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The self in infancy : theory and research

Author: Philippe Rochat
Publisher: Amsterdam ; New York : Elsevier, 1995.
Series: Advances in psychology (Amsterdam, Netherlands), 112.
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The origins of knowledge about the self is arguably the most fundamental problem of psychology. It is a classic theme that has preoccupied great psychologists, beginning with William James and Freud. On reading current literature, today's developmental psychologists and ethologists are clearly expressing a renewed interest in the topic. Furthermore, recent progress in the study of infant and animal behavior,  Read more...
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Self in infancy.
Amsterdam ; New York : Elsevier, 1995
(DLC) 95035838
(OCoLC)33042671
Material Type: Document, Internet resource
Document Type: Internet Resource, Computer File
All Authors / Contributors: Philippe Rochat
ISBN: 9780444819253 0444819258 9780080542638 0080542638
OCLC Number: 162588235
Description: 1 online resource (xiv, 481 pages) : illustrations.
Contents: Are we automata? / Eleanor J. Gibson --
Criteria for an ecological self / Ulric Neisser --
The self as an object of consciousness in infancy / George Butterworth --
Early objectification of the self / Philippe Rochat --
A theory of the role of imitation in the emergence of self / Andrew N. Meltzoff and M. Keith Moore --
Aspects of self : from systems to ideas / Michael Lewis --
Relational narratives of the prelinguistic self / Alan Fogel --
From direct to reflexive (self- )knowledge : a recursive model (self produced) actions considered as transformations / Pierre Mounoud --
The unduplicated self / Daniel J. Povinelli --
The self as reference point : can animals do without it? / Emanuela Cenami Spada [and others] --
Self-knowledge of body position : integration of perceptual and action system information / Mark A. Schmuckler --
Using a computerized testing system to investigate the preconceptual self in nonhuman primates and humans / Matthew J. Jorgensen, Stephen J. Suomi and William D. Hopkins --
Move yourself, baby! Perceptuo-motor development from a continuous perspective / Audrey L.H. Van der Meer and F. Ruud Van der Weel --
Interactions between the vestibular and visual systems in the neonate / François Jouen and Olivier Gapenne --
Two modes of perceiving the self / Bennett J. Bertenthal and James L. Rose --
The effect of blindness on the early development of the self / Ann E. Bigelow --
Intermodal origins of self-perception / Lorraine E. Bahrick --
Self-orientation in early infancy : the general role of contingency and the specific case of reaching to the mouth / John S. Watson --
The function and determinants of early self-exploration / Philippe Rochat and Rachel Morgan --
Self/other differentiation in the domain of intimate socio-affective interaction : some considerations / Daniel N. Stern --
Becoming a self / Edward S. Reed --
Understanding the self as social agent / Michael Tomasello.
Series Title: Advances in psychology (Amsterdam, Netherlands), 112.
Responsibility: edited by Philippe Rochat.
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The origin of knowledge about the self is a fundamental problem of psychology. Progress in the study of infant and animal behavior provides insights about the origins of self-knowledge. This book is  Read more...

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