Emotions, Aggression, and
Morality in Children
Bridging Development and
Edited by William F. Arsenio and Elizabeth
Drawing largely from social information
processing and moral domain theories, the
chapters demonstrate how early affective
experiences and relationships provide a foundation for children’s subsequent social cognitive understanding of victimization, harm, and
moral intentionality. 2010.
Book: 270 pages • Exam: 50 items
The Development of
Giftedness and Talent Across
the Life Span
Edited by Frances Degen
Horowitz, et al.
Focusing on the practical implications of
emerging theoretical perspectives and 23
empirical findings, contributors examine prediction and measurement, diversity issues, and
psychosocial factors as they relate to developing talent in different domains. 2009.
Book: 252 pages • Exam: 51 items
Machiavellianism in Youth
Implications for the
Development of Adaptive and
Edited by Christopher T. Barry, et al.
This book highlights how knowledge of both
narcissism and Machiavellianism may influence
problematic youth social interactions as well
as youth adaptation to developmental contexts
such as peer relationships. 2010.
Book: 285 pages • Exam: 60 Items
Behavioral Interventions in
Edited by Angeleque Akin-Little,
This book provides school psychologists, counselors, social workers, school administrators,
and teachers with a summary of ecologically
sound primary, secondary, and tertiary prevention strategies for behavioral intervention in
the classroom. 2009.
Book: 350 pages • Exam: 65 items