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The articles appearing here serve as primary references of authors' programmatic studies, providing a forum for new technological and methodological developments, or new integrations that have the potential of influencing the theoretical and research perspectives of others who study infant behavior and development. This volume is dedicated to a Eleanor E. Maccoby, a major contemporary researcher whose contributions and insights in the field of infant behavior and development have been of great importance and whose work has inspired the research of others.
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Devoted to the timely presentation of innovative research on human and animal infants. The articles appearing here serve as primary references of authors' programmatic studies.About the Author:
CARLOLYN ROVEE-COLLIER is Professor II of Psychology at Rutgers University. She is recognized as having founded the field of infant long-memory and is currently funded by the National Institute of Mental Health for research on infant learning and memroy. She has authored more than 180 publications.
LEWIS P. LIPSITT is Professor Emeritus of psychology, medical science and human development at Brown University, where he continues as research professor of psychology
HARLENE HAYNE is Professor at the department of psychology, University of Otago, New Zealand. Her focus in on the development of learning and memory in infants and young children.
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Book Description Praeger, 1999. Hardcover. Condition: New. book. Seller Inventory # M156750390X