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Title The infant mind : origins of the social brain / edited by Maria Legerstee, David W. Haley, Marc H. Bornstein.
Imprint New York : Guilford Press, 2013.
ISBN 9781462508174 (cloth)
1462508170 (cloth)
40022004323
OCLC No. 801928089
2012030158
801928089
Description xvi, 367 p. : ill. ; 26 cm.
Bibliog. Includes bibliographical references and index.
Contents I. Evolutionary, Neural, and Philosophical Approaches to the Social Mind: 1. An evolutionary basis for social cognition / Robin I.M. Dunbar; 2. Evolution of motor cognition: its role in the development of social cognition and implications for autism spectrum disorder / Vittorio Gallese and Magali Rochat; 3. When the problem of intersubjectivity becomes the solution / Shaun Gallagher -- II. Social Experience and Epigenetic Mechanisms of Gene-Environment Interactions: 4. Differential susceptibility: developmental and evolutionary mechanisms of gene-environment interactions / Michael Pluess, Suzanne E. Stevens, and Jay Belsky; 5. Variation in empathy: the interplay of genetic and environmental factors / Ariel Knafo and Florina Uzefovsky -- III. Dynamic Role of Early Social Experience in Vision, Memory, and Language: 6. Development of brain networks for visual social-emotional information processing in infancy / Michelle de Haan and Leslie J. Carver; 7. Event memory: neural, cognitive, and social influences on early development / Patricia J. Bauer; 8. Biology of shared experience and language development: regulations for the intersubjective life of narratives / Colwyn Trevarthen and Jonathan Delafield-Butt; 9. Situated infant: learning in context / Arlene Walker-Andrews ... [et al.] -- IV. Role of Early Experience on Social Development: 10. Developing social brain: social connections and social bonds, social loss, and jealousy in infancy / Maria Legerstee; 11. Infant memory consolidation: the social context of stress, learning and memory / David W. Haley; 12. Mother-infant attachment: a multilevel approach via body, brain, and behavior / Marc H. Bornstein -- V. Neural Processes of Mental Awareness: 13. False-belief understanding in infants and preschoolers / Mark A. Sabbagh, Jeannette E. Benson, and Valerie A. Kuhlmeier; 14. Neural connectivity, joint attention and the social-cognitive deficits of autism / Peter Mundy..
Subject Social perception in children.
Social interaction in children.
Cognition in children.
Infants -- Development.
Other Author Legerstee, Maria Theresia, 1944-
Haley, David W.
Bornstein, Marc H.

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