Infant & Child Development

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  1. Book ImageThe Developmental Science of Early Childhood: Clinical Applications of Infant Mental Health Concepts From Infancy Through Adolescence

    Claudia M. Gold

    A practical distillation of cutting-edge developmental research for mental health professionals.More

  2. Book ImagePrenatal Development and Parents' Lived Experiences: How Early Events Shape Our Psychophysiology and Relationships

    Ann Diamond Weinstein, PhD, Michael Shea

    The influence of the preconception and prenatal period on child development and parent-child relationships.More

  3. Book ImageThe Mother-Infant Interaction Picture Book: Origins of Attachment

    Beatrice Beebe, Phyllis Cohen, Frank Lachmann, Et Al.

    An internationally known researcher presents a comprehensive, illustrated analysis of mother-infant interactions.More

  4. Book ImageNeurobiology and the Development of Human Morality: Evolution, Culture, and Wisdom

    Darcia Narvaez, Allan N. Schore

    A wide-ranging exploration of the role of childhood experiences in adult morality.More

  5. Book ImageIdentity: Youth and Crisis

    Erik H. Erikson

    Identity: Youth and Crisis collects Erik H. Erikson's major essays on topics originating in the concept of the adolescent identity crisis.More

  6. Book ImageChildhood and Society

    Erik H. Erikson

    The landmark work on the social significance of childhood.More

  7. Book ImageChild's Talk: Learning to Use Language

    Jerome Bruner

    How does a child acquire language, and what may facilitate this learning? In this book, renowned psychologist Jerome Bruner explores the child's most remarkable achievement.More

  8. Book ImageSocial and Personality Development: Infancy through Adolescence

    William Damon

    This innovative textbook is an unusually clear, comprehensive, and modern introduction to the social world of the child.

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  9. Book ImageChildren's Minds

    Margaret Donaldson

    How and when does a child begin to make sense of the world? Why does a lively preschool child so often become a semiliterate and defeated school failure?More