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The developmental relations among mind, brain and education : essays in honor of Robbie Case

Author: Michel Ferrari; Ljiljana Vuletić; Robbie Case
Publisher: Dordrecht [the Netherlands] ; New York : Springer, ©2010.
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This book explores the intersection of neuroscience, cognitive science and education and its importance for understanding human development. It is also a tribute to the great developmental psychologist Robbie Case, who was professor at the Institute of Child Study at the University of Toronto's Faculty of Education and only 55 years old at the time of his death in the year 2000. The book presents cutting edge work
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Material Type: Internet resource
Document Type: Book, Internet Resource
All Authors / Contributors: Michel Ferrari; Ljiljana Vuletić; Robbie Case
ISBN: 9789048136650 9048136652 9789048136667 9048136660
OCLC Number: 465370718
Description: xvi, 374 pages : illustrations ; 25 cm
Contents: Preface. Introduction; L. Vuletic, M. Ferrari. Part I: Developing Brain and Mind. 1. A THREE-LEVEL MODEL OF THE DEVELOPING MIND: FUNCTIONAL AND NEURONAL SUBSTANTIATION AND EDUCATIONAL IMPLICATIONS; A. Demetriou, G. Spanoudis et al. 2. MENTAL ATTENTION, MULTIPLICATIVE STRUCTURES, AND THE CAUSAL PROBLEM OF COGNITIVE DEVELOPMENT; J. Pascual-Leone, J. Johnson et al. 3. HIGHER-ORDER NETWORK REWORKING: NEW FINDINGS; R. Thatcher. 4. TYPICAL AND ATYPICAL DEVELOPMENT OF BASIC NUMERICAL MAGNITUDE REPRESENTATIONS: A REVIEW OF BEHAVIORAL AND NEUROIMAGING STUDIES; D. Ansari, G. Price et al. 5. CHILDREN'S DEVELOPING UNDERSTANDING OF NUMBER: MIND, BRAIN AND CULTURE; Y. Okamoto. 6. INTERVIEWING: AN INSIDER'S INSIGHT INTO LEARNING; M. Schwartz, K. Fischer. Part II: Neural Bases of Learning and Social Success. 7. PHASES OF SOCIAL-EMOTIONAL DEVELOPMENT FROM BIRTH TO SCHOOL AGE, M. Lewis, I. Granic. 8. ADOLESCENT NARRATIVE THOUGHT: DEVELOPMENTAL AND NEUROLOGICAL EVIDENCE IN SUPPORT OF A CENTRAL NARRATIVE STRUCTURE; A. McKeoch, S. Griffiths. 9. DISMANTLING THE COMPLEXITY OF SOCIAL GIFTEDNESS: MIND, BRAIN, DEVELOPMENT AND EDUCATION; M. Porath.10. MIND, BRAIN AND EDUCATION IN SOCIOECONOMIC CONTEXT; M.J. Farah, K. G. Noble et al.11. MULTIPLE PATHWAYS TO BULLYING: EDUCATIONAL IMPLICATIONS OF INDIVIDUAL DIFFERENCES IN TEMPERAMENT AND BRAIN FUNCTION; Z. Marini, S. Bosacki et al. 12. THE INTENTIONAL PERSONAL DEVELOPMENT OF MIND AND BRAIN THROUGH EDUCATION; M. Ferrari, L. Vuletic. Conclusion: 13. DEVELOPMENT AND ITS RELATIONS TO MIND, BRAIN, AND EDUCATION: CONTINUING THE WORK OF ROBBIE CASE; M.Ferrari, L. Vuletic. Bibliography. Index.
Responsibility: Michel Ferrari, Ljiljana Vuletic, editors.
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This book explores the intersection of neuroscience, cognitive science and education and its importance for understanding human development. It is also a tribute to the great developmental psychologist Robbie Case, who was professor at the Institute of Child Study at the University of Toronto's Faculty of Education and only 55 years old at the time of his death in the year 2000. The book presents cutting edge work in a field that is now of growing importance, with its own international society (IMBES) and its own journal Mind, Brain and Education, continuing Case's seminal work.

Contributors to this volume, many of whom are former students and colleagues of Robbie Case, represent some of the leading researchers in developmental psychology. They were asked to explore the interface between mind, brain, and education during development. The subjects they examine range from science education to parenting, bullying, and personal development. Chapters are written in a style that makes them accessible both to teachers and graduate students, and in fact to anyone intrigued by the ways in which neuroscience, cognitive science and education inform one another.

The volume also contains a wealth of detail that experts will find informative and thought-provoking. Overall, the book shows both what has been accomplished in this emerging field, as well as the exciting work that remains to be done studying the developmental relations between mind, brain, and education. --Book Jacket.

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