Books shelved as developmental-psychology: Developmental Psychology: A Life -Span Approach by Elizabeth B. Hurlock, The Drama of the Gifted Child: The. One field that's really taken off in recent years is developmental psychology. Initially developmental psychologists were only interested in how toddler developed. Results 1 - 30 of Discover Book Depository's huge selection of Child & Developmental Psychology Books online. Free delivery worldwide on over
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Emotional Intelligence: Proust and the Squid: Spiral Dynamics: Exploring Developmental Psychology: A Child's Work: Stages of Faith: In Over Our Heads: The Synthesis of Self: Mendelsohn Editor. Kinship by Design: Towards Reading Freud: On the Frontier of Adulthood: Settersten Jr.
Big Developmental theories: Piaget, information-processing, Vygotsky 5. The Development of Cognitive Skills 6.
Language Development 7. Cognition and Education 8. Personality, emotion regulation and an introduction to developmental Psychopathology 9. Social Relationships and the Family Peers and the Child as Social Person; Play.
Routledge eBooks are available through VitalSource. Often used as a textbook in introductory courses, Theories of Development by William Crain is still considered a great primer for those interested in learning the history of developmental psychology. Skinner, and Sigmund Freud.
In this work, Wolf uses her extensive knowledge both of child development and cognitive neuroscience to attempt to explain the actual biology of how the brain learns to read. She also explores the differences between multilingual brains, as well as the brains of children with dyslexia.
Students entering the field of developmental psychology nowadays must confront the issue of the Internet. The Shallows , which won the Pulitzer Prize in , documents the neurological changes that have been directly caused by the advent of the Internet.
This is an essential read for developmental psychologists interested in educating children in the Information Age.