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by Willard Hartup

Download Review of Child Development Research (Review of Child Development Research Ser) eBook
ISBN:
0226318737
Author:
Willard Hartup
Category:
Psychology & Counseling
Language:
English
Publisher:
Univ of Chicago Pr (November 1, 1982)
Pages:
780 pages
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Contributors have selected and interpreted the relevant material in reference to the practitioner's interests and needs. The chapters, written by prominent specialists, cover various topics in child development from early periods of socialization to the development of higher mental processes, and include two chapters dealing with genetic and neurophysiological bases of behavior.

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The differences include the questions that are asked, the methods that are used to address them, the measures that are employed to provide relevant evidence, and the level of detail at which children's knowledge is represented.

definition of child development studies. Overall, the collected NDGS were not spread evenly across the types of play or the age.

35 measures were identified for further examination.

Take a closer look at how leading developmental scientists of color found their way to the field of child development in the final video of the "Hidden Figures" in Developmental Science series

Take a closer look at how leading developmental scientists of color found their way to the field of child development in the final video of the "Hidden Figures" in Developmental Science series. Thank you to the Doris Duke Charitable Foundation for their generous support of this project. How Did I Get Here: My Journey to Developmental Science.

To assess the state of the science, a template developed by an NIMH work group was applied to 14 identified studies.

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