Psychology of Infancy

J. Gavin Bremner (Redaktør) ; Alan Slater (Redaktør)

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. Les mer
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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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