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The human spark : the science of human development

著者: Jerome Kagan
出版: New York : Basic Books, a Member of the Perseus Books Group, [2013]
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As infants we are rife with potential. For a short time, we have before us a seemingly infinite number of developmental paths. Soon, however, we become limited to certain paths as we grow into unique products of our genetics and experience. But what factors account for the variation--in skills, personalities, values--that results? How do experiences shape what we bring into the world? In The Human Spark, pioneering  続きを読む
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ドキュメントの種類: 図書
すべての著者/寄与者: Jerome Kagan
ISBN: 9780465029822 0465029825
OCLC No.: 811598815
形態 xiii, 333 pages : illustrations ; 25 cm
コンテンツ: Setting the stage --
The first year --
Early childhood --
The family and beyond --
What is preserved --
for how long? --
The development of moralities --
Emotions and their development --
Mental illness : a modern epidemic --
New certainties, old uncertainties.
責任者: Jerome Kagan.

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Taking into account how far the science of child development has advanced over the years - with the ascendancy of cognitive psychology, neurobiology, and molecular biology, as well as research into  続きを読む

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"In his masterful survey, Kagan filters findings in the field... An authoritative study of the dance of genes and environment in each child as they grow in universally human, and profoundly 続きを読む

 
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