This fourth edition of the best-selling topically-organized introduction to infancy reflects the enormous changes that have occurred in our understanding of infants and their place in human development over the past decade.In the Piagetian view (Chapter 7), for example, there is little or no integration of incoming sensory information at birth, ... is therefore considerably greater coherence to infantsa#39; per- ceptual experience than was once thought (see Chapter 6). When Piaget studied acquisition of the object concept in his own children, he relied on their manual search for a hidden object. ... of mental phenomena (e.g., memory, action, and the use of signs and symbols; Klahr, 1999 ; Mascolo aamp; Fischer, 1999).
|Title||:||Development in Infancy|
|Author||:||Marc H. Bornstein, Michael E. Lamb|
|Publisher||:||Psychology Press - 2002-06-01|