Now in its 38th volume, Minnesota Symposia on Child Psychology: Culture and Developmental Systems contains the collected papers from the most prestigious symposia in the field of child development. Providing scholars, students, and practitioners with access to the work of leading researchers in human development, it outlines how the field has advanced dramatically in recent years—both empirically and conceptually.
The updated collection outlines the latest information and research on child psychology, including the cultural neuroscience of the developing brain in childhood, the role of culture and language in the development of color categorization, socioemotional development across cultures, and much more.
- Find out how much math is 'hard wired,' if at all
- Explore the development of culture, language, and emotion
- Discover cultural expressions and the neurobiological underpinnings in mother-infant interactions
- Examine the cultural organization of young children's everyday learning
Written for generalists and specialists alike, Minnesota Symposia on Child Psychology offers the most up-to-date information on the central processes of human development and its implications for school success, as well as other areas.
Keywords: Child psychology; psychology; psychology in children; child development; early childhood development; human development; research on child psychology; latest research on child psychology; childhood brain; developing brain in childhood; culture and language development; language development; learning in children; Minnesota Symposia on Child Psychology: Culture and Developmental Systems; Minnesota Symposia on Child Psychology; Maria D. Sera; Michael Maratsos; Stephanie M. Carlson