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Parenting and theory of mind

Author: Scott A Miller
Publisher: New York, NY : Oxford University Press, 2016. ©2016
Edition/Format:   eBook : Document : English : First editionView all editions and formats
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This text addresses the question of how parenting contributes to the development of theory of mind in children. It looks at both individual differences among children and the commonalities that characterize such development.
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Miller, Scott A., 1944-
Parenting and theory of mind.
New York : Oxford University Press, [2016]
(DLC) 2015036632
(OCoLC)922726515
Material Type: Document, Internet resource
Document Type: Internet Resource, Computer File
All Authors / Contributors: Scott A Miller
ISBN: 9780190232702 0190232706 9780190232689 0190232684 9780190232696 0190232692
OCLC Number: 946159345
Description: 1 online resource (xiii, 348 pages .)
Contents: Cover; Parenting and Theory of Mind; Copyright; Dedication; Contents; Acknowledgments; 1. Introduction; Organization of the Book; Limitations of the Coverage; 2. Theory of Mind; A Little History; False Belief; Task Modifications; Research with Infants; Other Epistemic Measures; Origins of Knowledge; Appearance-Reality and Level 2 Perspective Taking; Other Mental States; Desire; Emotion; Relations Among Developments; Later Developments; Second-Order False Belief; Interpretive Diversity; Understanding of Nonliteral Utterances; Autism; Antecedents and Consequences; Some Preliminary Points. Antecedents of Theory of MindConsequences of Theory of Mind; Theories of Theory of Mind; Theory Theory; Simulation Theory; Modularity; Sociocultural Approaches; Parenting; 3. Parenting; Methodological Challenges; Measuring What Parents Do; Measuring Child Outcomes; Determining Causality; Historical Changes in Research on Parenting; Guiding Theories; Increased Cognitive Emphasis; Increased Emphasis on Socialization Agents Other Than the Mother; Increased Emphasis on Children's Effects on Parents; Increased Emphasis on Genetics; Increased Emphasis on Context; Conclusions About Parenting. Parenting StylesVariations Across Groups; Mothers and Fathers; Boys and Girls; Parents and Peers; Children's Effects on Parents; Domains of Socialization; Return to Practices; 4. General Aspects of Parenting and Theory of Mind; Parenting Styles and Dimensions; A Few Preliminary Points; Concurrent Relations; Longitudinal Relations; Other General Approaches; Cognitively Oriented Approaches; Socialization of Emotion Understanding; Socioeconomic Status; Development Under Adverse Conditions; Maltreatment; Parental Mental Illness; Institutional Rearing; Conclusions; 5. Attachment. The Development of AttachmentMeasurement; Individual Differences; Stability and Predictive Power; Determinants; An Overview of Studies; Why Might Attachment Relate to Theory of Mind?; Concurrent Relations; Across-Time Relations; Other Predictors; Conclusions; 6. Developments in Infancy; Theory-of-Mind Developments; Early Social Interest and Responsiveness; Joint Attention; Social Referencing; Understanding of Intention; Rich Versus Lean; Relations to Later Development; Parents' Contribution; Early Social Interest and Responsiveness; Joint Attention: General Approaches. Joint Attention: Specific ExperienceSocial Referencing; Understanding of Intention; Conclusions; 7. Parental Talk; Methodological Issues; Measuring Parental Talk; Establishing Cause-and-Effect Relations; Mental State Talk; Mental State Terms in General: Concurrent Relations; Mental State Terms in General: Longitudinal Relations; Context; Speaker; Target; General Versus Specific; Quality; Emotion Talk and Emotion Understanding; Atypical Development; Conclusions; 8. Parents' Beliefs; The General Parents' Beliefs Literature; Mind-Mindedness; Definition and Measurement.
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