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Table of contents:
1. Human ontogeny: a longitudinal perspective David Magnusson; 2. Genes, experience and development Sandra Scarr; 3. The human brain and longitudinal research in human development Paul Casaer; 4. Longitudinal research and a biology of human brain development and behaviour Verne S. Caviness, Jr.; 5. Cognitive, social and emotional development F. E. Weinert and W. Schneider; 6. Developmental psychopathology some historical and current perspectives Norman Garmezy; 7. Developmental psychopathogy as a research perspective Michael Rutter; 8. Longitudinal research on human aging: the power of combining real-time microgenetic and simulation approaches Andreas Kruse; 9. Development, aging and control: empirical and theoretical issues Jochen Brandtstadter; 10. Some methodological issues in longitudinal research: looking ahead Lars R. Bergman; 11. The longitudinal research approach and its ethics Bertil Torestad and Paul Casaer.
This book examines the scope for longitudinal studies in a range of developmental fields, emphasising the advantages of this approach for the investigation of causal mechanisms and processes and the dynamics of development over the life-span.
This book examines the scope for longitudinal studies in a range of developmental fields.