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Blackwell Handbook of Infant Development

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792 pages
This up-to-date overview of the fast-moving field of infant development covers all the major areas of interest in terms of research, applications and policy.

  • Provides an up-to-date overview of progress on important developmental questions relating to infancy.
  • Balances North American and European perspective.
  • Written by leading international researchers.

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Contents
List of Contributors Introduction
Part I Perception and Cognition Introduction 1 Visual Perception Alan Slater 2 Hearing, Listening, and Understanding: Auditory Development in Infancy Anne Fernald 3 Action in Infancy – Perspectives, Concepts, and Challenges: The Development of Reaching and Grasping Ad W. Smitsman 4 Cognitive Development: Knowledge of the Physical World J. Gavin Bremner 5 Infant Learning and Memory Carolyn RoveeCollier and Rachel Barr 6 Functional Brain Development During Infancy Mark H. Johnson 7 Origins of Self-concept Philippe Rochat 8 Joint Visual Attention in Infancy George Butterworth 9 Mind Knowledge in the First Year: Understanding Attention and Intention Vasudevi Reddy
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Part II Social, Emotional, and Communicative Development Introduction 10 Mother–Infant Interaction Marc H. Bornstein and Catherine S. TamisLeMonda 11 First Attachments: Theory and Research Dymphna van den Boom 12 Peers and Infant Social/Communicative Development Carol O. Eckerman and Karen Peterman 13 The Salience of Touch and Physical Contact During Infancy: Unraveling Some of the Mysteries of the Somesthetic Sense Dale M. Stack 14 Preverbal Communication Andrew Lock 15 Early Language Luigia Camaioni 16 Principles of Emotion and its Development in Infancy David C. Witherington, Joseph J. Campos, and Matthew J. Hertenstein 17 Temperament Theodore D. Wachs and John E. Bates
Part III Risk Factors in Development Introduction 18 Prenatal Development and Risk William P. Fifer, Catherine E. Monk, and Jill GroseFifer 19 Early Intervention and Risk Douglas R. Powell 20 Early Social Development in Young Children with Autism: Theoretical and Clinical Implications Sally Ozonoff and Mikle South 21 Infant Mental Health in a Changing Society Donna M. Gelfand 22 Sensory Deficits Gunilla Preisler
Part IV Contexts and Policy Issues Introduction 23 Infancy Research, Policy, and Practice Marguerite Barratt
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Childcare Research at the Dawn of a New Millennium: Taking Stock of What We Know Sarah L. Friedman, Suzanne Randolph, and Anita Kochanoff Health, Nutrition, and Safety Jeanne Thibo Karns The History (and Future) of Infancy Alan Fogel
Subject Index Author Index
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