Infant Development: Perspectives from German-Speaking Countries

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Infant Development: Perspectives from German- Speaking Countries

Edited by Michael E. Lamb National Institute of Child Health and Human Development

Heidi Keller University of Osnabrück

LAWRENCE ERLBAUM ASSOCIATES, PUBLISHERS 1991 Hillsdale, New Jersey Hove and London

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Table of contents

Table of contents

  • Title Page iii
  • Contents v
  • List of Contributors vii
  • Preface ix
  • 1: Introduction 1
  • I Theoretical Perspectives *
  • 2: An Ethological Perspective on Infant Development 15
  • Acknowledgments 31
  • References 31
  • 3: A Systems Theory Perspective 35
  • References 66
  • 4: A Constructivist Perspective on Infant Development: The Process of Constructing New Knowledge 67
  • References 81
  • 5: A Transgenerational Perspective on Infant Development 85
  • Conclusions 108
  • References 108
  • 6: An Ecological Perspective on Infant Development 113
  • 7: A Perspective on Continuity in Infant Development 135
  • Referenc 146
  • 11: Methodological Perspectives *
  • 8: Observation and the Longitudinal Approach in Infancy Research 151
  • References 175
  • 9: Videotechnique and Science: Methodological Considerations 179
  • References 195
  • 10 - Evaluating Statistical Procedures in Developmental Research 197
  • References 217
  • Iii Exemplary Research Programs *
  • 11: Perceptual Development 219
  • References 241
  • 12: The Development of Empathy in Infants 245
  • 13: The Development of Exploratory Behavior 287
  • Summary 290
  • Conclusions 292
  • Conclusions 293
  • Conclusions 293
  • 14: Early Verbalizations as Precursors of Language Development 299
  • References 323
  • 15: The Development of Down's Syndrome Children 351
  • Acknowledgments 352
  • References 352
  • 16: Day-Care in the Former German Democratic Republic 357
  • Acknowledgments 376
  • References 376
  • Author Index 379
  • Subject Index 391
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