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Lifelong Motor Development

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    Lippincott® Connect Featured Title
    Purchase of the new print edition of this Lippincott® Connect title includes lifetime access to the digital version of the book, plus related materials such as videos and multiple-choice Q&A and self-assessments.

    Master challenging motor development concepts and confidently apply them in practice in such areas as Exercise Science, Physical Therapy, and Occupational Therapy with this trusted, up-to-date, research-based text. Approaching motor development as the study of change, Lifelong Motor Development, 8th Edition, covers the field of physical growth and motor behavior across the lifespan and employs multiple theories to help you truly understand the multicausal and complex nature of motor development.
     
    Carefully updated to include the latest research and additional content, as well as the new motor assessments, this 8th edition provides engaging learning activities and enhanced resources helpful to online learning and designed to ensure students’ success in any learning environment. 
    • Think About It questions cultivate students’ critical thinking capabilities.
    • Focus on Change boxes and Focus on Application boxes strengthen students’ ability to adapt to the evolving nature of motor development and translate chapter concepts to practical considerations for practice.
    • Learning Activities challenge students to apply what they’ve learned to a variety of case studies or lab-style activities.
    • Chapter Objectives and Chapter Summaries highlight essential concepts and help students study efficiently.
    • Photographs and illustrations throughout the book make complex concepts easier to understand and apply in the real world.
    • Weblinks and Suggested Readings direct students to additional resources for greater understanding.  
    Lippincott® Connect features:
    • Lifetime access to the digital version of the book with the ability to highlight and take notes on key passages for a more personal, efficient study experience.
    • Carefully curated resources, such as interactive diagrams, video tutorials, organ sounds, and self-assessment, all designed to facilitate further comprehension.
    Lippincott® Connect also allows users to create Study Collections to further personalize the study experience. With Study Collections you can:
    • Pool content from books across your entire library into self-created Study Collections based on discipline, procedure, organ, concept or other topics.
    • Display related text passages, video clips and self-assessment questions from each book (if available) for efficient absorption of material.
    • Annotate and highlight key content for easy access later.
    • Navigate seamlessly between book chapters, sections, self-assessments, notes and highlights in a single view/page.

     
  • Specs
    Edition
    8
    ISBN/ISSN
    9781975169428
    Product Format
    PB-Paperback
    Pages
    456
    Edition
    8
    Publication Date
    July 14, 2021
  • Carl P Gabbard Ed.D., M.Ed., B.S.
  • Table of contents
    xiii
    Contents
    To the Student v
    Preface vii
    Part One: An Overview of Lifelong Human Development 1
    1 Introduction to the Developmental Perspective 3
    The Primary Determinants of Motor Behavior 6
    General Terminology 6
    Significant Observations (Assumptions) About Development 8
    Periods of Life-Span Development 11
    Prenatal (from Conception to Birth) 11
    Infancy (from Birth to 2 Years) 11
    Childhood (from 2 to 12 Years) 11
    Adolescence (from 12 to 18 Years) 12
    Adulthood (18 Years and Older) 12
    The Developmental Continuum 12
    Refl exive/Spontaneous Movement Phase 12
    Rudimentary Phase 12
    Fundamental Movement Phase 13
    Sport Skill Phase 14
    Growth and Refi nement Phase 14
    Peak Performance 14
    Regression 14
    Research in Motor Development 14
    Why Study Motor Development? 15
    Methods of Study 15
    Cross-sectional Design 16
    Longitudinal Design 16
    Microgenetic Design 17
    Measuring Brain Structure and Function 18
    Magnetic Resonance Imaging and Functional Magnetic
    Resonance Imaging 19
    Electroencephalography 19
    Magnetoencephalography 19
    Functional Near-Infrared Imaging 20
    T ranscranial Magnetic Stimulation 20
    Theoretical Views 20xiv Contents
    Contributing Views 21
    Maturation View 21
    Learning-Behavioral View 21
    Cognitive-Developmental View 22
    Environmental Context Theory 22
    Bioecological Systems Theory 23
    Gibson’s Ecological Perspective 24
    Biological Systems Theory 24
    Information-Processing View 26
    Developmental Biodynamics 26
    Developmental Cognitive Neuroscience 27
    Constraints Model 28
    Careers in Motor Development 30
    summary 31
    think about it 31
    learning activities 32
    weblinks 32
    suggested readings 33
    Part Two: Biological Growth and Development 35
    2 Heredity and Neurological Changes 37
    Heredity 38
    Neurological Changes 40
    Basic Structure and Function 40
    Early Developmental Changes 45
    Changes in Major Brain Structures 56
    Brain Lateralization and the Corpus Callosum 57
    Neurological Changes with Advanced Aging 58
    summary 59
    think about it 59
    learning activities 61
    suggested readings 61
    3 Physical Growth Changes 62
    An Overview of Physical Growth and Development 63
    Prenatal Development 65
    The Pubescent (Adolescent) Growth Spurt 67
    Changes in Body Proportions and Physique 72
    Body Proportions 72
    Physique 76
    Changes with Advanced Aging 77 Contents xv
    Structural Development 77
    Height 77
    Skeletal Growth 78
    Changes with Advanced Aging 81
    Body Mass 83
    Body Weight 83
    Body Composition 84
    Changes with Advanced Aging 89
    Maturity Estimates 90
    Morphological Age 90
    Dental Age 91
    Sexual Age 91
    Skeletal Age 92
    Maturity Variations 93
    Implications for Motor Performance 96
    summary 97
    think about it 98
    learning activities 98
    4 Physiological Changes 100
    Cardiorespiratory Development 101
    Basic Structure and Function 101
    Early Growth and Development 102
    Respiratory Component Growth 103
    Aerobic Power 104
    Anaerobic Power 106
    Heart Rate 107
    Cardiac Output and Stroke Volume 108
    Vital Capacity and Pulmonary Ventilation 108
    Thermoregulation 109
    Blood Characteristics 110
    Blood Volume 110
    Red Blood Cell Content 111
    Basal Metabolic Rate 111
    Muscular Strength 113
    Flexibility 116
    Changes with Advanced Aging 117
    Change in Cardiorespiratory Function 117
    Change in Basal Metabolic Rate 119
    Change in Muscular Strength 119
    Change in Flexibility 119
    summary 122
    think about it 123
    learning activities 123xvi Contents
    5 Factors Affecting Growth and Development 124
    Prenatal Development 125
    Principles of T eratogenic Effects 125
    Internal (Maternal) Factors 126
    External (Environmental) Factors 127
    Nutrition and Physical Activity During Postnatal Development 132
    Nutrition and Development 133
    Physical Activity 135
    Glands and Hormonal Activity 143
    Pituitary Gland 144
    Thyroid Gland 144
    Adrenal Glands 146
    Other Glandular Functions 146
    summary 147
    think about it 147
    learning activities 148
    Part Three: Perception and Information Processing 149
    6 Perceptual Development 151
    Visual Perception 153
    The Visual Process 154
    Developmental Change in Visual Structures 154
    Developmental Change in Visual Functions 155
    Kinesthetic Perception 164
    Structure and Function of the Kinesthetic System 164
    Development of Kinesthetic Perception 164
    Basic Movement Awareness 165
    Auditory Perception 170
    Tactile Perception 171
    Perceptual Integration 172
    Visual-Kinesthetic Integration 172
    Visual-Auditory Integration 173
    Auditory-Kinesthetic Integration 173
    Changes with Advanced Aging 174
    Visual Perception 174
    Auditory Perception 175
    Kinesthetic Perception 175
    Gibson’s Ecological Perspective 176
    Embodiment 179
    Perceptual-Motor Training Programs 180
    summary 181
    think about it 181
    learning activities 182
    suggested readings 182 Contents xvii
    7 Information Processing and Motor Control 183
    Attention 185
    Alertness 185
    Divided Attention 186
    Selective Attention 188
    Memory 189
    Memory Structures 189
    Explicit and Implicit Memory 194
    Processing Speed and Movement Time 195
    Programming 197
    Schema Theory (Generalized Motor Program) 197
    Developmental Theories and Approaches to the Study of
    Motor Control 198
    Constraints Model 203
    Changes with Advanced Aging 205
    Attention 205
    Working (Short-T erm) Memory 206
    Long-T erm Memory 206
    Knowledge 206
    Processing Speed and Movement Time 207
    Programming 208
    summary 209
    think about it 210
    learning activities 210
    suggested readings 210
    Part Four: Motor Behavior Across the Life Span 211
    8 Early Movement Behavior 213
    Reflexive Behavior 215
    Importance of Refl exes in Infant Development 215
    T ypes of Refl exes 216
    Theoretical Views of Refl ex Behavior and Voluntary Movement 224
    Spontaneous Movements (Stereotypies) 225
    Rudimentary Behavior (Initial Voluntary Movement) 227
    The Basis of Voluntary Movement 228
    Postural Control 229
    Rudimentary Locomotion 231
    Walking 235
    Manual Control 240
    Motor Asymmetries 244
    summary 246
    think about it 247
    learning activities 247
    suggested readings 247xviii Contents
    9 Motor Behavior During Early Childhood 248
    Developing Motor Competence 250
    Introduction to Fundamental Movement 250
    Fundamental Motor Skill Development 251
    Basic T erminology 251
    Methods for Studying Change 252
    Movement Patterns (Process Characteristics) 254
    Walking 254
    Running 254
    Jumping 256
    Hopping 261
    Galloping, Sliding, and Skipping 263
    Throwing 264
    Catching 268
    Striking 272
    Kicking 274
    Ball Bouncing and Dribbling 276
    Climbing 278
    Fine Motor Manipulative Behavior 280
    Finger Differentiation 281
    Construction and Self-Help Skills 281
    Drawing and Writing 283
    Bimanual Control 285
    Functional (Motor) Asymmetries 287
    Handedness 287
    Footedness 288
    Eye Preference 288
    summary 289
    think about it 289
    learning activities 290
    10 Motor Behavior During Later Childhood and
    Adolescence 291
    Quantitative (Product) Motor Performance Changes 293
    Motor Skill Changes 296
    Running Speed 296
    Throwing 297
    Jumping 299
    Kicking 300
    Catching 301
    Striking with an Implement 302
    Hopping 302
    Ball Bouncing and Dribbling 303
    Balance 303
    Motor Skill Refinement 303
    Youth Sport Participation 304
    School Physical Education 309 Contents xix
    summary 312
    think about it 312
    learning activities 313
    11 Motor Behavior in the Adult Years 314
    Peak Motor Performance 316
    Growth and Physiological Function 316
    Motor Performance Characteristics 319
    Regression 319
    Biological Theories of Advanced Aging 319
    Biological Regression and Motor Performance 323
    Changing Movement Patterns 330
    Physical Activity and Longevity 333
    summary 337
    think about it 337
    learning activities 338
    suggested reading 338
    12 Atypical Motor Behavior 339
    Attention Deficit Hyperactivity Disorder 341
    Intervention Strategies 342
    Autism Spectrum Disorder 342
    Intervention Strategies 342
    Cerebral Palsy 343
    Intervention Strategies 343
    Developmental Coordination Disorder 344
    Intervention Strategies 345
    Down Syndrome 346
    Intervention Strategies 346
    summary 347
    think about it 347
    learning activities 348
    suggested readings 348
    Part Five: Assessing Change 349
    13 Assessment 351
    Basic Terminology of Assessment 353
    Purposes of Assessment 354
    Diagnosis/Screening 354
    Determine Status 354
    Placement 355xx Contents
    Program Content 355
    Program Evaluation 355
    Construction of Norms and Performance Standards 355
    Research 355
    Prediction 355
    Motivation of Individuals 356
    Considerations for Proper Assessment 356
    Assessment Instruments 357
    Newborn Assessment 357
    Infant Assessment 359
    The Bayley Scales of Infant and T oddler Development 359
    The Alberta Infant Motor Scale 360
    Posture and Fine Motor Assessment of Infants 361
    T est of Infant Motor Performance 361
    Assessment of (up to) School-Age Populations 362
    Process-Oriented (Fundamental Movement) Assessment Instrument 366
    T ests for Older Persons 368
    summary 371
    think about it 371
    learning activities 371
    suggested readings 372
    Part Six: Sociocultural Influences on Motor Development 373
    14 Sociocultural Influences on Motor Development 375
    Basic Terminology of Socialization 376
    Socializing Processes and Agents 377
    The Process–Person–Context–Time Model 379
    Primary Influences During Childhood and Adolescence 380
    The Family 380
    Peer Relations 383
    Coaches and T eachers 386
    Gender-Role Expectations and Stereotyping 387
    Self-esteem 388
    Possible Infl uences of Race 390
    Primary Influences During Adulthood 390
    summary 393
    think about it 393
    learning activities 394
    References 395
    Credits 409
    Index 411
  • Features
    • Think About It questions cultivate students’ critical thinking capabilities.
    • Focus on Change boxes and Focus on Application boxes strengthen students’ ability to adapt to the evolving nature of motor development and translate chapter concepts to practical considerations for practice.
    • Learning Activities challenge students to apply what they’ve learned to a variety of case studies or lab-style activities.
    • Chapter Objectives and Chapter Summaries highlight essential concepts and help students study efficiently.
    • Photographs and illustrations throughout the book make complex concepts easier to understand and apply in the real world.
    • Weblinks and Suggested Readings direct students to additional resources for greater understanding.  
    Lippincott® Connect features:
    • Lifetime access to the digital version of the book with the ability to highlight and take notes on key passages for a more personal, efficient study experience.
    • Carefully curated resources, such as interactive diagrams, video tutorials, organ sounds, and self-assessment, all designed to facilitate further comprehension.
    Lippincott® Connect also allows users to create Study Collections to further personalize the study experience. With Study Collections you can:
    • Pool content from books across your entire library into self-created Study Collections based on discipline, procedure, organ, concept or other topics.
    • Display related text passages, video clips and self-assessment questions from each book (if available) for efficient absorption of material.
    • Annotate and highlight key content for easy access later.
    • Navigate seamlessly between book chapters, sections, self-assessments, notes and highlights in a single view/page.
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