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ISBN: 978-1-4051-7874-7
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1176 pages
September 2010, Wiley-Blackwell
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Now presented in two volumes, the second edition of The Wiley-Blackwell Handbook of Infant Development reflects the breadth of new topics and vast empirical knowledge relating to infancy research that has emerged in recent years. Updated and fully-revised, the handbook provides coverage of all the major areas of interest in infant development relating to both psychological research and applications and policy. Individual chapters across both volumes are written by leading international researchers and practitioners in the field – and provide the most up-to-date theoretical underpinnings and empirical results of the field.

Volume 1, Basic Research, covers the basic perceptual processes; social cognition, communication, and language; and social and emotional development. Volume 2, Applied and Policy Issues, focuses on biological and psychosocial risk in infancy; developmental disorders, including autism and intellectual disability; and intervention and policy issues relating to childcare, poverty, assessment and public policy.

The editors’ commentary and analysis in section prefaces, as well as in a concluding chapter, synthesize the material and provide further insight. Together, the two volumes of The Wiley-Blackwell Handbook of Infant Development offer the most comprehensive coverage available of this dynamic and rapidly growing field.

Volume 1:

The second edition of The Wiley-Blackwell Handbook of Infant Development reflects the breadth of new topics and vast empirical knowledge relating to infancy research that has emerged in recent years.

Fully revised and updated, Volume 1, Basic Research, is divided into three main sections. The first section covers the basic perceptual processes including visual, auditory motor and brain development, as well as categorization, cognition, and learning and memory processes in infancy. The second section focuses on social cognition, communication, and language, as it addresses such topics as infant self-concept, imitation and non-verbal and verbal communication. The final section deals with issues surrounding infant social-emotional development, and includes coverage of the latest research results relating to parent-infant interactions, physical contact, emotional development, attachment and temperament, and more.

Edited by two leaders in the field with contributions from international researchers and practitioners, The Wiley-Blackwell Handbook of Infant Development offers the most comprehensive coverage available of this dynamic and rapidly growing field.

Volume 2:

The second edition of The Wiley-Blackwell Handbook of Infant Development reflects the breadth of new topics and vast empirical knowledge relating to infancy research that has emerged in recent years.

Fully revised and updated, Volume 2, Applied and Policy Issues, covers the main issues related to childhood development in four sections. The first section focuses on biological risk in infancy and addresses such crucial topics as pre-natal development, nutrition and sensory-motor disorders. The second section emphasizes psychosocial risk and covers domains such as poverty, child abuse and maternal depression. The third section addresses a variety of developmental disorders characteristic of the infancy period including autism and intellectual disability. The final section deals with intervention and policy issues relating to childcare, assessment and public policy.

Edited by two leaders in the field with contributions from international researchers and practitioners, The Wiley-Blackwell Handbook of Infant Development offers the most comprehensive coverage available of this dynamic and rapidly growing field.

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