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  1. The Development of Autism

    Perspectives From Theory and Research

    Edited by Jacob A. Burack, Tony Charman

    Dedicated to the memory and work of Lisa Capps, this volume is a forum for scholars and practitioners interested in the typical and atypical development of persons with autism. Each chapter is focused on theoretical considerations and the empirical evidence regarding a specific aspect of...

    Published May 7th 2015 by Routledge

  2. Couple Observational Coding Systems

    Edited by Patricia K. Kerig, Donald H. Baucom

    A companion volume to Family Observational Coding Systems, this book moves from the triad to the dyad and provides a showcase for significant developments in the coding of intimate couple interactions. The hope is that this book will contribute to the broadening and deepening of the field by...

    Published May 7th 2015 by Routledge

  3. Children's Language

    Volume 9

    Edited by Carolyn E. Johnson, John H.V. Gilbert

    This volume brings together the work of 32 scholars from 13 countries -- investigations of children learning 15 different languages, in some instances more than one at a time. The scope of this work -- as broad as it is -- only partially represents the research interests and approaches of the more...

    Published May 7th 2015 by Psychology Press

  4. Development of Person-context Relations

    Edited by Thomas A. Kindermann, Jaan Valsiner

    Traditionally, developmental psychology has its focus on individuals. Developmentalists aim to describe regularities in individuals' change and development across time, to explain the processes and mechanisms that are involved in producing change and regularity, and eventually, to design strategies...

    Published May 7th 2015 by Psychology Press

  5. Field Dependence-independence

    Bio-psycho-social Factors Across the Life Span

    Edited by Seymour Wapner, Jack Demick

    The papers presented in this volume seek to illuminate relationships among the cognitive style of field dependence- independence and biological, psychological, and sociocultural aspects of human functioning across the life span. The book begins by addressing fundamental issues concerning the role...

    Published May 7th 2015 by Psychology Press

  6. Cognitive and Social Factors in Early Deception

    Edited by Stephen J. Ceci, Michelle DeSimo Leichtman

    The understanding of early deception is important for both theoretical and practical purposes. Children's deceptive behaviors provide a window into their models and theories of mind. On a practical level, childhood deception poses challenges for the legal system as well as parents and schools. In...

    Published May 7th 2015 by Psychology Press

  7. Life Values and Adolescent Mental Health

    By Patricia Cohen, Jacob Cohen

    Arising from the Cohens' work on the epidemiology of childhood psychopathology, this book explores the two aspects of motivational structure--ideas and values--that underlie the development of maladaptive functioning and symptoms. The first aspect is a measure of what children admire in their peers...

    Published May 7th 2015 by Psychology Press

  8. Personality and Family Development

    An Intergenerational Longitudinal Comparison

    By Klaus A. Schneewind, Stefan Ruppert

    This unique volume presents the results of a study of 200 German families over a period of 16 years from 1976 to 1992. This study--the findings of which yield a host of new insights into the dynamics of cross-generational personality and family development--is based on an ecopsychological framework...

    Published May 7th 2015 by Psychology Press

  9. Compensating for Psychological Deficits and Declines

    Managing Losses and Promoting Gains

    Edited by Roger A. Dixon, Lars B„ckman

    The concept of compensation in psychology refers to processes through which a gap or mismatch between current accessible skills and environmental demands is reduced or closed. These gaps can be principally the result of losses, such as those associated with aging or interpersonal role changes;...

    Published May 7th 2015 by Psychology Press

  10. Memory Development Between Two and Twenty

    2nd Edition

    By Wolfgang Schneider, Michael Pressley

    In this volume, two scholars with different but complementary interests in memory and cognitive development present a careful overview of the field of memory development from the perspective of their theory of good strategy use. In addition to treating broad topics of general interest, such as...

    Published May 7th 2015 by Psychology Press