What's your name, baby? Social cues related to early learning

What's your name, baby? Social cues related to early learning

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by Tricia Striano
     
 
Have you ever wondered about the social cues that young infants use to communicate and learn? Touch, Name, and Eye Contact are just a few. Award winning infant and child development researcher, Dr. Tricia Striano, developed this book for caregivers and infants to learn together. Learn about the social cues that researchers have discovered are important in early

Overview

Have you ever wondered about the social cues that young infants use to communicate and learn? Touch, Name, and Eye Contact are just a few. Award winning infant and child development researcher, Dr. Tricia Striano, developed this book for caregivers and infants to learn together. Learn about the social cues that researchers have discovered are important in early development. Explore age appropriate social activities with your new infant. You might also use this book to help older siblings understand and interact with their new brother or sister! 15 pages. The book is designed for parents and infants (1-14 months) Learn Together!

Product Details

ISBN-13:
2940012170606
Publisher:
How Babies Learn Press
Publication date:
01/09/2011
Sold by:
Barnes & Noble
Format:
NOOK Book
File size:
4 MB

Meet the Author

Tricia Striano, Ph.D. is an award winning researcher, professor, and founder of howbabieslearn.com. She has over a decade of experience researching early infant and child social and cognitive development. She studied psychology at The College of the Holy Cross ‘95 and obtained her MA in ‘99 and Ph.D. in Psychology from Emory University ‘00, specialized in Cognition and Development. Dr. Tricia Striano obtained her Habilitation in Psychology ‘08 from the University Osnabrück in Germany.

Recipient of the international Sofja Kovalevskaja Research Prize of the Alexander von Humboldt Foundation, research grants from the German Research Foundation and the National Science Foundation, she was Head of the Cultural Ontogeny Group at the Max Planck Institute for Cultural Ontogeny, Head of the Research Group on Neurocognition and Development at the Max Planck Institute for Human Cognitive and Brain Sciences and Center for Advanced Studies at the University Leipzig, Germany. She is Associate Professor of Psychology at Hunter College in New York City.

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What's your name, baby? Social cues related to early learning 5 out of 5 based on 0 ratings. 2 reviews.
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