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child development and psychology books

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Throughout childhood and adolescence, children's brains and behaviour undergo a series of exciting but often unpredictable changes, and it can be difficult to keep up! This bestselling title reveals what science can teach us about parenting and child development, covering everything from breastfeeding to brain development. It includes the latest thinking on how screen time affects children's brains, and how love, nurturing and play contribute to children's development. The book contains chapters on "Sleep and Bedtimes" and "Why Children Behave Badly", and constitutes the ultimate evidence-based guide to parenting up to age If you've got a key interest in children's development and child psychology but aren't sure where to start on this topic, Usha Goswami's short guide for Oxford University Press will introduce you to all the key theories and ideas about children's development, from infancy to adolescence. Get an understanding of how children process language, morality and more as they grow and how they are affected by outside influences like school and friends. This is an excellent book both for those planning to study psychology and for parents and guardians with questions about their children's behaviour.

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