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Latency : the golden age of childhood / by Gertraud Diem-Wille.

By: Diem-Wille, Gertraud [author.].
Publisher: Boca Raton, FL : Routledge, an imprint of Taylor and Francis, 2018Description: 1 online resource (180 pages).ISBN: 9781782205432; 9780429445415.Subject(s): Child development -- Psychology | Child psychology | Identity (Psychology) | FAMILY & RELATIONSHIPS / Life Stages / General | PSYCHOLOGY / Developmental / General | PSYCHOLOGY / Developmental / Lifespan Development | PSYCHOLOGY / GeneralAdditional physical formats: Print version: : No titleDDC classification: 155.4 Online resources: Available via Taylor & Francis ebooks - Free to download and keep! Shibboleth login required.
Contents:
chapter One Body and psyche in latency / chapter Two Latency: the development of thinking and learning / chapter Three Latency children in therapy / chapter Four The significance of reading in the latency period / chapter Five Consequences and overview /
Abstract: Latency: The Golden Age of Childhood concerns the child’s emotional and cognitive development during the period of latency. It constitutes a bridge between the first stormy years of child development and adolescence. The conflicts and libidinous wishes of early childhood are relegated to the background and become latent: in general, an emotional and physical stabilization occurs. The child is attempting to find its place in the world. Accordingly, its primary interest is no longer in itself or its parents, but in the outside world. This is particularly manifested in forms of play typical for this age range, strongly influenced by imitation of the adult world and reality-oriented. At the same time, the body is explored (and its awareness is strengthened through numerous games involving movement, skill and competition) In all societies, this period is when school begins.
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chapter One Body and psyche in latency / chapter Two Latency: the development of thinking and learning / chapter Three Latency children in therapy / chapter Four The significance of reading in the latency period / chapter Five Consequences and overview /

Latency: The Golden Age of Childhood concerns the child’s emotional and cognitive development during the period of latency. It constitutes a bridge between the first stormy years of child development and adolescence. The conflicts and libidinous wishes of early childhood are relegated to the background and become latent: in general, an emotional and physical stabilization occurs. The child is attempting to find its place in the world. Accordingly, its primary interest is no longer in itself or its parents, but in the outside world. This is particularly manifested in forms of play typical for this age range, strongly influenced by imitation of the adult world and reality-oriented. At the same time, the body is explored (and its awareness is strengthened through numerous games involving movement, skill and competition) In all societies, this period is when school begins.

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