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Title: Early social cognition in three cultural contexts: I. Introduction
Authors: Callaghan,Tara;Moll,Henrike;Rakoczy,Hannes;Warneken,Felix;Liszkowski,Ulf;Behne,Tanya;Tomasello,Michael
Source: Monographs of the Society for Research in Child Development, 2011, 76 :2   20
Subjects: infants young children cognitive development cross-cultural similarity cultural contexts social-cognitive skills parenting socialization Early Childhood Development Infant Development Social Cognition Sociocultural Factors Cross Cultural Differences
Additional Information: ID: 6206; ID: 2011-15673-002; UR:
Ref ID: 94012
 
Title: Early social cognition in three cultural contexts: II. General methodology
Authors: Callaghan,Tara;Moll,Henrike;Rakoczy,Hannes;Warneken,Felix;Liszkowski,Ulf;Behne,Tanya;Tomasello,Michael
Source: Monographs of the Society for Research in Child Development, 2011, 76 :2 ,pg 21- 33
Subjects: infants young children cognitive development cross-cultural similarity cultural contexts social-cognitive skills parenting socialization Early Childhood Development Infant Development Social Cognition Sociocultural Factors Cross Cultural Differences
Additional Information: ID: 6207; ID: 2011-15673-003; UR:
Ref ID: 94013
 
Title: Early social cognition in three cultural contexts: III. Individual studies
Authors: Callaghan,Tara;Moll,Henrike;Rakoczy,Hannes;Warneken,Felix;Liszkowski,Ulf;Behne,Tanya;Tomasello,Michael
Source: Monographs of the Society for Research in Child Development, 2011, 76 :2 ,pg 34- 104
Subjects: infants young children cognitive development cross-cultural similarity cultural contexts social-cognitive skills parenting socialization Early Childhood Development Infant Development Social Cognition Sociocultural Factors Cross Cultural Differences
Additional Information: ID: 6208; ID: 2011-15673-004; UR:
Ref ID: 94014
 
Title: Early social cognition in three cultural contexts: IV. General discussion
Authors: Callaghan,Tara;Moll,Henrike;Rakoczy,Hannes;Warneken,Felix;Liszkowski,Ulf;Behne,Tanya;Tomasello,Michael
Source: Monographs of the Society for Research in Child Development, 2011, 76 :2 ,pg 105- 115
Subjects: infants young children cognitive development cross-cultural similarity cultural contexts social-cognitive skills parenting socialization Early Childhood Development Infant Development Social Cognition Sociocultural Factors Cross Cultural Differences
Additional Information: ID: 6209; ID: 2011-15673-005; UR:
Ref ID: 94015
 
Title: Early social cognition in three cultural contexts: I. Introduction
Authors: Callaghan,Tara;Moll,Henrike;Rakoczy,Hannes;Warneken,Felix;Liszkowski,Ulf;Behne,Tanya;Tomasello,Michael
Source: Monographs of the Society for Research in Child Development, 2011, 76 :2   20
Subjects: infants young children cognitive development cross-cultural similarity cultural contexts social-cognitive skills parenting socialization Early Childhood Development Infant Development Social Cognition Sociocultural Factors Cross Cultural Differences
Additional Information: ID: 6237; ID: 2011-15673-002; UR:
Ref ID: 94016
 
Title: Early social cognition in three cultural contexts: II. General methodology
Authors: Callaghan,Tara;Moll,Henrike;Rakoczy,Hannes;Warneken,Felix;Liszkowski,Ulf;Behne,Tanya;Tomasello,Michael
Source: Monographs of the Society for Research in Child Development, 2011, 76 :2 ,pg 21- 33
Subjects: infants young children cognitive development cross-cultural similarity cultural contexts social-cognitive skills parenting socialization Early Childhood Development Infant Development Social Cognition Sociocultural Factors Cross Cultural Differences
Additional Information: ID: 6238; ID: 2011-15673-003; UR:
Ref ID: 94017
 
Title: Early social cognition in three cultural contexts: III. Individual studies
Authors: Callaghan,Tara;Moll,Henrike;Rakoczy,Hannes;Warneken,Felix;Liszkowski,Ulf;Behne,Tanya;Tomasello,Michael
Source: Monographs of the Society for Research in Child Development, 2011, 76 :2 ,pg 34- 104
Subjects: infants young children cognitive development cross-cultural similarity cultural contexts social-cognitive skills parenting socialization Early Childhood Development Infant Development Social Cognition Sociocultural Factors Cross Cultural Differences
Additional Information: ID: 6239; ID: 2011-15673-004; UR:
Ref ID: 94018
 
Title: Early social cognition in three cultural contexts: IV. General discussion
Authors: Callaghan,Tara;Moll,Henrike;Rakoczy,Hannes;Warneken,Felix;Liszkowski,Ulf;Behne,Tanya;Tomasello,Michael
Source: Monographs of the Society for Research in Child Development, 2011, 76 :2 ,pg 105- 115
Subjects: infants young children cognitive development cross-cultural similarity cultural contexts social-cognitive skills parenting socialization Early Childhood Development Infant Development Social Cognition Sociocultural Factors Cross Cultural Differences
Additional Information: ID: 6240; ID: 2011-15673-005; UR:
Ref ID: 94019
 
Title: Early social cognition in three cultural contexts: I. Introduction
Authors: Callaghan,Tara;Moll,Henrike;Rakoczy,Hannes;Warneken,Felix;Liszkowski,Ulf;Behne,Tanya;Tomasello,Michael
Source: Monographs of the Society for Research in Child Development, 2011, 76 :2   20
Subjects: infants young children cognitive development cross-cultural similarity cultural contexts social-cognitive skills parenting socialization Early Childhood Development Infant Development Social Cognition Sociocultural Factors Cross Cultural Differences
Additional Information: ID: 6282; ID: 2011-15673-002; UR:
Ref ID: 94020
 
Title: Early social cognition in three cultural contexts: II. General methodology
Authors: Callaghan,Tara;Moll,Henrike;Rakoczy,Hannes;Warneken,Felix;Liszkowski,Ulf;Behne,Tanya;Tomasello,Michael
Source: Monographs of the Society for Research in Child Development, 2011, 76 :2 ,pg 21- 33
Subjects: infants young children cognitive development cross-cultural similarity cultural contexts social-cognitive skills parenting socialization Early Childhood Development Infant Development Social Cognition Sociocultural Factors Cross Cultural Differences
Additional Information: ID: 6283; ID: 2011-15673-003; UR:
Ref ID: 94021
 
Title: Early social cognition in three cultural contexts: III. Individual studies
Authors: Callaghan,Tara;Moll,Henrike;Rakoczy,Hannes;Warneken,Felix;Liszkowski,Ulf;Behne,Tanya;Tomasello,Michael
Source: Monographs of the Society for Research in Child Development, 2011, 76 :2 ,pg 34- 104
Subjects: infants young children cognitive development cross-cultural similarity cultural contexts social-cognitive skills parenting socialization Early Childhood Development Infant Development Social Cognition Sociocultural Factors Cross Cultural Differences
Additional Information: ID: 6284; ID: 2011-15673-004; UR:
Ref ID: 94022
 
Title: Early social cognition in three cultural contexts: IV. General discussion
Authors: Callaghan,Tara;Moll,Henrike;Rakoczy,Hannes;Warneken,Felix;Liszkowski,Ulf;Behne,Tanya;Tomasello,Michael
Source: Monographs of the Society for Research in Child Development, 2011, 76 :2 ,pg 105- 115
Subjects: infants young children cognitive development cross-cultural similarity cultural contexts social-cognitive skills parenting socialization Early Childhood Development Infant Development Social Cognition Sociocultural Factors Cross Cultural Differences
Additional Information: ID: 6285; ID: 2011-15673-005; UR:
Ref ID: 94023
 
Title: Neurodevelopmental changes in infancy and beyond: Implications for learning and memory
Authors: Bauer,Patricia J.
Source: , 2009, : ,pg 78- 102
Subjects: Childhood Development Infant Development Learning Memory Neural Development Age Differences Human neurodevelopmental changes infancy child development
Additional Information: ID: 4936; TA: Psychology: Professional & Research; FC: Print; AE: Childhood (birth-12 yrs); Infancy (2-23 mo); LR: 20090817 (PsycINFO)
Ref ID: 93735
 
Title: Childcare workers' and centre directors' beliefs about infant childcare quality and professional training
Authors: Brownlee,J.;Berthelsen,D.;Segaran,N.
Source: Early Child Development and Care, 2009, 179 :4 ,pg 453- 475
Subjects: Attitudes Child Care Workers Child Day Care Personnel Training Quality of Care Infant Development Human Female Australia childcare workers centre directors beliefs infants childcare quality professional training
Additional Information: ID: 5593; FC: Electronic; ME: Empirical Study; Qualitative Study; AE: Adulthood (18 yrs & older); LR: 20090831 (PsycINFO)
Ref ID: 93940
 
Title: Early emotional development in infants and toddlers: Perspectives of early Head Start staff and parents
Authors: Brophy-Herb,Holly E.;Horodynski,Mildred;Dupuis,Sara B.;Bocknek,Erika London;Schiffman,Rachel;Onaga,Esther;Van Egeren,Laurie A.;Fitzgerald,Hiram E.;Cunningham-Deluca,Mary;Hawver,Shelley;Adkins,Madonna;Thomas,Sarah
Source: Infant Mental Health Journal, 2009, 30 :3 ,pg 203- 222
Subjects: Emotional Development Infant Development Project Head Start Curriculum Development Parents Role Models Human Male Female US early emotional development infants toddlers Early Head Start staff
Additional Information: ID: 4700; FC: Print; ME: Empirical Study; Quantitative Study; AE: Childhood (birth-12 yrs); Infancy (2-23 mo); Preschool Age (2-5 yrs); Adulthood (18 yrs & older); Young Adulthood (18-29 yrs); Thirties (30-39 yrs); Middle Age (40-64 yrs); GI: This work wa
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Title: Early emotional development in infants and toddlers: Perspectives of early Head Start staff and parents
Authors: Brophy-Herb,Holly E.;Horodynski,Mildred;Dupuis,Sara B.;Bocknek,Erika London;Schiffman,Rachel;Onaga,Esther;Van Egeren,Laurie A.;Fitzgerald,Hiram E.;Cunningham-Deluca,Mary;Hawver,Shelley;Adkins,Madonna;Thomas,Sarah
Source: Infant Mental Health Journal, 2009, 30 :3 ,pg 203- 222
Subjects: Emotional Development Infant Development Project Head Start Curriculum Development Parents Role Models Human Male Female US early emotional development infants toddlers Early Head Start staff
Additional Information: ID: 4761; FC: Print; ME: Empirical Study; Quantitative Study; AE: Childhood (birth-12 yrs); Infancy (2-23 mo); Preschool Age (2-5 yrs); Adulthood (18 yrs & older); Young Adulthood (18-29 yrs); Thirties (30-39 yrs); Middle Age (40-64 yrs); GI: This work wa
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Title: Early emotional development in infants and toddlers: Perspectives of early Head Start staff and parents
Authors: Brophy-Herb,Holly E.;Horodynski,Mildred;Dupuis,Sara B.;Bocknek,Erika London;Schiffman,Rachel;Onaga,Esther;Van Egeren,Laurie A.;Fitzgerald,Hiram E.;Cunningham-Deluca,Mary;Hawver,Shelley;Adkins,Madonna;Thomas,Sarah
Source: Infant Mental Health Journal, 2009, 30 :3 ,pg 203- 222
Subjects: Emotional Development Infant Development Project Head Start Curriculum Development Parents Role Models Human Male Female US early emotional development infants toddlers Early Head Start staff
Additional Information: ID: 4903; FC: Print; ME: Empirical Study; Quantitative Study; AE: Childhood (birth-12 yrs); Infancy (2-23 mo); Preschool Age (2-5 yrs); Adulthood (18 yrs & older); Young Adulthood (18-29 yrs); Thirties (30-39 yrs); Middle Age (40-64 yrs); GI: This work wa
Ref ID: 93927
 
Title: The role of learning in cognitive development: Challenges and prospects
Authors: Aslin,Richard N.
Source: , 2009, : ,pg 286- 295
Subjects: Cognitive Development Infant Development Learning Cognition Human
Additional Information: ID: 3191; TA: Psychology: Professional & Research; FC: Print; AE: Childhood (birth-12 yrs); Infancy (2-23 mo); LR: 20090209 (PsycINFO)
Ref ID: 93654
 
Title: Socioemotional factors in the development of joint attention in human and ape infants
Authors: Bard,Kim A.;Leavens,David A.
Source: , 2009, : ,pg 89- 104
Subjects: Animal Development Attention Emotions Infant Development Psychosocial Factors Animal Emotionality Animal Social Behavior Comparative Psychology Primates (Nonhuman) Human Animal humans infants socioemotional factors joint attention apes development
Additional Information: ID: 2945; TA: Psychology: Professional & Research; FC: Print; AE: Childhood (birth-12 yrs); Infancy (2-23 mo); GI: The writing of this chapter was partially supported by a grant funded by the European Commission under contract FP6 IST-045169, entitled "FE
Ref ID: 93702
 
Title: Structure and continuity of intellectual development in early childhood
Authors: Blaga,Otilia M.;Shaddy,D. Jill;Anderson,Christa J.;Kannass,Kathleen N.;Little,Todd D.;Colombo,John
Source: Intelligence, 2009, 37 :1 ,pg 106- 113
Subjects: Cognitive Ability Individual Differences Infant Development Intellectual Development Structural Equation Modeling Cognition Human Male Female US continuity early childhood intellectual status verbal status MacArthurΓÇôBates Inventory Bayley Scales of Infa
Additional Information: ID: 4160; FC: Electronic; ME: Empirical Study; Quantitative Study; AE: Childhood (birth-12 yrs); Infancy (2-23 mo); Preschool Age (2-5 yrs); GI: This work was supported by NIH grant R01-HD35903 to JC, the University of Kansas Intellectual and Developmenta
Ref ID: 93818
 
Title: Sex differences in infantsΓÇÖ visual interest in toys
Authors: Alexander,Gerianne M.;Wilcox,Teresa;Woods,Rebecca
Source: Archives of Sexual Behavior, 2009, 38 :3 ,pg 427- 433
Subjects: Childhood Play Behavior Human Sex Differences Infant Development Preferences Toys Human Male Female sex differences infants toy preferences
Additional Information: ID: 3310; FC: Electronic; ME: Empirical Study; Quantitative Study; AE: Childhood (birth-12 yrs); Infancy (2-23 mo); GI: This research was supported by NSF grant BCS- 0618411 (GMA).; LR: 20090420 (PsycINFO)
Ref ID: 93610
 
Title: Review of Why love matters: How affection shapes a babyΓÇÖs brain
Authors: Altamirano,Rachel
Source: Clinical Social Work Journal, 2009, 37 :3 ,pg 260- 261
Subjects: Affection Brain Brain Development Infant Development Love Attachment Behavior Policy Making Psychopathology Stress Management Human stress & stress management
Additional Information: ID: 5587; FC: Electronic; LR: 20091102 (PsycINFO)
Ref ID: 93615
 
Title: Review of Why love matters: How affection shapes a babyΓÇÖs brain
Authors: Altamirano,Rachel
Source: Clinical Social Work Journal, 2009, 37 :3 ,pg 260- 261
Subjects: Affection Brain Brain Development Infant Development Love Attachment Behavior Policy Making Psychopathology Stress Management Human stress & stress management
Additional Information: ID: 5589; FC: Electronic; LR: 20091102 (PsycINFO)
Ref ID: 93616
 
Title: Locomotor experience and use of social information are posture specific
Authors: Adolph,Karen E.;Tamis-LeMonda,Catherine S.;Ishak,Shaziela;Karasik,Lana B.;Lobo,Sharon A.
Source: Developmental psychology, 2008, 44 :6 ,pg 1705- 1714
Subjects: Infant Development Locomotion Social Cognition Walking Posture Human Male Female US infant locomotion crawling affordances
Additional Information: ID: 1671; ID: 1204; FC: Electronic; ME: Empirical Study; Quantitative Study; AE: Childhood (birth-12 yrs); Infancy (2-23 mo); Adulthood (18 yrs & older); Young Adulthood (18-29 yrs); Thirties (30-39 yrs); GI: This research was supported by National Instit
Ref ID: 93589
 
Title: Child care subsidy and program quality revisited
Authors: Antle,Becky F.;Frey,Andy;Barbee,Anita;Frey,Shannon;Grisham-Brown,Jennifer;Cox,Megan
Source: Early Education and Development, 2008, 19 :4 ,pg 560- 573
Subjects: Child Day Care Classrooms Early Childhood Development Infant Development Quality of Care Preschool Students Human US program quality subsidized child care early childhood centers quality of infant preschool classrooms Infant/Toddler Environment Rating Sca
Additional Information: ID: 5600; FC: Print; ME: Empirical Study; Quantitative Study; AE: Childhood (birth-12 yrs); Preschool Age (2-5 yrs); LR: 20090706 (PsycINFO)
Ref ID: 93634
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