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An Introduction to Developmental Psychology

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  • Contributors
  • Preface to Third Edition
  • Part I Introduction
    • 1 The Scope and Methods of Developmental Psychology
      • Introduction
      • Studying Changes With Age
      • Concepts of Human Development
      • Ways of Studying Development
      • Beyond Common Sense: The Importance of Research Evidence
      • Developmental Functions: Growing and Changing
      • Summary and Conclusions
      • Discussion Points
      • Suggestions for Further Reading
      • References
    • 2 Pathology of Brain Aging
      • Introduction
      • Motor Development
      • Cognitive Development
      • Information Processing Approaches
      • Social-Cognitive Development
      • Ethology and Evolution
      • Emotional Development
      • Psychoanalytic Theories
      • Humanistic Theory – Abraham Maslow
      • Putting it all Together – Different Theories for Different Needs
      • Issues in Child Development
      • Summary and Conclusions
      • Discussion Points
      • Suggestions for Further Reading
      • References
    • 3 The Nature–Nurture Debate
      • Introduction
      • Cognitive Development
      • Heritability
      • Genetic Contributions to Cognitive Growth
      • Environmental Influences on Cognitive Development
      • Compensatory Education
      • Summary and Conclusions
      • Discussion Points
      • Suggestions for Further Reading
      • References
  • Part II Infancy
    • 4 Prenatal Development
      • Introduction
      • The Brain, The Spinal Cord and the Emergence of Mind
      • Sensations
      • Prenatal and Transnatal Auditory Learning
      • Risks to Foetal Development
      • Prenatal development of Postnatal Functions: The Bridge to Infancy
      • Summary and Conclusions
      • Discussion Points
      • Suggestions for Further Reading
      • References
    • 5 Perception, Knowledge and Action in Infancy
      • Introduction
      • Visual Perception from Birth to Six Months
      • Infants’ Perception of People
      • Infants’ Knowledge of the World
      • Later Work on Infant Cognition
      • Object Search Revisited
      • Summary and Conclusions
      • Discussion Points
      • Suggestions for Further Reading
      • References
    • 6 Emotional Development and Attachment Relationships
      • Introduction
      • Emotional Development
      • Attachment Relationships
      • Summary and Conclusions
      • Discussion Points
      • Suggestions for Further Reading
      • References
    • 7 Early Social Interactions with People and Objects
      • Introduction
      • First Encounters with Others: Biology is Socially Oriented
      • Adult–Infant Interaction Becomes Mutual
      • The Magic Number Three: Early Triadic Interactions with Others and Objects from the Beginning?
      • Premature Babies, Incubator and the Kangaroo Experience
      • Gestures to Communicate with Others
      • Functional Permanence of Objects and Communicative-Educational Practices
      • Symbolic Uses of Objects
      • General Conclusions
      • Acknowledgements
      • Discussion Points
      • Suggestions for Further Reading
      • References
    • 8 The Development of Self and Gender
      • Introduction
      • Existential Self
      • The Development of Self-Awareness
      • I am Me But Am i Worthy? The Study of Self-Esteem – Definition, Measurement and Origin
      • The Power of Language
      • Perception of Body Attractiveness
      • Gender Identity Development
      • The Chosen Categorical Self
      • Summary and Conclusions
      • Discussion Points
      • Suggestions for Further Reading
      • References
      • Note
  • Part III Childhood
    • 9 Cognitive Development
      • Introduction
      • Piaget’s Cognitive-Developmental Theory
      • Case’s Neo-Piagetian Theory
      • Siegler’s Overlapping Waves Theory
      • Vygotsky’s Sociocultural Perspective
      • Theory of Core Knowledge
      • Summary and Conclusions
      • Discussion Points
      • Suggestions for Further Reading
      • References
    • 10 The Development of Language
      • Introduction
      • What is Human Language?
      • The Development of the Pragmatic System
      • The Development of the Phonological System
      • The Development of the Syntactic System
      • The Acquisition of Word Meaning
      • The Interaction of Language and Cognitive Development
      • Summary and Conclusions
      • Discussion Points
      • Suggestions for Further Reading
      • References
    • 11 Acquiring a Theory of Mind
      • Introduction
      • When do Children Begin to Understand that People Hold Beliefs?
      • Do Children Acquire a Theory of Mind?
      • Is There a Developmental Stage?
      • Signs of Competence During Infancy: Can Infants Understand False Belief?
      • Adults’ Difficulty with False Beliefs
      • Factors that Influence Development
      • Autism
      • What is the Purpose of a Theory of Mind?
      • Summary and Conclusions
      • Discussion Points
      • Suggestions for Further Reading
      • References
    • 12 Reading and Mathematics in Developmental Psychology
      • Introduction
      • Reading and Writing
      • Conditional Spelling Rules
      • Number and Counting
      • Number as a Cultural Tool
      • Logic in the Understanding of Number
      • Summary and Conclusions
      • Discussion Points
      • Suggestions for Further Reading
      • References
    • 13 Memory Development and Eyewitness Testimony
      • Introduction
      • The Development of Memory
      • The Memory Process
      • Four Factors that Influence the Development of Memory: Knowledge, Strategies, Metamemory and Culture
      • Children’s Eyewitness Testimony
      • Summary and Conclusions
      • Discussion Points
      • Suggestions for Further Reading
      • References
    • 14 Play and the Beginnings of peer relationships
      • Introduction
      • Early Peer Relationships
      • The Beginnings of Play
      • The Growth of Social Participation
      • Functions of Play
      • Social Status and Sociometry: The Measurement of Social Relationships in the Peer Group
      • Friendship
      • Sex Differences in Play and Social Behaviour
      • Ethnicity
      • Summary and Conclusions
      • Discussion Points
      • Suggestions for Further Reading
      • References
    • 15 Prosocial Tendencies, Antisocial Behaviour and Moral Development in Childhood
      • Introduction
      • What do Prosocial and Antisocial Mean?
      • Preview of the Research Review
      • The Developmental Trajectory of Prosocial and Antisocial Behaviour and Thought
      • Social Influences on Prosocial and Antisocial Development
      • Development Within Relationships
      • Culture and Development
      • Summary and Conclusions
      • Discussion Points
      • Suggestions for Further Reading
      • References
  • Part IV Adolescence
    • 16 Cognitive Development in Adolescence
      • Introduction
      • Perception and Attention
      • Speed of Processing
      • Memory
      • Intelligence
      • Reasoning
      • Formal Operational Thinking
      • Controversies About Piaget’s Theory and Research Regarding Formal Operational Thought
      • Beyond Piaget’s Theory
      • Summary and Conclusions
      • Discussion Points
      • Suggestions for Further Reading
      • References
    • 17 Social Development
      • Introduction
      • Key Characteristics of Development
      • G. Stanley Hall: Adolescence as Storm and Stress
      • The Adolescent Social Environment: Kurt Lewin
      • Puberty and Psychological Development: The Work of Anna Freud
      • The Family and Adolescence: The Work of Peter Blos
      • Peer Relations: The Ideas of Harry Stack Sullivan
      • Erik Erikson and the Development of Identity in Adolescence
      • Summary and Conclusions
      • Discussion Points
      • Suggestions for Further Reading
      • References
  • Part V Practical Issues
    • 18 Educational Implications
      • Introduction
      • Child-Centred Psychology and Education
      • Social Interaction, Learning And Development
      • Psychology, Schools and Educational Reform
      • Summary and Conclusions
      • Discussion Points
      • Suggestions for Further Reading
      • References
    • 19 Risk and Resilience in Development
      • Introduction
      • Historical Background
      • Risk Factors
      • Measurement of Risk
      • Protective/Vulnerability Factors
      • Theoretical Models of Risk and Resilience
      • Developmental Outcomes: Competence and Maladjustment
      • Contributions of Risk and Resilience Research to the Design of Successful Interventions
      • Summary and Conclusions
      • Discussion Points
      • Suggestions for Further Reading
      • References
    • 20 Social problems in schools
      • Introduction
      • The School Context
      • Victimisation and Bullying in School
      • Interventions to Reduce Bullying
      • School refusal
      • Summary and Conclusions
      • Discussion Points
      • Suggestions for Further Reading
      • References
    • 21 Atypical development
      • Introduction
      • What is Atypical Development?
      • Why Study Atypical Development?
      • Methodological Approaches Used in the Study of Atypical Development
      • Impact of Scientific Discovery and Technological Innovation on the Study of Pathways in Atypical Development
      • Understanding Atypical Pathways
      • Impact of the Absence of a Sensory Input on Developmental Pathways
      • Environmental Risk Factors: The Case of Emotional Disturbance
      • Summary and Conclusions
      • Discussion Points
      • Suggestions for Further Reading
      • References
  • Glossary
  • Names Index
  • Subject Index
  • EULA

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Tilboði lýkur 06.02.2019
Vörunúmer: 9781119025115
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An Introduction to Developmental Psychology

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