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The infant mind . Origins of the social brain. edited by Maria Legerstee, David W. Haley, Marc H. Bornstein.

Contributor(s): Legerstee, Maria Theresia [jt. editor] | Haley, David W [jt. editor] | Bornstein, Marc H [jt. editor].
Publisher: New York, Guilford Press, c2013Description: xvi, 367 p. , ill., 27 cm.ISBN: 1462508189; 9781462508181; 9781462508174 (hbk.) :.Subject(s): SOCIALISATION : PSYCHOLOGY IP | INFANTS : DEVELOPMENTAL PSYCHOLOGY IMN | DEVELOPMENTAL PSYCHOLOGY ILK | SELF-AWARENESS : INDIVIDUAL PSYCHOLOGY IJX H | CONCEPT FORMATION : COGNITIVE PROCESSES IFO | COGNITIVE PROCESSES : PSYCHOLOGY IFK | BRAIN : NEUROPSYCHOLOGY ICI UYOther classification: IPM N Online resources: Click here to access online
Contents:
Part I. Evolutionary, neural, and philosophical approaches to the social mind -- ch. 1. An evolutionary basis for social cognition / Robin I.M. Dunbar -- ch. 2. The evolution of motor cognition : its role in the development of social cognition and implications for autism spectrum disorder / Vittorio Gallese and Magali Rochat -- ch. 3. When the problem of intersubjectivity becomes the solution / Shaun Gallagher -- Part II. Social experience and epigenetic mechanisms of gene-environment interactions -- ch. 4. Differential susceptibility : developmental and evolutionary mechanisms of gene-environment interactions / Michael Pluess, Suzanne E. Stevens, and Jay Belsky -- ch. 5. Variation in empathy : the interplay of genetic and environmental factors / Ariel Knafo and Florina Uzefovsky -- Part III. The dynamic role of early social experience in vision, memory, and language -- ch. 6. Development of brain networks for visual social-emotional information processing in infancy / Michelle de Haan and Leslie J. Carver -- ch. 7. Event memory : neural, cognitive, and social influences on early development / Patricia J. Bauer -- ch. 8. Biology of shared experience and language development : regulations for the intersubjective life of narratives / Colwyn Trevarthen and Jonathan Delafield-Butt -- ch. 9. The situated infant : learning in context / Arlene Walker-Andrews, Sheila Krogh-Jespersen, Estelle Mayhew, and Carrie Coffield -- Part IV. The role of early experience on social development -- ch. 10. The developing social brain : social connections and social bonds, social loss, and jealousy in infancy / Maria Legerste -- ch. 11. Infant memory consolidation : the social context of stress, learning, and memory / David W. Haley -- ch. 12. Mother-infant attachment : a multilevel approach via body, brain, and behavior / Marc H. Bornstein -- Part V. Neural processes of mental awareness -- ch. 13. False-belief understanding in infants and preschoolers / Mark A. Sabbagh, Jeannette E. Benson, and Valerie A. Kuhlmeier -- ch. 14. Neural connectivity, joint attention, and the social-cognitive deficits of autism / Peter Mundy.
Summary: "Integrating cutting-edge research from multiple disciplines, this book provides a dynamic and holistic picture of the developing infant mind. Contributors explore the transactions among genes, the brain, and the environment in the earliest years of life. The volume probes the neural correlates of core sensory, perceptual, cognitive, emotional, and social capacities. It highlights the importance of early relationships, presenting compelling findings on how parent-infant interactions influence neural processing and brain maturation. Innovative research methods are discussed, including pplications of behavioral, hormonal, genetic, and brain imaging technologies."--Provided by publisher.
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Part I. Evolutionary, neural, and philosophical approaches to the social mind -- ch. 1. An evolutionary basis for social cognition / Robin I.M. Dunbar -- ch. 2. The evolution of motor cognition : its role in the development of social cognition and implications for autism spectrum disorder / Vittorio Gallese and Magali Rochat -- ch. 3. When the problem of intersubjectivity becomes the solution / Shaun Gallagher -- Part II. Social experience and epigenetic mechanisms of gene-environment interactions -- ch. 4. Differential susceptibility : developmental and evolutionary mechanisms of gene-environment interactions / Michael Pluess, Suzanne E. Stevens, and Jay Belsky -- ch. 5. Variation in empathy : the interplay of genetic and environmental factors / Ariel Knafo and Florina Uzefovsky -- Part III. The dynamic role of early social experience in vision, memory, and language -- ch. 6. Development of brain networks for visual social-emotional information processing in infancy / Michelle de Haan and Leslie J. Carver -- ch. 7. Event memory : neural, cognitive, and social influences on early development / Patricia J. Bauer -- ch. 8. Biology of shared experience and language development : regulations for the intersubjective life of narratives / Colwyn Trevarthen and Jonathan Delafield-Butt -- ch. 9. The situated infant : learning in context / Arlene Walker-Andrews, Sheila Krogh-Jespersen, Estelle Mayhew, and Carrie Coffield -- Part IV. The role of early experience on social development -- ch. 10. The developing social brain : social connections and social bonds, social loss, and jealousy in infancy / Maria Legerste -- ch. 11. Infant memory consolidation : the social context of stress, learning, and memory / David W. Haley -- ch. 12. Mother-infant attachment : a multilevel approach via body, brain, and behavior / Marc H. Bornstein -- Part V. Neural processes of mental awareness -- ch. 13. False-belief understanding in infants and preschoolers / Mark A. Sabbagh, Jeannette E. Benson, and Valerie A. Kuhlmeier -- ch. 14. Neural connectivity, joint attention, and the social-cognitive deficits of autism / Peter Mundy.

"Integrating cutting-edge research from multiple disciplines, this book provides a dynamic and holistic picture of the developing infant mind. Contributors explore the transactions among genes, the brain, and the environment in the earliest years of life. The volume probes the neural correlates of core sensory, perceptual, cognitive, emotional, and social capacities. It highlights the importance of early relationships, presenting compelling findings on how parent-infant interactions influence neural processing and brain maturation. Innovative research methods are discussed, including pplications of behavioral, hormonal, genetic, and brain imaging technologies."--Provided by publisher.

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