Developing Theories of Intention: Social Understanding and Self-control (Hardback)Philip David Zelazo (editor), Janet Wilde Astington (editor), David R. Olson (editor)
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This volume brings together the world's leading researchers on early social and cognitive development in an in-depth exploration of children's understanding of themselves and others.
Publisher: Taylor & Francis Inc
Number of pages: 376
Weight: 748 g
Dimensions: 229 x 152 mm
"...the findings presented in this text are dicidedly rich, the result of some creative experimental designs and observational techniques."
"...provides a readable, even-handed approach to the nature of intentionality by providing converging evidence from language development, comparative, and social psychology."
-Child Development Abstracts and Bibliography
"Because each chapter in Zelazo, Astington, and Olson's book takes a different approach to answering the questions: What is intentionality? and How does intentionality influence development?, all of the chapters, taken together, present a very broad and, indeed, a very rich account. the principal attration of the book is in this very richness, with its diversity in focus and interpretation."
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