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Advances in Child Development and Behavior by Robert V. Kail, Hayne W. Reese

By Robert V. Kail, Hayne W. Reese

Quantity 36 of the Advances in baby improvement and behaviour sequence comprises ten chapters that spotlight essentially the most contemporary examine in developmental and academic psychology. a wide range of issues are mentioned intimately, together with King Solomon's tackle observe studying, Orthographic studying, Attachment and have an effect on legislation, functionality, kin Dynamics, Rational idea, youth Aggression, Social Cognitive Neuroscience of Infancy, kid's pondering, and distant move in kids, and masses extra. every one bankruptcy offers intensive discussions of assorted developmental psychology specializations. This quantity serves as a useful source for psychology researchers and complex psychology scholars. *Goes extensive to handle 8 diverse developmental and academic psychology topics*A helpful source for either psychology researchers and scholars

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For the AD group, performance on these social intentional tasks was the most powerful predictor of vocabulary, accounting for a very large percentage of the variance (68%). Taken together, these findings suggest that children can learn words relying on perception cues alone, and that children with autism can learn new words when a referent is highly salient. Social cues are not necessary for word learning—although using them to infer a speaker’s intent clearly King Solomon’s Take on Word Learning 23 facilitates word learning.

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