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New Perspectives on Early Social-Cognitive Development, Vol 258. Progress in Brain Research

  • ID: 5029582
  • Book
  • November 2020
  • Region: Global
  • 358 Pages
  • Elsevier Science and Technology
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New Perspectives on Early Social-cognitive Development, Volume 258 in the Progress in Brain Research series, highlights new advances in the field, with this new volume presenting interesting chapters on topics such as Dynamics of Coordinated Attention, Investigating the Role of Neural Body Maps in Early Social-Cognitive Development: New Insights from Infant MEG and EEG, Motion tracking in developmental research: Methodological considerations and social-cognitive developmental applications, Early maturation of the social brain: How brain development provides a platform for the acquisition of social-cognitive competence, Getting a grip on early intention understanding: The role of motor, cognitive, and social factors, and much more.
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  • Presents the latest release in the Progress in Brain Research series
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1. Studying parent-child interaction with hyperscanning Trinh Nguyen 2. Using Head-Mounted Eye-trackers to Study Micro-Level Dynamics of Coordinated Attention Chi-hsin Chen 3. Investigating the Role of Neural Body Maps in Early Social-Cognitive Development: New Insights from Infant MEG and EEG Andrew Meltzoff and Peter J. Marshall 4. Motion tracking in developmental research: Methodological considerations and social-cognitive developmental applications Nadia Dominici 5. Early maturation of the social brain: How brain development provides a platform for the acquisition of social-cognitive competence Grainne McAlonan and Judit Ciarrusta 6. Getting a grip on early intention understanding: The role of motor, cognitive, and social factors Charlotte de Moor 7. Learning to predict and interact with others: insights from developmental psychology and cognitive neuroscience Marlene Meyer 8. The emergence of moral behavior in early childhood: A social-pragmatic perspective Markus Paulus 9. The early development of emotion perception: A fresh look through the lenses of neuroscience Tobias Grossmann 10. Theory of mind Development: Current Challenges and Future Directions Diane Poulin-Dubois 11. How an infant's active response to experience supports perceptual-cognitive development Lauren Emberson 12. Predictive coding and social cognitive development: Robotic approaches

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