Emma Zara O'Brien, MLitt, HDipEd, HDipPsych, is a lecturer of Lifespan Development at Inchicore College of Further Education. She has worked as a researcher in the Centre for Disability Studies, UCD, and in the National Children's Office. She is a member of the Psychological Society of Ireland and the author of Psychology for Social Care.
Table of Contents
Chapter 1: What is Psychology? In Focus: Critical vs. Sensitive Period Debate - Extreme Deprivation Chapter 2: Theorists In Focus: Elder's Study of the Great Depression and its Impact Chapter 3: Conception, Prenatal Development and Birth In Focus: Low Birth Weight and Social Inequality Chapter 4: The Newborn Baby In Focus: Foetal Alcohol Syndrome - the Irish Experience Chapter 5: Infancy: The First Two Years of Life In Focus: The Implications of Disorganised Attachment Chapter 6: Early Childhood: Two to Five Years In Focus: Autism Chapter 7: Middle Childhood: Six to Eleven Years In Focus: Children's Understanding of Well-being Chapter 8: Adolescence In Focus: Suicide Chapter 9: Early to Middle Adulthood In Focus: Alcoholism and Drug Addiction Chapter 10: Older Age, Dying and Death In Focus: Elder Abuse and Older People's Experience of Mistreatment and Abuse Chapter 11: Knowledge into Practice
Human Growth & Development: An Irish Perspective by Emma Zara O'Brien
Emma Zara O'Brien
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