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The Minnesota Symposia on Child Psychology, Volume 28
Although current views of cognitive development owe a great deal to Jean Piaget, this field has undergone profound change in the years since Piaget's death. This can be witnessed both in the influence connectionist and dynamical system models have exerted on theories of cognition and language, and...
Published September 30th 1995 by Psychology Press
Integrating Biological, Psychological, and Social Risk Factors: the Minnesota Symposia on Child Psychology, Volume 27
Psychology's recent immersion in risk research has introduced a new variant in which the focus is not solely on disease, but also on the effects and consequences produced by the multiple aspects of risk on individual adaptation. Variations in such patterns of adaptation signal the entrance of...
Published August 31st 1994 by Psychology Press
The Minnesota Symposia on Child Psychology, Volume 26
As in recent years, a thematic concept was selected over a general one for the 26th annual Minnesota Symposium on Child Psychology. In this case the relation between memory and affect was targeted for two reasons. The first concerned the a priori theoretical relation between these content areas....
Published March 31st 1993 by Psychology Press
The Minnesota Symposia on Child Psychology, Volume 25
One of the central problems in the study of modern cognition is the degree to which higher cognition is modularized: that is, how much are higher functions carried out by domain-specific, specialized, cognitive subsystems, rather than a highly general cognitive learning and inferring device? To...
Published August 31st 1992 by Psychology Press
The Minnesota Symposia on Child Psychology, Volume 24
This volume provides an introduction to current research on the relation between brain development and the development of cognitive, linguistic, motor, and emotional behavior. At least two audiences will benefit from this book: psychologists interested in brain development, and neuroscientists...
Published November 30th 1991 by Psychology Press
The Minnesota Symposia on Child Psychology, Volume 23
The study of the self--and the processes associated with the self--are at the cutting edge of research on social and personality development. This volume brings together researchers from diverse theoretical perspectives to address a wide variety of issues associated with self processes including...
Published November 30th 1990 by Psychology Press
The Minnesota Symposia on Child Psychology, Volume 22
This volume covers the 22nd Annual Minnesota Symposia on Child Psychology. The theme of the conference was the use of a systematic approach to the study of development. An analysis of systems theory, its applications to the study of development, its benefits, and its drawbacks are considered. The...
Published January 31st 1989 by Psychology Press
The Minnesota Symposia on Child Psychology, Volume 21
Research on the processes of change during the transition from middle childhood to adolescence has been a relatively neglected area of scholarship until recently. This volume, features prominent researchers who provide integrative accounts of their research programs, focusing on processes of...
Published March 31st 1988 by Psychology Press