Skip to Content

Books by Subject

Infancy Books

You are currently browsing 11–20 of 36 new and published books in the subject of Infancy — sorted by publish date from newer books to older books.

For books that are not yet published; please browse forthcoming books.

New and Published Books – Page 2

  1. Infant EEG and Event-Related Potentials

    Edited by Michelle de Haan

    Series: Studies in Developmental Psychology

    Infancy is a time of rapid growth, when brain plasticity is at a maximum. Event-related potentials (ERPs) are one of the few methods that can easily and safely be used to study this process, and have led to exciting discoveries about human brain functioning and the neural basis of cognition. Over...

    Published October 16th 2013 by Psychology Press

  2. Development in Infancy

    A Contemporary Introduction, 5th Edition

    By Marc H. Bornstein, Martha E. Arterberry, Michael E. Lamb

    This topically-organized text provides a comprehensive overview of infant development with a strong theoretical and research base. Readers gain a clear understanding of infant development and issues that will be the focus of significant advances in infancy studies in the future. The new fifth...

    Published July 9th 2013 by Psychology Press

  3. Temperament in Context

    Edited by Theodore D. Wachs, Robert R. McCrae, Geldolph A. Kohnstamm, Geldolph A. Kohnstamm

    Although the importance of context has been emphasized by temperament researchers, until now there has been remarkably little systematic research on the unique role specific aspects of context play in the development and impact of temperament. The goal of this volume is to systematize current...

    Published July 9th 2013 by Psychology Press

  4. Regression Periods in Human infancy

    Edited by Mikael Heimann, Frans X. Plooij

    Regression periods play a central role in the psychological development of the human baby. Studies of infants have identified 10 periods of regression, or a return to a high frequency of mother-infant contact, within the first 20 months of life. These periods of emotional insecurity in the child...

    Published May 15th 2013 by Psychology Press

  5. Seeing Babies in a New Light

    The Life of Hanus Papousek

    By Otto Koester, Otto Koester

    Seeing Babies in a New Light: The Life of Hanus Papousek presents the first in-depth examination of the scientific contributions and life of Hanus Papousek (1922-2000), a leading figure in modern infancy research. The aim is to illuminate the research and ideas of this pediatrician and scholar who...

    Published May 3rd 2013 by Psychology Press

  6. Developmental Variations in Learning

    Applications to Social, Executive Function, Language, and Reading Skills

    Edited by Victoria J. Molfese, Victoria J. Molfese

    Developmental changes in cognitive abilities in childhood have long been of interest to researchers across many fields, including behavioral sciences, communications, education, and medicine. With the publication of research findings showing individual differences in the development of children's...

    Published May 1st 2013 by Psychology Press

  7. Representation, Memory, and Development

    Essays in Honor of Jean Mandler

    Edited by Nancy L. Stein, Patricia J. Bauer, Mitchell Rabinowitz, George Mandler

    A festschrift to honor Jean Mandler, this volume contains contributions from leading scholars focusing on the child's development of memory, visual representation, and language. It is appropriate for students and researchers in cognitive psychology, language acquisition, and memory....

    Published January 11th 2013 by Psychology Press

  8. Early Experience, the Brain, and Consciousness

    An Historical and Interdisciplinary Synthesis

    By Thomas C. Dalton, Victor W. Bergenn

    This new book examines the interrelationship between neuroscience and developmental science to help us understand how children differ in their capacity to benefit from their early motor and cognitive experiences. In so doing, it helps us better understand how experience affects brain growth and a...

    Published May 30th 2007 by Psychology Press

  9. Social Cognition During Infancy

    A Special Issue of the European Journal of Developmental Psychology

    Edited by Vincent Reid, Tricia Striano, Willem Koops

    Series: Special Issues of the European Journal of Developmental Psychology

    From the fundamental processing of human movement, through to the ability to interpret actions, infancy research is only now taking up the challenge of social cognition over a variety of cognitive areas. This special issue covers broad areas of social-cognitive development and builds a cohesive...

    Published March 29th 2007 by Psychology Press

  10. The Development of Social Cognition and Communication

    Edited by Bruce D. Homer, Catherine S. Tamis-LeMonda

    For young children, two of the most important tasks they face are learning how to communicate and learning how to think about themselves and the social world around them. The premise of this book is that these two tasks are inherently linked. The communicative routines and language that children...

    Published June 1st 2005 by Psychology Press