Advances in Child Development and Behavior: Volume 24 by Hayne W. ReeseAdvances in Child Development and Behavior: Volume 24 by Hayne W. Reese

Advances in Child Development and Behavior: Volume 24

byHayne W. ReeseEditorReese

Hardcover | February 17, 1993

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Advances in Child Development and Behavior is intended to ease the task faced by researchers, instructors, and students who are confronted by the vast amount of research and theoretical discussion in child development and behavior. The serial provides scholarly technical articles and a place for the publication of scholarly speculation. In these documented critical reviews, recent advances in the field are summarized and integrated, complexities are exposed, and fresh viewpoints are offered. The serial should be useful to experts it the area as well as graduate students. Each volume ofAdvances in Child Development and Behavior contains an index, and each chapter includes references.
Title:Advances in Child Development and Behavior: Volume 24Format:HardcoverDimensions:317 pages, 9 × 6 × 0.98 inPublished:February 17, 1993Publisher:Academic PressLanguage:English

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ISBN - 10:0120097249

ISBN - 13:9780120097241

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Table of Contents

S.E. Trehub, L.J. Trainor and A.M. Unyk, Music and Speech Processing in the First Year of Life.
J. Worobey, Effects of Feeding Method on Infant Temperament.
L.S. Siegel, The Development of Reading.
J.P. Rack, C. Hulme and M.J. Snowling, Learning to Read: A Theoretical Synthesis.
K.E. Stanovich, Does Reading Make You Smarter? Literacy and the Development of Verbal Intelligence.
M.E. Wagner, H.J.P. Schubert and D.S.P. Schubert, Sex-of-Sibling Effects:
Part I. Gender Role, Intelligence, Achievement and Creativity.
L.B. Smith, The Concept of Same.
J. Baker-Sennett, E. Matusov and B. Rogoff, Planning as Developmental Process.
Author Index.
Subject Index.

Editorial Reviews

Praise for the Serial"As in other fields of psychology, the growth of new knowledge and research findings about children's development seems to increase exponentially from year to year. In the lossing battle to keep track of all of the new findings, it is particularly valuable to have outlets like the Advances series, in which leading scholars present 'novel' perspectives on a topic using their own programmatic lines of work... The Advances series has always been a leader in showcasing groundbreaking ideas on a broad range of topics in the field. The present volume continues admirably in this tradition, with its well-written papers, rich scholarship, and careful editing... The intellectual exchange between reader and text that results is one good working illustration of the meaning of provocative. And a certain bonus of the effort is to be an early consumer of a least one or two papers destined to become 'classics' in the field."CONTEMPORARY PSYCHOLOGY "Maintains the high level of quality and interest one has come to expect from these volumes... One only hopes that additional volumes in the series will be forthcoming."CONTEMPORARY PSYCHOLOGY "This series has served as a major outlet for important new ideas on psychological development."CONTEMPORARY PSYCHOLOGY