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Main Title The Cambridge Encyclopedia of Human Growth and Development /
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Author Title of a Work
Ulijaszek, Stanley J.
Johnston, Francis E.
Preece, M. A.
Publisher Cambridge University Press,
Year Published 1998
OCLC Number 36877325
ISBN 0521560462; 9780521560467
Subjects Human growth--Encyclopedias ; Developmental psychology--Encyclopedias ; Anthropométrie--Encyclopédies comme sujet ; Développement humain ; Croissance--Encyclopédies comme sujet ; Groei ; Mensen ; Ontwikkelingspsychologie ; Entwicklungspsychologie ; Mensch ; Wachstum ; Croissance humaine--Encyclopédies ; Foetus--Croissance--Encyclopédies ; Human Development--https://idnlmnihgov/mesh/D006803 ; Anthropometry--https://idnlmnihgov/mesh/D000886 ; Embryonic Development--https://idnlmnihgov/mesh/D047108 ; Fetal Development--https://idnlmnihgov/mesh/D047109 ; Growth--https://idnlmnihgov/mesh/D006128 ; Human Development--encyclopedias ; Fetal Development--encyclopedias ; Anthropometry--encyclopedias
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EJER  QP84.C26 1998 OCSPP Chemical Library/Washington,DC 02/12/1999
Collation xii, 497 pages : illustrations, maps ; 29 cm
Includes bibliographical references (pages 464-487) and index.
Contents Notes
General introduction -- A brief history of the study of human growth -- Part One: measurement and assessment -- Part two: patterns of human growth -- Part three: the genetics of growth -- Part four: fetal growth -- Part five: post-natal growth and maturation -- Part six: behavioural and cognitive development -- Part seven: clinical growth abnormalities -- Part eight: environmental factors influencing birth-weight -- Part nine: the ecology of post-natal growth -- Part ten: between-population differences in human growth -- Part eleven: changing human growth patterns -- Part twelve: the human lifespan -- Part thirteen: the future -- Glossary -- Further reading -- Books about growth and development -- Index. "A broad treatment of a human trait, which is studied for its value in understanding the human biological condition, and used in health assessments of individuals and populations."--Cover.