VOLUME ONE: THE BEGINNINGS OF LIFE: FOETAL DEVELOPMENT, ATYPICAL DEVELOPMENT AND BASIC SENSORY ABILITIES
Prenatal Development, Risk Factors and Atypical Development
Part One: Embryonic Period to Foetal Period (Normal Developing)
Developmental Change in Fetal Response to Repeated Low-Intensity Sound
Seiichi Morokuma et al.
Evidence of Transnatal Auditory Learning
Christine Moon and William Fifer
Newborn Infants Prefer the Maternal Low-Pass Filtered Voice, but Not the Maternal Whispered Voice
Melanie Spence and Mark Freeman
Part Two: Effects of Risk Factors on the Foetus (Teratogens)
Fetal Alchohol Syndrome and the Developing Socio-Emotional Brain
The Factors Contributing to the Risk of Sudden Infant Death Syndrome
E. Athanasakis S. Karavasiliadou and I. Styliadis
Prenatal Antecedents of Newborn Neurological Maturation
Janet DiPietro et al.
Cognitive Outcomes of Preschool Children with Prenatal Cocaine Exposure
Lynn Singer et al.
Part Three: Atypical Development – Down Syndrome, Sensorially Impaired, Multiple Impairments, Origins of Autism in Infancy Period
The Development of Joint Attention in Blind Infants
Autism during Infancy: A Retrospective Video Analysis of Sensori-Motor and Social Behaviors at 9-12 Months of Age
Atypical Perceptual Narrowing in Prematurely Born Infants Is Associated with Compromised Language Acquisition at 2 Years of Age
Eira Jansson-Verkasalo et al.
Atypical Object Exploration at 12 Months of Age Is Associated with Autism in a Prospective Sample
Sally Ozonoff et al.
Contingency Learning in 9-Month-Old Infants with Down Syndrome
P.S. Ohr and J.W. Fagen
Perceptual and Motor Development
Part Four: Basic Visual and Auditory Abilities
Development of Human Visual Function
Oliver Braddick and Janette Atkinson
Development of Visual Perception
Where Infants Look Determines How They See: Eye Movements and Object Perception Performance in 3-Month-Olds
Scott Johnson, Jonathan Slemmer and Dima Asmo
The Development of a Human Auditory Localization Response: A U-Shaped Function
Darwin Muir, Rachel Clifton and Marsha Clarkson
One-Year-Old Infants Follow Others’ Voice Direction
Federico Rossano, Malinda Carpenter and Michael Tomasello
VOLUME TWO: MEMORY DEVELOPMENT AND OBJECT PERCEPTION
Part One: Object Perception, Including Perceptual Constancies and Memory Development
Size Constancy at Birth: Newborn Infants’ Responses to Retinal and Real Size
Alan Slater, Anne Mattock and Elizabeth Brown
What Do Infants Remember When They Forget? Location and Identity in 6-Month-Olds’ Memory for Objects
Melissa Kibbe and Alan Leslie
Dissociations in Infancy Memory: Rethinking the Development of Implicit and Explicit Memory
The Ontogeny of Long-Term Retention during the Second Year of Life
Jane Herbert and Harlene Hayne
Part Two: Perceptual Categories, Causality, Perception of Animate Action
Basic Level and Superordinate-Like Categorical Representations in Early Infancy
The Nature and Structure of Infant Form Categories
Paul Bomba and Einar Siqueland
The Acquisition of Expertise as a Model for the Growth of Cognitive Structure
Global-before-Basic Object Categorization in Connectionist Networks and 2-Month-Old Infants
Paul Quinn and Mark Johnson
Precursors of Infants’ Perception of the Causality of a Simple Event
Leslie Cohen and Geoffrey Amsel
Do Six-Month-Old Infants Perceive Causality?
Alan Leslie and Stephanie Keeble
One-Year-Old Infants Use Teleological Representations of Actions Productively
Infants’ Ability to Distinguish between Purposeful and Non-Purposeful Behaviors
Part Three: Perception across Occlusion: Perceptual Precursors of Permanence
Newborn Infants’ Perception of Partly Occluded Objects
Alan Slater et al.
Infants’ Perception of Object Trajectories
Scott Johnson et al.
Infants’ Evolving Representations of Object Motion during Occlusion: A Longitudinal Study of 6- to 12-Month-Old Infants
Gustaf Gredebäck and Claes von Hofsten
Development of Object Concepts in Infancy: Evidence for Early Learning in an Eye-Tracking Paradigm
Scott Johnson, Dima Amso and Jonathan Slemmer
Illusory Contour Figures Are Perceived as Occluding Surfaces by Four-Month-Old Infants
J. Gavin Bremner et al.
VOLUME THREE: MOTOR DEVELOPMENT, SPATIAL AWARENESS AND MULTISENSORY PERCEPTION
Part One: Motor Development and Relations between Perception and Action
Development of Reaching in Infancy
Neil Berthier and Rachel Keen
A Pick-Me-Up for Infants’ Exploratory Skills: Early Simulated Experiences Reaching for Objects Using ‘Sticky Mittens’ Enhances Young Infants’ Object Exploration Skills
Amy Needham, Tracy Barrett and Karen Peterman
How Do You Learn to Walk? Thousands of Steps and Dozens of Falls per Day
Karen Adolph et al.
Newborn Stepping: An Explanation of a 'Disappearing' Reflex
Esther Thelen and Donna Fisher
Effect of Self-Produced Locomotion on Infant Postural Compensation to Optic Flow
Carol Higgins, Joseph Campos and Rosanne Kermoian
Specificity of Learning: Why Infants Fall over a Veritable Cliff
Part Two: Spatial Orientation
The Role of Self-Produced Movement and Visual Tracking in Infant Spatial Orientation
Linda Acredolo, Anne Adams and Susan Goodwyn
Egocentric versus Allocentric Coding in Nine-Month-Old Infants: Factors Influencing the Choice of Code
J. Gavin Bremner
Travel Broadens the Mind
JosephCampos et al.
The Development of Relational Landmark Use in Six- to Twelve-Month-Old Infants in a Spatial Orientation Task
A. Lew, J. Bremner and L. Lefkovitch
Spatial Updating and Training Effects in the First Year of Human Infancy
D. Tyler and B.E. McKenzie
The Contribution of Visual and Vestibular Information to Spatial Orientation by 6- to 14-Month-Old Infants and Adults
J. Gavin Bremner et al
Part Two: Multisensory Perception, Including Synaesthesia
Intermodal Perception at Birth: Intersensory Redundancy Guides Newborn Infants’ Learning of Arbitrary Auditory-Visual Pairings
Alan Slater et al.
Crossmodal Learning in Newborn Infants: Inferences about Properties of Auditory-Visual Events
Barbara Morrongiello, Kimberley Fenwick and Graham Chance
Preverbal Infants’ Sensitivity to Synaesthetic Cross-Modal Correspondences
Peter Walker et al.
Sound Symbolism during Infancy? Evidence for Sound-Shape Cross-Modal Correspondences in 4-Month-Olds
Ozge Ozturk, Madelaine Krehm and Athena Vouloumanos
The Effects of Auditory Information on 4-Month-Old Infants’ Perception of Trajectory Continuity
J. Gavin Bremner et al.
Intersensory Redundancy Guides the Development of Selective Attention, Perception and Cognition in Infancy
Lorraine Bahrick, Robert Lickliter and Ross Flom
The Development of Intersensory Temporal Perception: An Epigenetic Systems/Limitations View
VOLUME FOUR: COGNITIVE DEVELOPMENT: FROM PIAGET TO THE DEVELOPING THEORY OF MIND
Part One: Piaget’s Constructivist Theory and More Recent Work on Object Permanence
The First Year of Life of the Child
Spatio-Temporal Identity in Infancy: Perceptual Competence or Conceptual Deficit
George Butterworth, Nicholas Jarrett and Linda Hicks
Abilities and Neural Mechanisms Underlying AB Performance
Rethinking Infant Knowledge: Toward an Adaptive Process Account of Successes and Failures in Object Permanence Tasks
Yuko Munakata et al.
Infants’ Perseverative Search Errors Are Induced by Pragmatic Misinterpretation
József Topál et al.
Part Two: Nativist Approaches and VoE Techniques
Elizabeth Spelke and Katherine Kinzler
Infants’ Physical World
Addition and Subtraction by Human Infants
Infant Brains Detect Arithmetic Errors
Andrea Berger, Gabriel Tzur and Michael Posner
Do You Believe in Magic? Infants’ Social Looking during Violations of Expectations
Tedra Walden et al.
Reconceptualizing the Origins of Number Knowledge: A “Non-Numerical” Account
Part Three: Origins of a Theory of Mind
Developmental parallels in understanding minds and bodies
Do 15-Month-Old Infants Understand False Beliefs?
Kristine Onishi and Renée Baillargeon
Infants’ Insight into the Mind: How Deep?
Josef Perner and Ted Ruffman
Attribution of Beliefs by 13-Month-Olds Infants
Luca Surian, Stefania Caldi and Dan Sperber
Eighteen-Month-Old Infants Show False Belief Understanding in an Active Helping Paradigm
David Buttelmann, Malinda Carpenter and Michael Tomasello
VOLUME FIVE: THE DEVELOPING AWARENESS OF THE SOCIAL WORLD: FROM IMITATION TO TALKING
Part One: Early imitation, Development of Self-Recognition, Knowledge of the Self and Others
Imitation of Facial and Manual Gestures by Human Neonates
Andrew Meltzoff and M. Moore
“Like Me”: A Foundation for Social Cognition
Rational Imitation in Preverbal Infants
G. Gergely, H. Bekkering and I. Király
Selective Imitation of In-Group over Out-Group Members in 14-Month-Old Infants
D. Buttelmann et al.
The Social Side of Imitation
H. Over and M. Carpenter
Part Two: Face Perception, Including Other Race Effect, Attractiveness
Newborn Infants Prefer Attractive Faces
Alan Slater et al.
Representation of the Gender of Human Faces by Infants: A Preference for Female
Paul Quinn et al.
Is Face Processing Species-Specific during the First Year of Life?
Olivier Pascalis, Michelle de Haan and Charles Nelson
Development of the Other-Race Effect in Infancy: Evidence towards Universality?
David Kelly et al.
Newborn Infants’ Preference for Attractive Faces: The Role of Internal and External Facial Features
Alan Slater et al.
Developmental Origins of the Other-Race Effect
Gizelle Anzures et al.
Part Three: Voice and Speech Perception, Including Infant-Directed Speech
Infants’ Detection of Sound Patterns of Words in Fluent Speech
Peter Jusczyk and Richard Aslin
Statistical Learning by 8-Month-Old Infants
Jenny Saffran, Richard Aslin and Elissa Newport
Infants Show a Facilitation Effect for Native Language Phonetic Perception between 6 and 12 Months
Patricia Kuhl et al.
Becoming a Native Listener
Infant-Directed Speech Drives Social Preferences in 5-Month-Old Infants
Adena Schachner and Erin Hannon
Infant-Directed Speech Facilitates Word Segmentation
Erik Thiessen, Emily Hill and Jenny Saffran
The Developmental Course of Lexical Tone Perception in the First Year of Life
Karen Mattock et al.
Statistical Learning and Language Acquisition
Alexa Romberg and Jenny Saffran
Part Four: Communication and First Words
Caregivers’ Gestures Direct Infant Attention during Early Word Learning: The Importance of Dynamic Synchrony
Nancy de Villiers Rader and Patricia Zukow-Goldring
The Role of Discourse Novelty in Early Word Learning
Nameera Akhtar, Malinda Carpenter and Michael Tomasello
Precis of How Children Learn the Meanings of Words
What Does Syntax Say about Space? 2-Year-Olds Use Sentence Structure to Learn New Preposition
Cynthia Fisher, Stacy Klingler and Hyun-Joo Song
Meaning from Syntax: Evidence from 2-Year-Olds
Sudha Arunachalam and Sandra Waxman
VOLUME SIX: SOCIAL DEVELOPMENT: FORMING ATTACHMENTS AND BECOMING SELF-AWARE
Part One: Attachment Theory, Strange Situation, Cross-Cultural Differences
Attachment in Toddlers with Autism and Other Developmental Disorders
Fabiënne Naber et al.
Differences in Attachment Security between African-American and White Children: Ethnicity or Socio-Economic Status?
Marian Bakermans-Kranenburg et al.
Security of Attachment as a Predictor of Symbolic and Mentalising Abilities: A Longitudinal Study
Elizabeth Meins, Charles Fernyhough, James Russell and David Clark-Carter
Attachment Patterns and Emotion Regulation Strategies in the Second Year
Cristina Riva Crugnola et al.
Part Two: Development of Self and Gender
Spatial Determinants in the Perception of Self-Produced Leg Movements by 3–5 Month Old Infants
Philippe Rochat and Rachel Morgan
Social Awareness and Early Self-Recognition
Philippe Rochat, Tanya Broesch and Katherine Jayne
Infants’ Preferences for Toys, Colors, and Shapes: Sex Differences and Similarities
Vasanti Jadva, Melissa Hines and Susan Golombok
Male More than Female Infants Imitate Propulsive Motion
Joyce Benenson, Robert Tennyson and Richard Wrangham
Developmental Change in Infants’ and Toddlers’ Attention to Gender Categories
Kristen Johnston et al.
Part Three: Social Interaction and Early Prosocial Development, Peer Interaction and Cooperation
Maternal Responsiveness to Very Young Children at Three Ages: Longitudinal Analysis of a Multidimensional Modular and Specific Parenting Construct
How Infants and Toddlers React to Antisocial Others
Kiley Hamlin et al.
Origins of “Us” versus “Them”: Prelinguistic Infants Prefer Similar Others
Neha Mahajan and Karen Wynn
Altruistic Helping in Human Infants and Young Chimpanzees
Felix Warneken and Michael Tomasello
Young Children Are Intrinsically Motivated to See Others Helped
Robert Hepach, Amrisha Vaish and Michael Tomasello
Part Four: Using Social Information: Social Referencing
The Role of Intersensory Redundancy in the Emergence of Social Referencing in 5½-Month-Old Infants
Mariana Valiant-Molina and Lorraine Bahrick
Uncertainty Matters: Impact of Stimulus Ambiguity on Infant Social Referencing
Geunyoung Kim and Keumjoo Kwak
Mother Knows Best: Effects of Maternal Modelling on the Acquisition of Fear and Avoidance Behavior in Toddlers
Friederike Gerull and Ronald Rapee