Friday, November 13, 2009

Child Development journal

If you don't subscribe to Child Development Journal, you should at least look at it to see if you might want to, and if you are at a college, your department should certainly get it. It has piles and piles of good stuff. The contents of the current issue are after the jump.

  • Parental Reports of Children's Scale Errors in Everyday Life
  • Preschoolers' Search for Explanatory Information Within Adult–Child Conversation
  • Young Children's Representations of Spatial and Functional Relations Between Objects Contributions of Societal Modernity to Cognitive Development: A Comparison of Four Cultures
  • Developmental Antecedents and Social and Academic Consequences of Stereotype-Consciousness in Middle Childhood
  • The Effects of Changes in Racial Identity and Self-Esteem on Changes in African American Adolescents' Mental Health
  • Family Routines and Parental Monitoring as Protective Factors Among Early and Middle Adolescents Affected by Maternal HIV/AIDS
  • Early Childhood Behavioral Inhibition and Social and School Adjustment in Chinese Children: A 5-Year Longitudinal Study)
  • Are Gains in Decision-Making Autonomy During Early Adolescence Beneficial for Emotional Functioning? The Case of the United States and China
  • Adolescents' Interpretations of Parental Control: Differentiated by Domain and Types of Control
  • Social Information Processing, Moral Reasoning, and Emotion Attributions: Relations With Adolescents' Reactive and Proactive Aggression
  • Scaring the Monster Away: What Children Know About Managing Fears of Real and Imaginary Creatures
  • Hierarchical Models of Social Competence in Preschool Children: A Multisite, Multinational Study
  • Newborns' Perception of Left–Right Spatial Relations
  • Sequence Learning in 4-Month-Old Infants: Do Infants Represent Ordinal Information? Letter
  • Developmental Changes in Attention and Comprehension Among Children With Attention Deficit Hyperactivity Disorder
  • Estimating the "Impact" of Out-of-Home Placement on Child Well-Being: Approaching the Problem of Selection Bias
  • Children's Eyewitness Memory for Multiple Real-Life Events

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