Challenges to developmental paradigms: implications for theory, assessment, and treatment
This book unites an interdisciplinary body of experts in child development whose research and ideas challenge existing theories and conventional clinical practice in a variety of domains of early child development. This unique volume fills a gap in existing developmental research and offers applications for clinical practice to professionals, students, and researchers in developmental, social, and educational psychology.
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Do Challenges to Developmental Paradigms Compel
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