Child Development at the Intersection of Emotion and Cognition

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  • Edition: 1st
  • Format: Hardcover
  • Copyright: 2009-11-01

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Univ. of North Carolina, Greensboro. Addresses the codevelopment of emotional and cognitive processes by integrating theoretical and empirical work on these processes. Also considers possible neurological and genetic mechanisms for the emotion-cognition link. For psychologists. eBook ISBN, 9781433806872.

Table of Contents

Contributorsp. vii
Forewordp. ix
Introduction: Putting the Domains of Development Into Perspectivep. 3
Basic Developmental Processesp. 15
An Optimal Balance: The Integration of Emotion and Cognition in Contextp. 17
Emotion Regulation and Executive Functioning in Early Development: Integrated Mechanisms of Control Supporting Adaptive Functioningp. 37
The Role of Language in the Development of Emotion Regulationp. 59
Feeling and Understanding Through the Prism of Relationshipsp. 79
Hot Executive Function: Emotion and the Development of Cognitive Controlp. 97
Neuroscientific and Genetic Contributionsp. 113
Psychobiological Mechanisms of Cognition-Emotion Integration in Early Developmentp. 115
Cognition and Emotion: A Behavioral Genetic Perspectivep. 133
Understanding the Social World: A Developmental Neuroscience Approachp. 153
Desire, Dopamine, and Conceptual Developmentp. 175
Implications for Clinical and Educational Researchp. 201
Self-Regulation and Academic Achievement in the Transition to Schoolp. 203
Intersection of Emotion and Cognition in Developmental Psychopathologyp. 225
Afterword: Integrating Emotion and Cognition in Developmental Researchp. 247
Indexp. 253
About the Editorsp. 261
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