Introduction to Infant DevelopmentThis introduction to infant development for psychology undergraduates is written by a group of internationally known authors. The book is illustrated, reflects current research, discusses theoretical reviews, and its coverage is lively and topical.
by Edited by Alan Slater
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This book provides a complete introduction to Infant Development for undergraduates. It is written by a group of internationally known and respected authors, providing the same high level of expertise across all topics, but the chapters have been carefully edited so that they read together 'as a whole'. The book is well illustrated, reflects the latest research, discusses current theoretical reviews, and its coverage is lively and topical. Contains a number of topics that are not found elswehere in standard textbooks. Of particular note (being witten by world experts and being bang up to date); - language development - face perception - not seen elsewhere in detail, and beautifully illustrated - role of intervention in infant development, and social policy implications and practical applications Particularly strong chapters on - The role of play - Learning to communicate
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Introduction to Infant Development
Edited by Alan Slater
Oxford University Press
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