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  1. Developmental Psychology 106 items
    1. ESSENTIAL READING: Developmental Psychology Unit 1: Research Methods, Object Concept, Number Concept 12 items
      1. Exploring developmental psychology: understanding theory and methods - Margaret Harris 2008 (electronic resource)

        Book Essential Lecture 1: Methods (Infancy); Chapter 4: Pages 110-115 only.

      2. Knowledge of the physical world in infancy

        Chapter Essential Lectures 1 & 2: Chapter 3, pages 41-60 only. Lecture 1, Methods (infancy); Lecture 2, Object concept.

      3. Young infants' reasoning about the physical and spatial properties of a hidden object - Renée Baillargeon 1987

        Article Essential Lectures 1 & 2: Lecture 1, Methods (infancy). Lecture 2, Object concept.

      4. The child's understanding of number - Rochel Gelman, C. R. Gallistel 1978 (electronic resource)

        Book Essential Lecture 2; Number concept; Background reading.

      5. Preschoolers' counting: Principles before skill - Rochel Gelman, Elizabeth Meck 1983

        Article Essential Lecture 2; Number concept

      6. More precisely defining and measuring the order-irrelevance principle - Arthur J Baroody 1984

        Article Essential Lecture 2: Number concept

      7. Young children's numerical competence - Rochel Gelman, Elizabeth Meck, Susan Merkin 1986

        Article Essential Lecture 2: Number concept

      8. Addition and subtraction by human infants - Karen Wynn 1992

        Article Essential Lecture 2: number concept.

      9. Infants Possess a System of Numerical Knowledge - Karen Wynn

        Chapter Essential Lecture 2; Number concept

      10. Can Young Infants Add and Subtract? - Ann Wakeley, Susan Rivera and Jonas Langer 2000

        Article Essential Lecture 2; Number concept, Debates

    2. FURTHER READING: Developmental Psychology Unit 1: Research Methods, Object Concept, Number Concept 9 items
      1. Object Permanence in Young Infants: Further Evidence - Renee Baillargeon, Julie DeVos 1991

        Article Further reading Lectures 1 & 2; Methods and Object concept

      2. Infant search errors: Stage of concept development or stage of memory development - Elizabeth Ligon Bjork, E. Mark Cummings 1984

        Article Further reading Lecture 2; Object concept

      3. Object permanence in five-month-old infants - Renée Baillargeon, Elizabeth S. Spelke, Stanley Wasserman 1985

        Article Further reading Lectures 1 & 2; Methods and Object concept

      4. Counting in Chinese: Cultural variation in a basic cognitive skill - Kevin F. Miller, James W. Stigler 1987

        Article Further reading Lecture 2; Number concept

      5. Children's understanding of counting - Karen Wynn 1990

        Article Further reading Lecture 2; Number Concept

      6. Children's acquisition of the number words and the counting system - Karen Wynn 1992

        Article Further reading Lecture 2; Number concept

      7. What representations might underlie infant numerical knowledge? - Claudia Uller, Susan Carey, Gavin Huntley-Fenner, Laura Klatt 1999-1

        Article Further reading Lecture 2; Number concept

      8. The development of ordinal numerical knowledge in infancy - Elizabeth M Brannon 2002-4

        Article Further reading Lecture 2; Number concept, Debates

      9. Large-Number Addition and Subtraction by 9-Month-Old Infants. - McCrink, Koleen & Wynn, Karen 2004

        Article Further reading Lecture 2; Number concept, Debates

    3. ESSENTIAL READING: Developmental Psychology Unit 2: Understanding of the Physical World and Social Cognition 9 items
      1. Do six-month-old infants perceive causality? - Alan M. Leslie, Stephanie Keeble 1987-4

        Article Essential Lecture 3; Physical World

      2. Principles of Object Perception - Elizabeth S. Spelke 1990

        Article Essential Lecture 3; Physical World

      3. Origins of knowledge - Spelke, Elizabeth S.Breinlinger, Karen Macomber, Janet Jacobson, Kristen Oct 1992

        Article Essential Lecture 3; Physical world

      4. Early knowledge of object motion: continuity and inertia - Elizabeth S. Spelke, Gary Katz, Susan E. Purcell, Sheryl M. Ehrlich 1994

        Article Essential Lecture 3: Physical World

      5. Newborn Infants Imitate Adult Facial Gestures - Andrew N. Meltzoff, M. Keith Moore 1983

        Article Essential Lecture 3; Social Cognition

      6. A predisposition for biological motion in the newborn baby - F. Simion, L. Regolin, H. Bulf 2008

        Article Essential Lecture 3; Social Cognition

      7. Young infants’ reasoning about physical events involving inert and self-propelled objects - Yuyan Luo, Lisa Kaufman, Renée Baillargeon 2009-6

        Article Essential Lecture 3; Physical World & Social Cognition

      8. Comprehensive Longitudinal Study Challenges the Existence of Neonatal Imitation in Humans - Janine Oostenbroek, Thomas Suddendorf, Mark Nielsen, Jonathan Redshaw 2016

        Article Essential Lecture 3; Social Cognition

    4. FURTHER READING: Developmental Psychology Unit 2: Understanding of the Physical World and Social Cognition 7 items
      1. Who put the cog in infant cognition? Is rich interpretation too costly? - Marshall M. Haith 1998-1

        Article Further reading Lecture 3; Physical World & Social Cognition, Debates

      2. Reasoning about collisions involving inert objects in 7.5-month-old infants - Laura Kotovsky, Renee Baillargeon 2000

        Article Further reading Lecture 3; Physical World

      3. The perception of causality in infancy - Rebecca Saxe, Susan Carey 2006

        Article Further reading Lecture 3; Physical World

      4. Infants’ causal representations of state change events - Paul Muentener, Susan Carey 2010-9

        Article Further reading Lecture 3; Physical World & Social Cognition, Debates

      5. Imitation, memory, and the representation of persons - Andrew N. Meltzoff, M. Keith Moore 1994

        Article Further reading Lecture 3: Social Cognition

      6. Whose gaze will infants follow? The elicitation of gaze-following in 12-month-olds - Susan Johnson, Virginia Slaughter, Susan Carey 1998

        Article Further reading Lecture 3; Social Cognition

    5. ESSENTIAL READING: Developmental Psychology Unit 3: Theory of Mind in Typical Development and in Autism Spectrum Disorder 12 items
      1. Does the autistic child have a “theory of mind” ? - Simon Baron-Cohen, Alan M. Leslie, Uta Frith 1985

        Article Essential Lecture 4; Theory of Mind (Autism)

      2. Mechanical, behavioural and Intentional understanding of picture stories in autistic children - Simon Baron-Cohen, Alan M. Leslie, Uta Frith 1986

        Article Essential Lecture 4; Theory of Mind (Autism)

      3. Three-year-olds' difficulty with false belief: The case for a conceptual deficit - Josef Perner, Susan R. Leekam, Heinz Wimmer 1987

        Article Essential Lecture 4; Theory of Mind

      4. Exploration of the Autistic Child's Theory of Mind: Knowledge, Belief, and Communication - Josef Perner, Uta Frith, Alan M. Leslie, Susan R. Leekam 1989

        Article Essential Lecture 4; Theory of Mind (Autism)

      5. Where to look first for children's knowledge of false beliefs - Michael Siegal, Karen Beattie 1991

        Article Essential Lecture 4; Theory of Mind

      6. Two reasons to abandon the false belief task as a test of theory of mind - Paul Bloom, Tim P German 2000

        Article Essential Lecture 4: Theory of Mind

      7. Do 15-Month-Old Infants Understand False Beliefs? - Kristine H. Onishi, Renee Baillargeon 2005

        Article Essential Lecture 4: Theory of Mind

    6. FURTHER READING: Developmental Psychology Unit 3: Theory of Mind in Typical Development and in Autism Spectrum Disorder 13 items
      1. Young children's reasoning about beliefs - Henry M. Wellman, Karen Bartsch 1988

        Article Further reading Lecture 4; Theory of Mind

      2. Does the autistic child have a metarepresentational deficit? - Susan R. Leekam, Josef Perner 1991-9

        Article Further reading Lecture 4; Theory of Mind (Autism)

      3. Pretending and believing: issues in the theory of ToMM - Alan M. Leslie 1994

        Article Further reading Lecture 4; Theory of Mind

      4. Annotation: Current Psychological Theories of Autism: The "Theory of Mind" Account and Rival Theories - Francesca G. E. Happé 1994

        Article Further reading Lecture 4; Theory of Mind (Autism)

      5. Autism 1999

        Chapter Further reading Lecture 4; Autism, background reading

      6. Linking theory of mind and central coherence bias in autism and in the general population - Jarrold, Christopher, Butler, David W., Cottington, Emily M., Jimenez, Flora 2000

        Article Further reading Lecture 4; Theory of Mind

      7. Scaling of Theory-of-Mind Tasks - Henry M. Wellman and David Liu 2004

        Article Further reading Lecture 4; Theory of Mind

      8. Infants' Insight into the Mind: How Deep? - J. Perner, T. Ruffman 2005

        Article Further reading Lecture 4; Theory of Mind

      9. Now I see it but you don't: 14-month-olds can represent another person's visual perspective - Beate Sodian, Claudia Thoermer, Ulrike Metz 2007

        Article Further reading Lecture 4; Theory of Mind

      10. Cognitive theories of autism - Gnanathusharan Rajendran, Peter Mitchell 2007-6

        Article Further reading Lecture 4; Theory of Mind (Autism)

      11. Eighteen-month-olds understand false beliefs in an unexpected-contents task - David Buttelmann, Harriet Over, Malinda Carpenter, Michael Tomasello 2014-3

        Article Further reading Lecture 4; Theory of Mind

    7. ESSENTIAL READING: Developmental Psychology Unit 4: Language; typical and atypical development; biological vs. cultural influences 6 items
      1. Of human bonding: newborns prefer their mothers' voices - Anthony J. DeCasper, William P Fifer

        Chapter Essential Lecture 5; Language

      2. An instinct to acquire an art - Steven Pinker 2000

        Chapter Essential Lecture 5; Language

      3. Chatterboxes

        Chapter Essential Lecture 5; Language

      4. Culture or Biology?

        Chapter Essential Lecture 5; Language, Debates.

    8. FURTHER READING: Developmental Psychology Unit 4: Language; typical and atypical development; biological vs. cultural influences 3 items
      1. The development of communication and language 1999

        Chapter Further reading Lecture 5; Language, background reading.

      2. Rules of Language 1999

        Chapter Further reading Lecture 5; Language, background reading.

      3. Words, Words, Words - Steven Pinker 2000

        Chapter Further reading Lecture 5; Language, background reading.

    9. ESSENTIAL READING: Seminar 2 2 items
      Please read Chapter 4: Emily's World, Pages 33-39 only
      1. Child & adolescent life stories: perspectives from youth, parents, and teachers - Marguerite G. Lodico, Katherine H. Voegtle c2005 (electronic resource)

        Book Essential

    10. ESSENTIAL READING: Moral Development 1 item
      1. Developmental psychology - Patrick Leman, Andrew J. Bremner, Ross Parke, Mary Gauvain 2019

        Book Essential Read pages 417-429

    11. FURTHER READING: Moral Development 3 items
      1. The moral judgement of the child - Jean Piaget ©1965

        Book Further reading Reading the classic text can give you a better understanding of Piaget's work with children. It is not necessary to read the whole book but picking out sections of your interest will support your learning of the key themes.

    12. ESSENTIAL READING: Adolescence 2 items
      1. Adolescence and adulthood: transitions and transformations - Leo B. Hendry, Marion Kloep 2012

        Book Essential

      2. Developmental psychology: historical and philosophical perspectives 2020

        Book Essential Read Chapters 12-16 (Chapters 14 and 16 are most useful)

    13. FURTHER READING: Adolescence 1 item
      1. Playing and reality - D. W. Winnicott 2017

        Book Further reading Read 186-203

    14. ESSENTIAL READING: Development in older age 1 item
      1. Ageing and development: theories and research - Peter G. Coleman, Ann O'Hanlon 2004

        Book Essential

    15. FURTHER READING: Development in older age 2 items
      1. The Nostalgia factory: memory, time and ageing - D. Draaisma 2013

        Book Further reading

      2. Adult development & aging: biopsychosocial perspectives - Susan Krauss Whitbourne, Stacey B. Whitbourne

        Book Further reading

    16. ESSENTIAL READING: Personality & Intelligence 7 items
      1. Personality and Coping - Carver, Charles S. ; Connor-Smith, Jennifer 2010

        Article 

      2. The evolutionary genetics of personality - Penke, L ; Denissen, Jja ; Miller, Gf 2007

        Article 

      3. Introduction to Personality, Individual Differences and Intelligence - Nick Haslam, Luke Smillie, Richard D. Roberts, Timothy Bates 2017

        Book 

      4. Intelligence: Knowns and Unknowns. - Neisser, Ulric ; And Others 1996

        Article 

    17. FURTHER READING: Personality & Intelligence 16 items
      1. Familiarity and Differences in Self- and Other-Representations - Prentice, Deborah A. Sherman, Steven J. (editor) 1990

        Article 

      2. The evolutionary genetics of personality - Penke, L ; Denissen, Jja ; Miller, Gf 2007

        Article 

      3. Development of Personality in Early and Middle Adulthood: Set Like Plaster or Persistent Change? - Srivastava, Sanjay ; John, Oliver P. ; Gosling, Samuel D. ; Potter, Jeff Diener, Ed (editor) 2003

        Article 

      4. Clinical versus actuarial judgment. - Dawes, Robyn M. ; Faust, David ; Meehl, Paul E. 1989

        Article 

      5. Personality and Coping - Carver, Charles S. ; Connor-Smith, Jennifer 2010

        Article 

      6. Intelligence: New Findings and Theoretical Developments (vol 67, pg 130, 2012) - Nisbett, Re ; Aronson, J ; Blair, C ; Dickens, W ; Flynn, J ; Halpern, Df ; Turkheimer, E 2012

        Article 

      7. Human abilities: emotional intelligence. - Mayer, John D. ; Roberts, Richard D. ; Barsade, Sigal G. 2008

        Article 

      8. Introduction to Personality, Individual Differences and Intelligence - Nick Haslam, Luke Smillie, Richard D. Roberts, Timothy Bates 2017

        Book 

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