Child Psychology: A Handbook of Contemporary Issues by Lawrence Balter, Catherine S. Tamis-LeMonda

By Lawrence Balter, Catherine S. Tamis-LeMonda

This moment variation of kid Psychology displays the more and more subtle and sundry learn equipment used to ascertain the hugely complicated interactions contributing to kid's cognitive, emotional, and social improvement. these chapters that seemed within the prior variation were completely up-to-date and new chapters through impressive researchers were brought. additionally, there's a wholly new part on formative years and thorough assurance of salient ecological impacts, which make this moment version a very finished source at the very important matters in baby psychology.

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Developmental Psychology, 31, 448–455. Stifter, C. , & Fox, N. A. (1990). Infant reactivity: Physiological correlates of newborn and 5-month temperament. Developmental Psychology, 26, 582–588. Thompson, R. A. (1994). Emotional regulation: A theme in search of definition. In N. A. ), The development of emotion regulation: Biological and behavioral aspects. Monographs of the Society for Research in Child Development, 59, (2–3, Serial No. 240), 25–52. Tronick, E. Z. (1989). Emotions and emotional communication in infants.

1996). Behavioral inhibition and stress reactivity: The moderating role of attachment security. Child Development, 67, 508–522. Parker, J. , & Gottman, J. M. (1989). Social and emotional development in a relational context. In T. J. Berndt & G. W. ), Peer relationships in child development (pp. 95–131). New York: Wiley. Parritz, R. H. (1996). A descriptive analysis of toddler coping in challenging circumstances. Infant Behavior and Development, 19, 171–180. Passman, R. , & Weisberg, P. (1975).

The results of their study showed that avoidance/distraction type strategies were most frequently named by children of all ages. , thinking about something else) and a decrease in escape strategies. The developmental component of these coping strategies provides a potential link between emotional self-regulation and this coping work, and several questions regarding the origins of coping strategies and emotion dysregulation in early emotion regulation processes become relevant. indd 21 8/18/2005 2:15:46 PM 22 Child Psychology attention deployment strategies more able to use cognitive strategies as they become older?

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