Psychosocial development in the elderly: An investigation into Erikson's ninth stage
- EARLY ADMISSIONS. Gorman, James // Atlantic (02769077);Mar1986, Vol. 257 Issue 3, p38
Chronicles key events in the life of a child from conception entry into nursery school. Pregnancy preparations; Childbirth; Interview for school admission.
- Mother's little helpers. Small, Meredith F. // New Scientist;12/7/2002, Vol. 176 Issue 2372, p44
Presents results of several research conducted on the reasons for long human childhoods. Possibility of a link between a long childhood and a rapid increase in human brain size; Need for children to learn survival skills; Reference to articles on the topic published in the periodical 'Human...
- Fishing for Green Stamps. Klose, Robert // Christian Science Monitor;7/01/99, Vol. 91 Issue 151, p22
Offers the author's experience and anecdote relating to green stamps. How when the author was a boy he would collect green stamps from the A&P; Grocery shopping for his mother and neighbors to save the green stamps; How he saved enough to get a fishing rod; Return of the green stamps.
- The Bioarchaeological Investigation of Childhood and Social Age: Problems and Prospects. Halcrow, Si�n E.; Tayles, Nancy // Journal of Archaeological Method & Theory;Jun2008, Vol. 15 Issue 2, p190
Recently, the value of the study of children and childhood from archaeological contexts has become more recognized. Childhood is both a biological and a social phenomenon. However, because of specialization in research fields within anthropology, subadults from the archaeological record are...
- Role Socialization Through the Life Cycle of the Yanomama: The Developmental Approach to the Study of Family in a Preliterate Society. Peters, John F. // Journal of Comparative Family Studies;Summer84, Vol. 15 Issue 2, p151
The development approach to the study of the family has been significantly and appropriately used in western societies. This research applies this approach to a preliterate group, the Yanomama of north Brazil, the specific stages in the life cycle are total dependency, and early childhood for...
- Fertility and Cultural Change among Families in Italy and America. Briggs, John W. // American Historical Review;Dec86, Vol. 91 Issue 5, p1129
Summarizes the demographic and other types of behavior associated with the life-cycle of families in a southern Italian village and of families established in Rochester, New York from 1861 to 1902. Comparison between children born to married women and unmarried mothers; Differences in...
- The Wearing of the Black. Schultz, Valerie // America;8/1/2005, Vol. 193 Issue 3, p8
Relates the experience of an eight-grade school child in the U.S. who lost a friend and classmate in an accident. Questions asked by the child about God for letting her friend and classmate die; Importance of answering the questions asked by the child; Help people can extend to grieving families.
- Barriers to caregiver involvement in a child safety intervention in South Africa. van Niekerk, Ashley; Ismail, Ghouwa // South African Journal of Psychology;Dec2013, Vol. 43 Issue 4, p470
Injuries are a global threat to children’s health and are disproportionately prevalent in Sub-Saharan Africa. Despite the rates of childhood injuries, research into prevention and the community and family conditions required for such interventions have been largely under-researched. This...
- The Final and Grandest Act. Moore, Donald J. // America;9/27/1975, Vol. 133 Issue 8, p165
The article presents a perspective on the issues concerning the reality of death in the modern technological era. It states that people seem to carry on their lives as if nobody and not even every person's loved ones are any longer mortal. It also notes that the whole trend of the society cuts...