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I. Feminist Perspectives and Developmental PsychologyIssues?1. Introduction: Beyond Gender as a VariablePatricia H. Miller and Ellin Kofsky Scholnick2. Feminist Theories: Implications for Developmental PsychologySue V. Rosser and Patricia H. Miller3. Engendering Development: Metaphors of ChangeEllin Kofsky ScholnickII. Cognitive Development: Embedded, Connected, and Situated4. The Development of Interconnected ThinkingPatricia H. Miller5. Entering a Community of Minds: "Theory of Mind" from a Feminist StandpointKatherine Nelson, Sarah Henseler, and Daniela Plesa6. Accuracy, Authority, and Voice: Feminist Perspectives on Autobiographical MemoryRobyn Fivush7. A Feminist Perspective on the Devlopment of Self-KnowledgeMelissa K. Welch-RossIII. Revisioning Social and Cognitive Development8. The Social Construction and Socialization of Gender during DevelopmentCampbell Leaper9. Toward a Gender-Balanced Approach to the Study of Social-Emotional Development: A Look at Relational AggressionNicki R. Crick and Amanda J. Rose10. Gender Essentialism in Cognitive DevelopmentSusan A. Gelman and Marianne G. Taylor11. Positionality and Thought: On the Gendered Foundations of Thought, Culture, and DevelopmentRachel Joffe Falmagne12. Naming, Naturalizing, Normalizing: "The Child" as Fact and ArtifactLorraine CodeIV. The Other Half of the Partnership: Developmental Psychology Can Inform Feminism13. Engendering Development - Developing Feminism: Defining the PartnershipEllin Kofsky Scholnick and Patricia H. Miller