5 edition of Imitation in infancy found in the catalog.
Includes bibliographical references and index.
|Statement||edited by Jacqueline Nadel and George Butterworth.|
|Series||Cambridge studies in cognitive perceptual development|
|Contributions||Nadel, Jacqueline., Butterworth, George.|
|LC Classifications||BF723.I53 I54 1999|
|The Physical Object|
|Pagination||x, 290 p. :|
|Number of Pages||290|
|LC Control Number||99213860|
VIII. Discuss how intelligence is measured in infancy and findings regarding infant intelligence. The most commonly used measure of infant intelligence is the BSID-III, or Bayley III o appropriate for infants from 2 months through 30 months of age. Imitation in infancy: Its interpersonal aspects. In M. Perlmutter (Ed.), The Minnesota Symposia on Child Psychology: Vol. Parent-child interactions and parentchild relations in child development (pp. 1–32).Cited by:
First published in , this book brings together the extensive modern evidence for innate imitation in babies. Modern research has shown imitation to be a natural mechanism of learning and communication which deserves to be at centre stage in developmental psychology. Yet the very possibility of imitation in newborn humans has had a controversial history. Defining imitation has proved to be. Imitation requires the imitator to solve the correspondence problem--to translate visual information from modelled action into matching motor output. It has been widely accepted for some 30 years that the correspondence problem is solved by a specialized, innate cognitive mechanism. This is the conclusion of a poverty of the stimulus argument, realized in the active intermodal matching model Cited by:
The Emergence of Symbols: Cognition and Communication in Infancy provides information pertinent to the nature and origin of symbols, the interdependence of language and thought, and the parallels between phylogeny and ontogeny. This book clarifies some of the conceptual and methodological issues involved in the search for prerequisites to zed into seven . According to Jean Piaget's () approach, imitation is a manifestation of the child's intelligence; the development of imitation is closely related to cognitive development during the sensorimotor period. Piaget claims that the limits of each stage in the development of imitation are set by the infant's cognitive capacity at the : Olga Maratos.
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Starting in the s, there was a challenge to this view. Studies of young infants suggested that they have a much greater understanding of the world than Piaget proposed.
Defining imitation has proved to be far from straightforward and scientific evidence for its existence in neonates is only now becoming accepted, despite more than a century of enquiry.
In this book, some of the world's foremost researchers on imitation and intellectual development review evidence for 5/5(1).
ISBN: OCLC Number: Description: x, pages: illustrations ; 24 cm: Contents: Introduction: immediate imitation rehabilitated at last / Jacqueline Nadel and George Butterworth --Persons and representation: why infant imitation is important for theories of human development / Andrew N.
Meltzoff and M. Keith Moore --Genesis and development of early infant. Imitation in Infancy by Jacqueline Nadel,available at Book Depository with free delivery worldwide. Imitation (The Imitation Series, Book 1) - Kindle edition by Hildenbrand, Heather. Download it once and read it on your Kindle device, PC, phones or tablets.
Use features like bookmarks, note taking and highlighting while reading Imitation (The Imitation Series, Book 1)/5(). One-way ANCOVAs were conducted to assess whether media exposure times influenced infants’ imitation scores in the book or TV imitation conditions.
This analysis indicated no effect of daily book exposure time on imitation from books; it only accounted for 1% of the variance in infants’ imitation scores, F(1, 55), p, partial η 2 Cited by: To assess imitation from the book Imitation in infancy book compared e each groups’ picture book imitation scores to the baseline score (see Fig.
1, grey bars vs. white bar). Infants in the prior exposure group performed significantly above baseline (paired t -test; t (12) =p =d = ), thus exhibiting : Gabrielle Simcock, Michelle Heron-Delaney.
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Free shipping for many products. The third section of the book focuses on the social and emotional motives for imitation in infancy. Chapters are: (5) "What Infants' Imitations Communicate: With Mothers, with Fathers, and with Peers" (Colwyn Trevarthen, Theano Kokkinaki, and Geraldo Fiamenghi, Jr.); and (6) "Imitation as Activity: Its Developmental Aspects" (Ina Uzgiris).Cited by: Imitation, which requires a long list of different kinds of knowledge and cognitive and social skills, is probably no exception.
However, research on imitation in infancy has been strongly influenced by preformationism—the view that development is the Cited by: Although picture‐book reading is commonplace during infancy, little is known about the impact of this activity on learning.
A previous study showed that 18‐ and 24‐month‐olds imitated a novel action sequence presented in a book that was illustrated with realistic color photos, whereas they failed to imitate from books illustrated with less realistic by: Heather Hildenbrand's Imitation is a creative look at the world of human cloning through a young adult's eyes.
The first couple of chapters were a little slow, but, the book is well worth it. By the end of the book, you are fully vested in the characters of Ven and Linc. In my opinion, this book really starts when Ven gets her mission/5. The social context of imitation in infancy.
The authors found that month-olds imitated the action sequence from a book only when the conditions at testing matched those at encoding.
From earliest infancy, a typically developing child imitates or mirrors the facial expressions, postures and gestures, and emotional behavior of others. Where does this capacity come from, and what function does it serve.
What happens when imitation is impaired. Synthesizing cutting-edge research emerging from a range of disciplines, this important book examines the role of imitation in both Cited by: An overview of existing data on imitation in infancy suggests that changes in the direction of imitation research are underway.
The widely accepted view that newborn infants imitate lacks. There is a pendulum that swings back and forth in the study of child development. The work of Piaget generally assumed that infants have very little knowledge and react to the sights and sounds. This is the first study to show that prior exposure to the stimuli facilitates picture-book imitation.
Abstract We examined whether month-olds could imitate a novel action sequence from a picture book, and whether or not pre-exposure to the objects before reading the book would facilitate : Gabrielle Simcock, Michelle Heron-Delaney. Although picture-book reading is commonplace during infancy, little is known about the impact of this activity on learning.
A previous study showed that and month-olds imitated a novel action sequence presented in a book that was illustrated with realistic color photos, whereas they failed to imitate from books illustrated with less realistic by: 11 Imitation in infancy and the acquisition of body knowledge Susan Jones and Hanako Yoshida This chapter is about how the study of imitation in infancy can contribute to our understanding of the origins of body knowledge.
If we define imitation as imitation that is relevant to the topic of this book. That component is a comFile Size: 1MB. Imitation in Infancy This is the ﬁrst book to bring together the extensive modern evidence for innate imitation in porary research has shown imita-tion to be a natural mechanism of learning and communication which deserves to be at centre stage in developmental ,the very.
In this book, some of the world's foremost researchers on imitation and intellectual development review evidence for imitation in newborn babies. They discuss the development of imitation in infancy, in both normal and atypical populations and in comparison with other primate species, stressing the fundamental importance of imitation in human Cited by: 1.
Introduction. Infancy as a field of study. Methods of studying infancy. The structure of the book -- 2. Physical and motor development before and after birth.
Development before birth. Birth and beyond. Links with later chapters -- 3. Perceptual development. Visual perception of two-dimensional stimuli.
Visual perception in three : Imitation of Life is the demonstration of the sad reality that the book is not always better than the movie. Or, in this case, movies. Sometimes, the changes in a If you haven't seen either the or versions of Imitation of Life, this review will have some spoilers, because I discuss how the book is different from its cinematic descendants/5.