Children's Thinking, The, 5th edition
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Children's Thinking explores the practical implications of the study of children's thinking and development. The text shines a light on the thoughts and perceptions of children using major research findings and cutting-edge theories. Authors Robert Siegler and Martha Alibali examine the change process through which development occurs, from infancy to adolescence. They also cover the changes in conceptual understanding, language, memory, perception and problem-solving that mark cognitive development. In this way, they illuminate the mysteries of children's thought processes.
The 5th Edition offers new and updated information about the neural bases of cognitive development, face perception, statistical learning and more.
Published by Pearson (July 14th 2021) - Copyright © 2020
Category: Cognitive Psychology
1. An Introduction to Children's Thinking
2. Piaget's Theory of Development
3. Information-Processing Theories of Development
4. Sociocultural Theories of Development
5. Perceptual Development
6. Language Development
7. Memory Development
8. Conceptual Development
9. The Development of Social Cognition
10. Problem Solving
11. Development of Academic Skills
12. Conclusions for the Present; Challenges for the Future
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