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The Construction of the Self: Developmental and Sociocultural Foundations

Susan Harter - Psychology - 2012 - 440 pages
An important work from a leading scholar, this book explores self-development from early childhood to adulthood. Susan Harter traces the normative stages that define the ...
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Morality in Everyday Life: Developmental Perspectives

Melanie Killen, Daniel Hart - Philosophy - 1999 - 447 pages
Highlights of current research on morality in human development.
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Cognitive Development and Child Psychotherapy

Stephen R. Shirk - Psychology - 2013 - 344 pages
Like hiking off the well-traveled trail, attempting to bridge foreign do mains of research and practice entails certain risks. This volume repre sents an effort to explore the ...
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Complexity of the Self: A Developmental Approach to Psychopathology and Therapy

V. F. Guidano - Psychology - 1987 - 248 pages
In this profound work, Vittorio Guidano expands upon his earlier seminal contributions on the application of cognitive and developmental principles to individuals struggling ...
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The Self: Interdisciplinary Approaches

Jaine Strauss, George R. Goethals - Psychology - 2012 - 278 pages
A truly remarkable explosion of interest in the self has taken place in the past two decades, in psychology and related disciplines. This book presents a wide range of recent ...
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Development During Middle Childhood: The Years from Six to Twelve

W. Andrew Collins - Child development. - 1984 - 434 pages
For the first time, a report focuses specifically on middle childhood--a discrete, pivotal period of development. In this review of research, experts examine the physical ...
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The Development of Sociomoral Knowledge: A Cognitive-structural Approach

Hugh Rosen - Psychology - 1980 - 197 pages
Home to the New York Yankees, the Bronx Zoo, and the Grand Concourse, the Bronx was at one time a haven for upwardly mobile second-generation immigrants eager to leave the ...
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Learning How to Learn

Joseph D. Novak, D. Bob Gowin - Education - 1984 - 199 pages
For almost a century, educational theory and practice have been influenced by the view of behavioural psychologists that learning is synonymous with behaviour change. In this ...
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Mappings in Thought and Language

Gilles Fauconnier - Psychology - 1997 - 205 pages
Meaning in everyday thought and language is constructed at lightning speed. We are not conscious of the staggering complexity of the cognitive operations that drive our ...
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