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Lifespan Development And The Brain

The Perspective Of Biocultural Co-constructivism

Lifespan Development And The Brain - ISBN: 9780521175555
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Bindwijze: Boek
Genre: Ontwikkelingspsychologie
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This book focuses on the developmental analysis of the brain-culture-environment dynamic.


Titel: Lifespan Development And The Brain
Mediatype: Boek
Taal: Engels
Aantal pagina's: 446
Uitgever: Cambridge University Press
NUR: Ontwikkelingspsychologie
Afmetingen: 230 x 153 x 24
Gewicht: 612 gr
ISBN/ISBN13: 9780521175555
Intern nummer: 15301562

Biografie (woord)

Frank Rösler is recognized for his research on biological correlates of cognitive processes, in particular memory, learning, imagery, language, and neural plasticity. He has received several awards, including the Max-Planck/Humboldt prize for international cooperation, and he has been elected as full member in two academies of sciences in Germany.


'The book provides excellent summaries of specific areas of research contributing to the overall thesis of lifespan biocultural co-constructivism. Lifespan Development and the Brain should be required reading …' PsycCritiques


Preface Paul B. Baltes, Patricia A. Reuter-Lorenz and Frank Rösler; Part I. Setting the Stage across the Ages of the Lifespan: 1. Prologue: biocultural co-constructivism as a theoretical metascript Paul B. Baltes, Frank Rösler and Patricia A. Reuter-Lorenz; 2. Biocultural co-construction of lifespan development Shu-Chen Li; Part II. Neuronal Plasticity and Biocultural Co-Construction: Microstructure Meets the Experiential Environment: 3. Neurobehavioral development in the context of biocultural co-constructivism Charles A. Nelson; 4. Adult neurogenesis Gerd Kempermann; Part III. Neuronal Plasticity and Biocultural Co-Construction: Atypical Brain Architectures: 5. Sensory input-based adaptation and brain architecture Maurice Ptito and Sébastien Desgent; 6. Blindness: a source and case of neuronal plasticity Brigitte Röder; Part IV. Biocultural Co-Construction: Specific Functions and Domains: 7. Language acquisition: biological versus cultural implications for brain structure Angela D. Friederici and Shirley-Ann Rüschemeyer; 8. Reading, writing, and arithmetic in the brain: neural specialization for acquired functions Thad A. Polk and J. Paul Hamilton; 9. Emotion, learning, and the brain: from classical conditioning to cultural bias Elizabeth A. Phelps; 10. The musical mind: neural tuning and the aesthetic experience Oliver Vitouch; Part V. Plasticity and Biocultural Co-Construction in Later Life: 11. Influences of biological and self-initiated factors on brain and cognition in adulthood and aging Lars Nyberg and Lars Bäckman; 12. The aging mind and brain: implications of enduring plasticity for behavioral and cultural change Patricia A. Reuter-Lorenz and Joseph A. Mikels; Part VI. Biocultural Co-Construction: From Micro- to Macroenvironments in Larger Cultural Contexts: 13. Characteristics of illiterate and literate cognitive processing: implications of brain-behavior co-constructivism Karl Magnus Petersson and Alexandra Reis; 14. The influence of work and occupation on brain development Neil Charness; 15. The influence of organized violence and terror on brain and mind: a co-constructive perspective Thomas Elbert, Brigitte Rockstroh, Iris-Tatjana Kolassa, Maggie Schauer and Frank Neuner; 16. Co-constructing human engineering technologies in old age: lifespan psychology as a conceptual foundation Ulman Lindenberger and Martin Lövdén; Part VII. Epilogue: 17. Letters on nature and nurture Onur Güntürkün.


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