Constructivist Perspectives on Developmental Psychopathology and Atypical Development

Constructivist Perspectives on Developmental Psychopathology and Atypical Development

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This volume is the result of a symposium titled "Constructivist Approaches to Atypical Development and Developmental Psychopathology." What emerges from the work included here is a record of innovative extensions, refinements, and applications of the concept of constructivism. The chapters not only demonstrate the compatibility of constructivism with investigations of atypicality, but also the generation of a constructivist perspective for a wide array of problems in developmental psychology.
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Product details

  • Paperback | 268 pages
  • 152 x 229mm | 498g
  • Taylor & Francis Ltd
  • ROUTLEDGE
  • London, United Kingdom
  • English
  • Reprint
  • 1138991678
  • 9781138991675

Table of contents

Contents: D.P. Keating, Constructivism and Diversity. S. Santostefano, Coordinating Outer Space with Inner Self: Reflections on Developmental Psychopathology. R.A. Thompson, Construction and Reconstruction of Early Attachments: Taking Perspective on Attachment Theory and Research. D. Cicchetti, M. Beeghly, V. Carlson, W. Coster, M. Gersten, C. Rieder, S. Toth, Development and Psychopathology: Lessons from the Study of Maltreated Children. L. Rogers, R. Kegan, "Mental Growth" and "Mental Health" as Distinct Concepts in the Study of Developmental Psychopathology: Theory, Research, and Clinical Implications. H. Rosen, Constructivism: Personality, Psychopathology, and Psychotherapy. B. Landau, Knowledge and Its Expression in the Blind Child. A.M. Sostek, Development of the Blind Child: Implications for Assessment and Intervention. H.G. Furth, Thinking Without Language: A Perspective and Review of Research With Deaf People. H.W. Hoemann, Piagetian Perspectives on Research With Deaf Subjects.
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