Mapping sound to meaning: Connections between learning about sounds and learning about words. (Jenny R. Saffran & Katharine Graf Estes).
III. Phonetic specificity in early lexical representations.
IV. Effects of familiarity with the sounds of words on word learning.
A Developmental Intergroup Theory of Social Stereotypes and Prejudice. (Rebecca S. Bigler & Lynn S. Liben).
II. Definitions and forms of Stereotyping and Prejudice.
III. An Ontogenetic Approach to Stereotyping and Prejudice.
IV. Core Qualities and Goals of Developmental Intergroup Theory.
V. Theoretical Foundations of Developmental Intergroup Theory.
VI. Core Components of Developmental Intergroup Theory.
VII. Principles of the Formation and Maintenance of Social Stereotypes and Prejudices.
VIII. Summary and Conclusions.
Income Poverty, Poverty Co-Factors, and the Adjustment of Children in Elementary School. (Brian P. Ackerman and Eleanor D. Brown).
II. Framing Poverty Research.
III. Poverty Co-Factors.
IV. Dynamic Aspects of the Ecology of Disadvantage.
V. Person-Centered Approaches.
VI. Summary and Conclusions.
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