Progress in Infancy Research - Vol. 1

Progress in Infancy Research - Vol. 1

Progress in Infancy Research - Vol. 1

Progress in Infancy Research - Vol. 1

Excerpt

We are very pleased to present this first volume of a new series, in Infancy Research, dedicated to the presentation of innovative and exciting research on infants, both human and animal. Each volume is designed to stand alone; there is no intention to represent any subject area exclusively or to integrate the contributions with one another. Rather, we intend to publish autonomous chapters that are coherent, based on highquality programs of research with infants, and to integrate the work of the authors with that of other experts working in the same or related areas. We wish to present high-quality critical syntheses bearing on infant perception and sensation, learning and memory processes, and other aspects of early development.

Presentations of work that deviate from conventional approaches, possibly leading to inferences that challenge or modify traditional perspectives, will be especially welcomed. We hope this series will be a forum for the presentation of technological breakthroughs, methodological advances, and new integrations that might create platforms for future programmatic work on the complexities of infant behavior and development.

We do invite the presentation of multiple chapters when these form a cohesive unit of research and knowledge, as frequently happens in a symposium where several researchers find common ground in their approaches and findings. Theoretical papers and reviews are also welcome. In general, we are open especially to innovations in research approaches, critical thinking, and integration.

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