ADHD children who are not on medication as the proposed topic. The majority of this paper consists of roughly a six-page literature review. Bibliography lists 6 sources.
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Paper Title: Hyperactivity Research Proposal

Hypothesis Concerning Child Abuse
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A 2 page research paper that focuses on presenting a hypothesis, which is do children who have been sexually abused become abusers themselves, in terms of what are the dependent and independent variable in this proposed study. These terms are defined giving several examples of what constitutes a dependent and independent variable. Bibliography lists 4 sources.
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Paper Title: Hypothesis Concerning Child Abuse

Ideas That Influence The Understanding Of And Response To Psychosexual Development Of Children And Youth
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6 pages in length. Sexuality is an ever-evolving human behavior; from era to era and society to society, this particular aspect of humanity continues to reinvent itself as trends and disease dictate the path people take when it comes to sexual activity. Children and youth - who are only just beginning their entrance into sexual understanding and exploration - have also undergone considerable change in the way in which each group associates itself with sexuality, a continuously changing perspective that is influenced by myriad social elements. Bibliography lists 7 sources.
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Paper Title: Ideas That Influence The Understanding Of And Response To Psychosexual Development Of Children And Youth

Impact of Domestic Violence on Children
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This 8 page research paper examines the long-term effects of domestic violence on children. Specifically discussed include signs and symptoms of behavior exhibited by children who have witnessed acts of domestic violence and what can be done to help them. Bibliography lists 12 sources.
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Paper Title: Impact of Domestic Violence on Children

Implications of Fetal Alcohol Syndrome in Middle Childhood
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This 11 page paper examines FAS and FAE and how it affects children in middle childhood. Implications for social work are explored. Psychological models that come from Piaget and Erickson and others, are discussed in depth. Bibliography lists 14 sources.
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Paper Title: Implications of Fetal Alcohol Syndrome in Middle Childhood

Infant Attachment: Influence on Later Behavior
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An 8 page review of the phenomenon of parental child attachment. Emphasizes that this attachment extends from the womb to later life and can affect many aspects of a child’s behavior. Indeed, the degree to which a child attaches to a parent during the early months of his or her life can determine subsequent behaviors as diverse as language acquisition to the formation of healthy adult relationships. Bibliography lists 7 sources.
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Paper Title: Infant Attachment: Influence on Later Behavior

Infant Attachment: Theories
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6 pages in length. Cognitive and emotional growth does not exist at birth; rather, each one requires the presence of security from and bonding with parental figures to nurture development. If an infant is not provided with the love and connection inherent to this bonding period, the very real potential exists for the child to have developmental problems of stability that impact his entire life. Understanding the fundamental principles behind attachment theories allows for a greater realization of just how critical a human-to-human bond is for an infant who, in essence, is a clean slate of cognitive and emotional proficiency requiring the one-on-one experience and connection in order to cultivate them. Piaget and Vygotsky are two developmental theorists who provide their respective philosophies to illustrate how vitally important the notion of attachment is during infancy as well as into the first years of life. Bibliography lists 6 sources.
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Paper Title: Infant Attachment: Theories

Infant Awareness
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A 6 page paper which discusses infant awareness as it is proposed by Locke with theories of blank slates and the theories of Chomsky who believed that infants are born with a sense of awareness. The paper argues that Chomsky is accurate in his theories. Bibliography lists 6 sources.
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Paper Title: Infant Awareness

INFANT LEARNING AND THE WELL BEING OF A CHILD
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This 7 page paper discusses the way parents over emphasize learning with their infants to the detriment of overall development and well being of the child. Quotes cited from texts of experts in field. Bibliography lists 6 soruces.
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Paper Title: INFANT LEARNING AND THE WELL BEING OF A CHILD

Infidelity: The Cultural and Psychological Basis
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A 20 page discussion of infidelity in relation to marital commitment. Discusses the variation in views of infidelity across culture and time. Asserts that while infidelity is a more acceptable behavioral component of some cultures, these cultures are most often viewed as being primitive and inferior by "mainstream" white culture. Infidelity is viewed by mainstream society therefore as an aberrant behavior, a behavior which is a reflection of the growing immorality of our society. Concludes that there are a number of formative traits which are acquired in childhood which impact our adult perceptions on infidelity. While these traits vary according to our culture and also according to time they are not in themselves any sort of aberration but simply a reflection of a child learning from its culture. Bibliography lists 14 sources.
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Paper Title: Infidelity: The Cultural and Psychological Basis


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