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Development of Cognition, Affect, and Social Relations The Minnesota Symposia on Child Psychology, Volume 13

Edited By W. A. Collins Copyright 1982
    304 Pages
    by Psychology Press

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    First published in 1982. This thirteenth volume in The Minnesota Symposia on Child Psychology set invites six developmental scholars were to present their work within the programmatic perspective in which it was conceived. The contributors to this volume work within the area of developmental social psychology, encompassing the range of problems surrounding the development of social relations, social cognition, and affective systems. There is variation not only in the domains of interest but in the methods and the ages of the participants in the research within this volume.

    Chapter 1 Levels of Meaning for Infant Emotions: A Biosocial View, Robert N. Emde; Chapter 2 The Role of Ego-Control and Ego-Resiliency in the Organization of Behavior, Jeanne H. Block, Jack Block; Chapter 3 The Development of Mastery, Emotions, and Morality from an Attributional Perspective, Bernard Weiner, Anna Kun, Marijana Benesh-Weiner; Chapter 4 Development of the Concept of Intention, Thomas R. Shultz; Chapter 5 Social Ecology of the Preschool Peer Group, F. F. Strayer; Chapter 6 A Developmental Theory of Friendship and Acquaintanceship Processes, John M. Gottman, Jennifer T. Parkhurst; Chapter 7 Commentary, Carroll E. Izard, Richard A. Shweder, Willard W. Hartup;


    W. Andrew Collins, University of Minnesota