Psychological Development and Early Childhood. Child Development

  • ID: 2249556
  • Book
  • 336 Pages
  • John Wiley and Sons Ltd
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This is one of a series of four books which form part of the Open University course Child Development. The series provides a detailed and thorough undergraduate–level introduction to the central concepts, theories, current issues and research evidence in developmental psychology.

Psychological Development and Early Childhood is a broad and accessible introduction to theory and research, presenting integrated research–based accounts of development in key areas of early childhood, such as perceptual abilities, early relationships, individuality and object knowledge. A focus on modern developmental theories is complemented by detailed consideration of models of developmental processes. A theme that runs through the book is a concern with the ways in which biological, social and cultural influences interact in development.

Psychological Development and Early Childhood is a course text for the Open University course ED209.

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1. Images of Childhood.

2. Theories of Development.

3. Sensation to Perception.

4. Early Cognitive Development.

5. Individuality.

6. Origins of Development.

7. First Relationships

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The breadth of viewpoints addressed endows the reader with an excellent framework. The structure aids in the ease of understanding.Psychological Record
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