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By Maria Legerstee PhD, David W. Haley PhD, Marc H. Bornstein PhD

Integrating state-of-the-art study from a number of disciplines, this e-book presents a dynamic and holistic photograph of the constructing little one brain. members discover the transactions between genes, the mind, and the surroundings within the earliest years of lifestyles. the amount probes the neural correlates of middle sensory, perceptual, cognitive, emotional, and social capacities. It highlights the significance of early relationships, offering compelling findings on how parent-infant interactions impact neural processing and mind maturation. cutting edge examine equipment are mentioned, together with purposes of behavioral, hormonal, genetic, and mind imaging technologies.

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Dunbar, R. I. , & Shultz, S. (2007). Understanding primate brain evolution. Philosophical Transactions of the Royal Society: B. Biological Sciences, 362, 649–658.  An Evolutionary Basis for Social Cognition 17 Dunbar, R. I. , & Shultz, S. (2010). Bondedness and sociality. Behaviour, 147, 775–803. Dunbar, R. I. , & Spoors, M. (1995). Social networks, support cliques and kinship. Human Nature, 6, 273–290. Finlay, B. , Darlington, R. , & Nicastro, N. (2001). Developmental structure in brain evolution.

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