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- Taylor and Francis 2007; US$ 49.95
Why do children play? What can children learn from playing? What have psychologists learned from 150 years of studying play ? usually a bit too seriously? The Development of Play explores the central role of play in childhood development. David Cohen examines how children play with objects, with language, and most importantly with each other... more...
- Taylor and Francis 2014; US$ 53.95
This is a Classic Edition of David Cohen?s unique collection of interviews with eminent psychologists, first published in 1977. The book presents conversations with thirteen of the world?s great psychologists, who dominated the subject from 1950 to 1980, and who shaped psychology as we know it today. Those interviewed include Burrhus Skinner, Donald... more...
- Crown Publishing Group 2014; US$ 18.00
LEANER, STRONGER, FITTER?FASTER Sick and tired of hearing what?s wrong with you and your body? You?re not alone. It?s time for a new conversation?and a new plan for treating, feeding, and moving your body in ways that build on your strengths inside and out. Strong is sexy. Strong is powerful. Strong is achievable. With STRONG IS THE NEW SKINNY... more...
- Wiley 2006; US$ 21.99
What does being a dad in the 21st Century really mean? Men today want to play an active role in the upbringing of their children; that means knowing how to cope with them, play with them, control them and love them. Becoming a father however, can be an extremely daunting prospect, after all it is completely uncharted territory. This wonderful book... more...
- Taylor and Francis 2006; US$ 37.50
Play is an important part of our development. In playing, we learn to move, think, speak and imagine, as well as cope with other people. This second edition of The Development of Play addresses these key functions that play serves. David Cohen examines how children play with objects, with language, and most importantly, with each other and their... more...
- Taylor and Francis 2005; US$ 26.99
* How do we get from helpless baby to knowing, ironic teenager? * Is cognition a question of learning and environment or heredity? * What impact do television and computers have on cognitive development? Cognitive Development - how we learn to think, perceive, remember, talk, reason and learn - is a central topic in the field of psychology. In this... more...
- Andrews UK 2011; US$ 6.99
The story of Freud's involvement with cocaine and how it affected research long after he died... The book tells of a number of drug related tragedies Freud was involved in including the death of Ernest Fleischl and that of the less well known Otto Gross who was a good analyst, a cocaine addict and has advanced ideas about sex which led him to founding... more...
- Random House New Zealand 2010; US$ 25.93
A father explores his son's autism, and delivers a hopeful message. A Perfect World is a unique international survey, drawing on scores of lengthy interviews conducted over four years, as well as being a moving family memoir. It offers new insights on the diagnosis of autism, intervention therapy, research and special-needs learning. It is a... more...
- Random House New Zealand 2011; US$ 25.93
A unique and powerful look at a New Zealand experiment in social welfare gone wrong. From the late 1950s to the mid 1980s, when most of them were closed down, the New Zealand government maintained 26 residences for children and teenagers. Some of those children had the bad fortune to come from families with large numbers of children and who couldn't... more...