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Title Exploring developmental psychology from infancy to adolescence / edited by David Messer and Stuart Millar
Published London : Arnold, 1999


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Description xxiv, 524 pages : illustrations ; 25 cm
Contents Machine derived contents note: List of contributors -- Preface -- Introduction -- Part 1: Life Processes And Infancy -- 1. Genetics and development, Alison Pike and Robert Plomin -- 2. Developmental cognitive neuroscience: relating brain development to cognitive change, Mark H. Johnson -- 3. Knowledge of the physical world in infancy, J. Gavin Bremner -- 4. The development of communication and language, David Messer -- 5. The development of attachment relationships: infancy and beyond, Marinus H. van Ijzendoorn and Carlo Schuengel -- Part 2: Cognitive And Representational Growth -- 6. Theories of cognitive development, Karen Pine -- 7. The development of pictorial representation, Pamela M. Smith -- 8. Intelligence, Mike Anderson -- 9. Reading skill and dyslexia, Rod Nicolson -- Part 3: Atypical Development And Development In Special Circumstances -- 10. Growing and learning with sensory impairments, Julie Dockrell and Nicola Grove -- 11. Growing and learning with cognitive impairments, Nicola Grove and Julie Dockrell -- 12. Autism, Stuart D. Powell -- Part 4: Interpersonal Processes: Others And Their Influence -- 13. Psychoanalytic views about development, Howard Steele and Miriam Steele -- 14. Emotional development, Mark Meerum Terwogt and Hedy Stegge -- 15. Socio-moral development, Lutz H. Eckensberger -- 16. Families and their role in children's lives and development, Anne Woollett -- 17. Bullying in school children, Dieter Wolke and Katherine Stanford -- 18. The uses and significance of electronic media during development, Charles K. Crook -- Part 5: Towards Adulthood -- 19. Adolescence in Europe--an important life phase?, Leo B. Hendry and Marion Kloep -- 20. Challenges, risks and coping in adolescence, Marion Kloep and Leo B. Hendry -- 21. Personal growth and racialized identities: the inextricable linking of the personal and the social in everyday practices, Ann Phoenix -- References -- Subject Index -- Author Index
Bibliography Includes bibliographical references and indexes
Subject Developmental psychology.
Psychology, Adolescent.
Psychology, Child.
Child Development.
Author Messer, David J., 1952-
Millar, Stuart, 1929-2006.
LC no. 00687925
ISBN 0340676833 :
0340676825 paperback
Other Titles Exploring developmental psychology