Advances in Child Development and Behavior, Volume 58, the latest release in this classic resource on the field of developmental psychology, includes a variety of timely updates, with this release presenting chapters on The Development of Mental Rotation Ability Across the First Year After Birth, Groups as Moral Boundaries: A Developmental Perspective, The Development of Time Concepts, Mother-child Physiological Synchrony, Children's Social Reasoning About Others: Dispositional and Contextual Influences, Mindful Thinking: Does it Really Help Children?, On the Emergence of Differential Responding to Social Categories, Trust in Early Childhood, Infant Imitation, Social-Cognition and Brain Development, and more.
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Preface Janette B. Benson 1. The development of mental rotation ability across the first year after birth David S. Moore and Scott P. Johnson 2. Beyond perceptual development: Infant responding to social categories Paul C. Quinn, Kang Lee and Olivier Pascalis 3. Groups as moral boundaries: A developmental perspective Lisa Chalik and Marjorie Rhodes 4. Content counts: A trait and moral reasoning framework for children's selective social learning Kimberly E. Marble and Janet J. Boseovski 5. Trust in early childhood Lori Markson and Yuyan Luo 6. Mother-child behavioral and physiological synchrony Martha Ann Bell 7. What is the evidence in evidence-based mindfulness programs for children? Kaitlyn M. Butterfield, Kim P. Roberts, Lindsey E. Feltis and Nancy Kocovski 8. Children's future-oriented cognition Teresa McCormack and Christoph Hoerl