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LLLC1414 Typical and Atypical Child Development

Introduction to Typical and Atypical Child Development, 2017/18, Semester 2
Sally Gibbs
s.e.gibbs@leeds.ac.uk
Tutor information is taken from the Module Catalogue

Reading List (2017)

This list provides some core readings, however these will be supplemented by other reading throughout the module

 

General Texts

Berk, L.E. 2013. Child development . 9th Ed. London: Pearson.

 

Empson, J.M. and Walker, A,, 2015. Atypical child development in context . 2nd ed. London: Palgrave Macmillan

 

Lindon, J. and Brodie, K., 2016. Understanding Child Development 0-8 years . 4th Ed. London: Hodder Education.

 

Herbert, M., 2003. Typical and atypical development : from conception to adolescence . Oxford: BPS Blackwell

 

Woolfolk, A and Perry, N.E., 2014. Child and Adolescent Development . Harlow: Pearson

 

Relevant Journals

Applied Developmental Science

Child development.

Research in developmental disabilities.

Journal of autism and developmental disorders.

Child : care, health and development.

Child and adolescent mental health.

Journal of deaf studies and deaf education.

International journal of language and communication disorders.

British journal of visual impairment.

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Week 1 – Introduction, Principles of Development, Premature birth and Early development

Essential Readings

Keenan, T. and Subhadra E., 2009. An introduction to child development. . 2nd ed. London: Sage. Section 1 Chapt 1.

 

Recommended Readings

Fifer, W.P.,2005. Normal and Abnormal prenatal development . In Hopkins, B. (ed). The Cambridge Encyclopedia of child development. pp 173-182

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Week 2 – Physical development, Visual and auditory impairments

Essential Readings

Woolfolk, A and Perry, N.E., 2014. Physical Development. In Woolfolk, A and Perry, N.E., 2014. Child and Adolescent Development . Harlow: Pearson. Chapt 2, 5 and 8

 

Recommended Readings

Keenan, T. and Subhadra E., 2009. An Introduction to child Development . 2nd ed. London: Sage. Section 2.

Lewis, V., 2003. Development and disability . Oxford: Blackwell

 

Payne, G. V. and Isaacs, L.D., 2008. Human motor development : a lifespan approach . 7th ed. London: McGraw-Hill

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Week 3 – Social and emotional development, ADHD and Autism

Essential Readings

Woolfolk, A and Perry, N.E., 2014. Social Emotional Development. In Woolfolk, A and Perry, N.E., 2014. Child and Adolescent Development . Harlow: Pearson. Chapt 4, 7 and 10

 

Recommended Readings

David, T. and Powell, S., 2014. Babies and Young children’s Social and emotional development. In Maynard, T. and Powell, S. (ed), . An introduction to early childhood studies . London: Sage. Chapt 7

 

Roisman, G.I. and Groh, A.M., 2011. Attachment Theory and Research in Developmental Psychology: An overview and Appreciative Critique. In Underwood,

M.K. and Rosen, L.H. (ed), Social Development . NewYork: The Guilford Press

 

Tickett P.K. and Negriff, S, 2011. Child Maltreatment and Social Relationships. In Underwood, M.K. and Rosen, L.H. (ed), Social Development . NewYork: The Guilford Press

 

Van Nijnatten, C., 2010. Children’s Agency, Children’s Welfare . Bristol: the Policy Press. Chapt 2, 3 and 4.

 

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Week 4 – Tutorials/ Reading week

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Week 5 – Cognitive development, Neuro-developmental disorders

Essential Readings

Woolfolk, A and Perry, N.E., 2014. Cognitive development. In Woolfolk, A and Perry, N.E., 2014. Child and Adolescent Development . Harlow: Pearson. Chapt 3, 6 and 9

 

Recommended Readings

Berk, L.E. 2013. Child development 9th Ed. London: Pearson. Chapt 7

 

Cohen, A.O., Breiner, K., Steinberg, L and Bonnie, R.J., 2016. When is an Adolescent an Adult? Assessing Cognitive Control in Emotional and Nonemotional Contexts. Psychological science. , 2(4) (online)

 

Ford, R., 2014. Thinking and Cognitive development in Young children. In Maynard, T. and Powell, S. (ed), . Introduction to Early Childhood Studies . London: Sage. Chapt 6

 

 

Other Resources

Jordan, K.E. and Brannon, E. M., 2006 The multisensory representation of number in infancy. Proceedings of the National Academy of Sciences 103(9)

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Week 6 – Nature vs Nurture, Cultural perspectives on child development

Recommended Readings

Ceci, S.J. and Williams, W.M. (ed), 1999. The nature-nurture debate : the essential readings . Oxford: Blackwell

 

Ghate, D. and Hazel, N. 2002, Parenting in poor environments : stress, support and coping . London, Jessica Kingsley

 

Keating, D., 2011. Nature and nurture in early child development [electronic resource] . Cambridge: Cambridge University Press. (online ebook)

 

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Week 7 – Language development, Delayed literacy development

Essential Readings

Bernstein, D.K., 1993. The Nature of Language and its Disorders. In Bernstein, D.K. and Tiegerman, E., 1993. Language and communication disorders in children . Oxford: Maxwell Macmillanl International. Chapt 1

 

Recommended Readings

Baldwin, C., 1994. Selective mutism in children . London: Whurr.

 

Bishop, D.V.M., 2014. Uncommon understanding : development and disorders of language comprehension in children . Hove: Psychology Press. Chapt 2

 

Leonard, B.L., 2014. Children with specific language impairment and their contribution to the study of language development. Journal of child language. , 41(1) Issue S1 (online)

 

MacBlain, S, Long, L. and Dunn, J., 2015. Dyslexia, literacy and inclusion : child-centred perspectives . London: Sage

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Week 8 - Presentations

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Week 9 – Theories of child development in relation to practice

Recommended Readings

Keenan, T. and Subhadra E., 2009. An Introduction to child Development . 2nd ed. London: Sage. Section 1 Theories of development. Section 3 Chapt 7

 

Lindon, J. 2005, Understanding child development: linking theory and practice . London, Hodder Arnold

 

Penn, H., 2014. Understanding early childhood : issues and controversies . 3rd Ed. Maidenhead: Open University. Chapt 3 (online ebook)

 

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Week 10 - Tutorials

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Week 11- Mental Health, Risk and Resilience,

Recommended Readings

Daniel, B. and Wassell, S. 2002, Assessing and Promoting Resilience in Vulnerable Children . London, Jessica Kingsley

Gest, S.D. and Davidson, A.J., 2011. A Developmental Perspective on Risk, Resilience and Prevention. In Underwood, M.K. and Rosen, L.H. (ed), Social development. . New York: The Guilford Press

 

Leeson, C. and Morgan, J., (2015). Children, inequality and Risk. In Parker-Rees, R and Leeson, C. (ed). Early Childhood Studies 4th ed. Chapt7.

 

Tickett P.K. and Negriff, S, 2011. Child Maltreatment and Social Relationships. In Underwood, M.K. and Rosen, L.H. (ed), Social Development . New York: The Guilford Press

This list was last updated on 18/01/2017