Children with Downs Syndrome : A Developmental Perspective


Children with Downs Syndrome : A Developmental Perspective

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  • 言語 ENG
  • 商品コード 9780521386678
  • DDC分類 618.92858842

Full Description

This volume offers a state-of-art review of what is known about young children with Down syndrome from a developmental perspective. The underlying theme of the book is that children with Down syndrome, despite their constitutional anomalies and their additional medical and biological problems, can be understood from a normative developmental framework. Interventions guided by developmental principles in the biological, educational and psychological realms are more likely to result in informed knowledge about how best to help children with Down syndrome and their families. Children with Down Syndrome will appeal to researchers, theoreticians, educators, and clinicians in a range of disciplines, as well as to parents, social policymakers, and other advocates for the best interests of children with Down syndrome.

Table of Contents

1. Applying the developmental perspective to
individuals with Down syndrome
2. An organizational approach to the study of
Down syndrome: contributions to an integrative
theory of development
3. Temperament and Down syndrome
4. Interactions between parents and their
infants with Down syndrome
5. Attention, memory, and perception in infants
with Down syndrome: a review and commentary
6. Sensorimotor development of infants with
Down syndrome
7. The growth of self-monitoring among young
children with Down syndrome
8. Early conceptual development of children
with Down syndrome
9. Language abilities in children with Down
syndrome: evidence for a specific delay
10. Beyond sensorimotor functioning: early
communicative and play development of children
with Down Syndrome
11. Peer relations of children with Down
12. Families of children with Down syndrome:
ecological contexts and characteristics
13. Early intervention from a developmental
Name index
Subject index.