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A Toddler's Life By Marilyn J. Shatz (Professor of Psychology, University of Michigan)

A Toddler's Life
by Marilyn J. Shatz (Professor of Psychology, University of Michigan)

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This book uses the case study method to investigate the essence of toddlerhood - the development of sociolinguistic intelligence that will transform the infant into a child. The author offers a picture of the whole child and the rapidly developing skills of toddlers as they come to childhood.
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A Toddler's Life: Becoming a Person by Marilyn J. Shatz (Professor of Psychology, University of Michigan)

This book uses the case study method to investigate the essence of toddlerhood - the development of sociolinguistic intelligence that will transform the infant into a child. The author offers a comprehensive picture of the whole child and the rapidly developing skills of the toddlers as they grow into childhood. This is a fascinating insight into the mysteries of human development which will be invaluable to researchers of child psychology and development.

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A Toddler's Life Reviews


"The author is at once a well-known researcher in the areas of children's cognitive and linguistic development, a skillful, sensitive observer of children's behavior, and an excellent writer who shows in this book that she can communicate as effectively to lay readers as to her fellow
professionals." --John H. Flavell, Stanford University
"Charming and thought-provoking...." --Susan Goldin-Meadow, University of Chicago


"The author is at once a well-known researcher in the areas of children's cognitive and linguistic development, a skillful, sensitive observer of children's behavior, and an excellent writer who shows in this book that she can communicate as effectively to lay readers as to her fellow
professionals." --John H. Flavell, Stanford University
"Charming and thought-provoking...." --Susan Goldin-Meadow, University of Chicago

"The author is at once a well-known researcher in the areas of children's cognitive and linguistic development, a skillful, sensitive observer of children's behavior, and an excellent writer who shows in this book that she can communicate as effectively to lay readers as to her fellow professionals." --John H. Flavell, Stanford University
"Charming and thought-provoking...." --Susan Goldin-Meadow, University of Chicago


"The author is at once a well-known researcher in the areas of children's cognitive and linguistic development, a skillful, sensitive observer of children's behavior, and an excellent writer who shows in this book that she can communicate as effectively to lay readers as to her fellow professionals." --John H. Flavell, Stanford University


"Charming and thought-provoking...." --Susan Goldin-Meadow, University of Chicago




"The author is at once a well-known researcher in the areas of children's cognitive and linguistic development, a skillful, sensitive observer of children's behavior, and an excellent writer who shows in this book that she can communicate as effectively to lay readers as to her fellow professionals." --John H. Flavell, Stanford University


"Charming and thought-provoking...." --Susan Goldin-Meadow, University of Chicago


Table of Contents


Preface 1: Introduction 2: Age 15-16 Months: Doing a Lot with a Little 3: Age 17-18 Months: Just One of the Family 4: Age 19-20 Months: Emerging Skills 5: Age 21-22 Months: Self Concept and Object Concepts 6: Age 23-24 Months: Consequences of Self-Awareness 7: Age 25-26 Months: Two-year-old Talk 8: Age 27-28 Months: Talking About People and Talk 9: Age 29-30 Months: Gaining Control over a Complex World 10: Age 31-32 Months: Preparing for Second Order Thinking 11: Age 33-34 Months: The Emergent Preschooler 12: Age 35-36 Months: Preschooler Paradoxes 13: The Path from Infancy to Childhood Epilogue References

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A Toddler's Life: Becoming a Person by Marilyn J. Shatz (Professor of Psychology, University of Michigan)
Marilyn J. Shatz (Professor of Psychology, University of Michigan)
Used - Very Good
Paperback
Oxford University Press Inc
1995-03-01
236
0195099230
9780195099232
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