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Child psychology : a very short introduction / Usha Goswami.

By: Goswami, Usha C | [author.].
Material type: materialTypeLabelBookSeries: Very short introductions: Edition: First edition.Description: 134 pages : illustrations ; 18 cm.ISBN: 9780199646593 (paperback); 0199646597 (paperback).Subject(s): Child psychology | Child psychology | DDC classification: 155.4
Contents:
Babies and what they know -- Learning about the outside world -- Learning language -- Friendships, families, pretend play, and the imagination -- Learning and remembering, reading and number -- The learning brain -- Theories and neurobiology of development
Summary: This Very Short Introduction provides an up-to-date, authoritative, and accessible guide to modern child psychology, from birth to early adolescence. Beginning with infancy, Usha Goswami considers the process of attachment and 'bonding', showing how secure attachments enable the development of self-understanding. Exploring childhood learning, ranging from aspects of language and thinking to cognitive reasoning, Goswami looks at how babies and toddlers develop an understanding of the physical, biological, and social worlds, and develop complex abilities like language and morality. Demonstrating how learning is shaped by the environments surrounding the child; at home, school, with peers, and in wider society, Goswami emphasizes the importance of childhood friendships and siblings for psychological development. Introducing the key theories in child psychology, Goswami explains why children develop as they do and how society can further optimize their development through the adolescent years.
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Non-fiction 155.4 GOS (Browse shelf) Available 30145

Babies and what they know -- Learning about the outside world -- Learning language -- Friendships, families, pretend play, and the imagination -- Learning and remembering, reading and number -- The learning brain -- Theories and neurobiology of development

Includes bibliographical references and index.

This Very Short Introduction provides an up-to-date, authoritative, and accessible guide to modern child psychology, from birth to early adolescence. Beginning with infancy, Usha Goswami considers the process of attachment and 'bonding', showing how secure attachments enable the development of self-understanding. Exploring childhood learning, ranging from aspects of language and thinking to cognitive reasoning, Goswami looks at how babies and toddlers develop an understanding of the physical, biological, and social worlds, and develop complex abilities like language and morality. Demonstrating how learning is shaped by the environments surrounding the child; at home, school, with peers, and in wider society, Goswami emphasizes the importance of childhood friendships and siblings for psychological development. Introducing the key theories in child psychology, Goswami explains why children develop as they do and how society can further optimize their development through the adolescent years.

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