1st Edition

A Special Issue in Honor of Katherine Nelson A Special Issue of journal of Cognition and Development

Edited By Philip David Zelazo Copyright 2002
    120 Pages
    by Psychology Press

    First published in 2002. Routledge is an imprint of Taylor & Francis, an informa company.

    Volume 3, Number 1, 2002. Contents: R. Fivush, J.A. Hudson, J.M. Lucariello, Introduction: Katherine Nelson's Theoretical Vision. M. Tomasello, Things Are What They Do: Katherine Nelson's Approach to Language and Cognition. P.J. Bauer, J.A. Wenner, M.G. Kroupina, Making the Past Present: Later Verbal Accessibility of Early Memories. J.A. Hudson, "Do You Know What We're Going to Do This Summer?": Mother's Talk to Preschool Children About Future Events. R. Fivush, A. Vasudeva, Remembering to Relate: Socioemotional Correlates of Mother-Child Reminiscing. J.M. Lucariello, C. Mindolovich, The Best Laid Plans...: Beyond Scripts Are Conter-Scripts.


    Philip David Zelazo