Introduction to the Special Issue
Section Introduction
Intelligence and IQ
Environment and Genes
Emotions and Emotional Communication in Infants
Social Relationships and Their Developmental Significance
Female and Male
A Perspective on Thinking
Cognitive Strategies and Strategic Learning
Children's Language Acquisition
Reading Comprehension
Developing Mathematical Knowledge
Children and Computers
Section Introduction
Developmental Psychopathology
Mental Health Services for Children
Adolescent Mental Health
Affective Disorders in Children and Adolescents
Hyperactivity and Attention Deficits
Risk in Infancy
Nutrition and Behavior
Injury Control
Substance Use and Abuse Among Children and Teenagers
Adolescent Sexual Behavior
Pediatric AIDS and Human Immunodeficiency Virus Infection
Section Introduction
Infant Day Care
Beyond Metaphor
Effects of Maternal Employment in the Two-Parent Family
Socialization and Development in a Changing Economy
Marital Transitions
Teenaged Pregnancy and Childbearing
Family Violence
A Developmental Perspective on Antisocial Behavior
The Future of Schooling
Section Introduction
Perspectives on Children's Development From Cultural Psychology
Psychocultural Variables and Constants
Culture and Testing
Oral and Literate Traditions Among Black Americans Living in Poverty
Bilingualism and Education
Child Development in the Context of the Black Extended Family
Section Introduction
A New Policy Initiative
Learning Disabilities
Reflections on Policy Affecting the Education of Gifted and Talented Students
Developmental Psychology and Mental Retardation
Investing in Children
Public Policy and Children's Television
As the Pendulum Swings
In the Interest of the Nation
Comment on “The Case of William McDougall”
William McDougall, Lamarckism, and Psychical Research
Witmer on Comparative Psychology
Excesses of the Normalization Concept
Normalization, Deinstitutionalization, and the Limits of Research
Cooperation and Knowledge Are Essential to Achieve Goals of Normalization
Professional and Technical Opportunities for Psychologists in Mental Retardation
More Reasons to Adopt the Five-Factor Model
Psychology Immutable
There Is Only One Psychology
Response to Lamal and Frank
Therapist–Patient Sexual Intimacy Involving Children and Adolescents