This bibliography is a selective guide to scholarly and professional resources in Child & Adolescent Development. This guide assumes that undergraduate students have completed their information competence requirement and therefore have some experience with research in the library. For more information on this requirement, see the Basic Information Competence Requirement page.
Library research begins with your own in-depth analysis of the topic—for example, outlining the component parts of the topic, generating lists of keywords and variations, deciding how current, historical, scholarly or popular the articles or books should be, and identifying key researchers and journals in the field.
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