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Psychology of Infancy15899Tillfälligt slut – klicka "Bevaka" för att få ett mejl så fort boken går att köpa igen.This six-volume major work brings together influential works which explore the key conceptual issues and findings in research on infant development. With a strong focus on the contemporary research and ideas around the topic, these volumes also contain classic papers which have made important contributions to current images of infancy. The result is a comprehensive research tool which provides a historical account of infancy research, as well as an overview of the current state of play in the field.
Each volume contains an introductory chapter in which the editors provide an overview of the literature and a guide to the relationships between topics, as well as providing the rationale behind the selection of the articles therein.
Volume 1: The beginnings of life: Foetal development, atypical development and basic sensory abilities
Volume 2: Memory development and object perception
Volume 3: Motor development, spatial awareness and multisensory perception
Volume 4: Cognitive development: From Piaget to the developing Theory of Mind
Volume 5: The developing awareness of the social world: From imitation to talking
Volume 6: Social development: Forming attachments and becoming self-aware
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Alan Slater is Associate Professor in Developmental Psychology at the University of Exeter. He is the co-editor of The Blackwell Reader in Developmental Psychology (Blackwell, 1999), Theories of Infant Development (Blackwell Publishing, 2004) and An Introduction to Developmental Psychology (Wiley, 2017) as well as the the 5-volume reference work Infancy (SAGE, 2013).
VOLUME ONE: THE BEGINNINGS OF LIFE: FOETAL DEVELOPMENT, ATYPICAL DEVELOPMENT AND BASIC SENSORY ABILITIES Prenatal Development, Risk Factors and Atypical Development Part One: Embryonic Period to Foetal Period (Normal Developing) Developmental Change in Fetal Response to Repeated Low-Intensity Sound - Seiichi Morokuma et al. Evidence of Transnatal Auditory Learning - Christine Moon and William Fifer Newborn Infants Prefer the Maternal Low-Pass Filtered Voice, but Not the Maternal Whispered Voice - Melanie Spence and Mark Freeman Part Two: Effects of Risk Factors on the Foetus (Teratogens) Fetal Alchohol Syndrome and the Developing Socio-Emotional Brain - Alison Nichols The Factors Contributing to the Risk of Sudden Infant Death Syndrome - E. Athanasakis S. Karavasiliadou and I. Styliadis Prenatal Antecedents of Newborn Neurological Maturation - Janet DiPietro et al. Cognitive Outcomes of Preschool Children with Prenatal Cocaine Exposure - Lynn Singer et al. Part Three: Atypical Development - Down Syndrome, Sensorially Impaired, Multiple Impairments, Origins of Autism in Infancy Period The Development of Joint Attention in Blind Infants - Ann Bigelow Autism during Infancy: A Retrospective Video Analysis of Sensori-Motor and Social Behaviors at 9-12 Months of Age - Grace Baranek Atypical Perceptual Narrowing in Prematurely Born Infants Is Associated with Compromised Language Acquisition at 2 Years of Age - Eira Jansson-Verkasalo et al. Atypical Object Exploration at 12 Months of Age Is Associated with Autism in a Prospective Sample - Sally Ozonoff et al. Contingency Learning in 9-Month-Old Infants with Down Syndrome - P.S. Ohr and J.W. Fagen Perceptual and Motor Development Part Four: Basic Visual and Auditory Abilities Development of Human Visual Function - Oliver Braddick and Janette Atkinson Development of Visual Perception - Scott Johnson Where Infants Look Determines How They See: Eye Movements and Object Perception Performance in 3-Month-Olds - Scott Johnson, Jonathan Slemmer and Dima Asmo The Development of a Human Auditory Localization Response: A U-Shaped Function - Darwin Muir, Rachel Clifton and Marsha Clarkson One-Year-Old Infants Follow Others' Voice Direction - Federico Rossano, Malinda Carpenter and Michael Tomasello VOLUME TWO: MEMORY DEVELOPMENT AND OBJECT PERCEPTION Part One: Object Perception, Including Perceptual Constancies and Memory Development Size Constancy at Birth: Newborn Infants' Responses to Retinal and Real Size - Alan Slater, Anne Mattock and Elizabeth Brown What Do Infants Remember When They Forget? Location and Identity in 6-Month-Olds' Memory for Objects - Melissa Kibbe and Alan Leslie Dissociations in Infancy Memory: Rethinking the Development of Implicit and Explicit Memory - Carolyn Rovee-Collier The Ontogeny of Long-Term Retention during the Second Year of Life - Jane Herbert and Harlene Hayne Part Two: Perceptual Categories, Causality, Perception of Animate Action Basic Level and Superordinate-Like Categorical Representations in Early Infancy - Gundeep Behl-Chadha The Nature and Structure of Infant Form Categories - Paul Bomba and Einar Siqueland The Acquisition of Expertise as a Model for the Growth of Cognitive Structure - Paul Quinn Global-before-Basic Object Categorization in Connectionist Networks and 2-Month-Old Infants - Paul Quinn and Mark Johnson Precursors of Infants' Perception of the Causality of a Simple Event - Leslie Cohen and Geoffrey Amsel Do Six-Month-Old Infants Perceive Causality? - Alan Leslie and Stephanie Keeble One-Year-Old Infants Use Teleological Representations of Actions Productively - Gergely Csibra Infants' Ability to Distinguish between Purposeful and Non-Purposeful Behaviors - Amanda Woodward Part Three: Perception across Occlusion: Perceptual Precursors of Permanence Newborn Infants' Perception of Partly Occluded Objects - Alan Slater et al. Infants' Perception of Ob