Basic research by J Gavin Bremner; Theodore D Wachs

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Meeting an infant’s socioemotional needs is seen as important as cognitive and academic growth. There is also a focus on threats to safety such as accidents, abuse, crime, and the origins of psychopathology. The recent return to romanticism has led to the growth of the holistic health and medicine movement with a focus on body awareness, yoga, massage, meditation, and the healing potential of relationships (Schneider, 1998). These ideas have their origins in ancient non-Western cultural beliefs, such as Chinese, Japanese, Indian, and Native American approaches.

Playing and reality. New York: Basic Books. Wooten, S. (1995). Touching the body reaching the soul: How touch influences the nature of human beings. Santa Fe, NM: Rosen Method Center Southwest. PART I Perceptual and Cognitive Development Introduction Part 1 reviews current research on development of perception, action, memory for and knowledge of the world. Since the first edition, a large body of new research has emerged on these topics, and the authors of the original chapters have updated their material to take account of this new research.

Empiricist views could be seen in the rise of education for infancy. Infant schools in the nineteenth century were meant for poor children, for early prevention of childhood disorders, for combating urban crime, teaching reading, or to give poor children proper middle-class values and supports (Clarke-Stewart, 1998). Infant schools later became available to middle-class families. In 1840, in Massachusetts, half of all 3-year-olds were enrolled in infant schools. Later in the nineteenth century, however, the practice of sending infants to school was condemned because it put too much pressure on children.

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