Social and emotional development : attachment relationships and the emerging self / Karen S. Rosen.
- London : Palgrave, 2016. , ©2016
- Macmillan education
xiv, 451 pages ; 24 cm.
- Attachment behavior in children.
Attachment behavior in children.
- "From the moment we are born our relationships with others play a vital role in our development. Have you ever wondered how an infant develops attachments? Or why these relationships influence a child's growing sense of self? Perhaps you're curious about the effect of early relationships and the self on social and emotional development? In exploring questions like these, Karen Rosen guides you through the fascinating and interrelated themes of attachment and the self. Bringing together key theories and research in a unique integrative approach, this textbook is essential reading for students of developmental psychology as well as clinicians working in the field."--Publisher's description.
- Attachment relationship during infancy
Infant individuality and the origins of the self
Peer relations and friendship during childhood
The development of empathy, prosocial behavior and morality
Adolescent social relations
Adolescent identity and the consolidation of the self.
- Includes bibliographical references (pages 331-433) and index.
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