The Oxford Handbook of Developmental Psychology, Vol. 2: Self and Other by Philip David ZelazoThe Oxford Handbook of Developmental Psychology, Vol. 2: Self and Other by Philip David Zelazo

The Oxford Handbook of Developmental Psychology, Vol. 2: Self and Other

EditorPhilip David Zelazo

Hardcover | March 13, 2013

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Research in developmental psychology - which examines the history, origins, and causes of behavior and age-related changes in behavior - seeks to construct a complex, multi-level characterization of behavior as it unfolds in time across a range of time scales, from the milliseconds of reactiontime to the days and weeks of childhood, the decades of the human lifespan, and even beyond, to multiple generations. Behavior, in this view, is embedded within what is essentially a dynamic system of relations extending deep within individuals.Thorough and engaging, this handbook explores the impact of this research on what is now known about psychological development, from birth to biological maturity, and it highlights the extent to which the most cutting-edge developmental science reflects a new kind of intellectual synthesis: one thatreveals how cultural, social, cognitive, neural, and molecular processes work together to yield human behavior and changes in human behavior.With insightful contributions from more than 50 of the world's leading developmental scientists, these two volumes will serve as an influential and informed text for students and as an authoritative desk reference for years to come.
Philip David Zelazo, Ph.D., is the Nancy M. and John E. Lindahl Professor at the Institute of Child Development at the University of Minnesota.
Title:The Oxford Handbook of Developmental Psychology, Vol. 2: Self and OtherFormat:HardcoverDimensions:656 pages, 10 × 7 × 0.98 inPublished:March 13, 2013Publisher:Oxford University PressLanguage:English

The following ISBNs are associated with this title:

ISBN - 10:0199958475

ISBN - 13:9780199958474


Table of Contents

1. Philip David Zelazo: Developmental Psychology: A New Synthesis2. Nathan A. Fox, Bethany C. Reeb-Sutherland, and Kathryn A. Degnan: Personality and Emotional Development: Overview3. Megan R. Gunnar and Adriana M. Herrera: The Development of Stress Reactivity: A Neurobiological Perspective4. Marc D. Lewis: The Development of Emotion Regulation: Integrating Normative and Individual Differences through Developmental Neuroscience5. R. J. R. Blair: The Developing Moralities: A Cognitive Neuroscience Approach6. Rebecca L. Shiner and Colin G. DeYoung: The Structure of Temperament and Personality Traits: A Developmental Perspective7. Jerome Kagan: Temperamental Contributions to Inhibited and Uninhibited Profiles8. Carol S. Dweck: Social Development9. Ross A. Thompson: Attachment Theory and Research: Precis and Prospect10. Peter Mundy: A Neural Networks, Information Processing Model of Joint Attention and Social-Cognitive Development11. Kenneth H. Rubin, Julie C. Bowker, Kristina L. McDonald, and Melissa Menzer: Peer Relationships in Childhood12. Anthony D. Pellegrini: Play13. Nancy Eisenberg, Tracy L. Spinrad, and Amanda S. Morris: Prosocial Development14. Campbell Leaper: Gender Development During Childhood15. Philippe Rochat: Self-conceptualizing in development16. Janet Wilde Astington and Claire Hughes: Theory of Mind: Self-Reflection and Social Understanding17. Mary Gauvain: Sociocultural Contexts of Development18. Dante Cicchetti: An Overview of Developmental Psychopathology19. Michael S. C. Thomas, Harry R. M. Purser, and Fiona M. Richardson: Modularity and Developmental Disorders20. Jean R. Seguin: Aggression and Anti-Social Behavior: A Developmental Perspective21. Kirby Deater-Deckard: The social environment and the development of psychopathology22. Edmund J S Sonuga-Barke: Attention Deficit/Hyperactivity Disorder: Towards a Developmental Synthesis23. Ann S. Masten: Risk and Resilience in Development