Her research has been funded through the national science foundation the spencer foundation and the national institutes of health she is the author of making decisions that matter how people face important life choices erlbaum 2002 as well as a textbook cognitive development infancy through adolescence sage 2011. Written in kathleen m galottis signature engaging style this text is a dynamic examination of cognitive development from infancy through adolescence updated and reorganized throughout the second edition weaves together a variety of theoretical perspectives while considering issues of research methodology introductory chapters cover . Infancy cognitive development angela oswalt msw every day while they interact with and learn about their environment they are creating new connections and pathways between nerve cells both within their brains and between their brains and bodies. Development infancy through adolescense development infancy through adolescence laurence steinberg deborah vandell marc bornstein no preview available 2010 he received his phd from yale university and has since focused on studying aspects of cognitive emotional and language development across the lifespan and on parent child . Cognitive changes child psychologist jean piaget documented cognitive changes beginning in adolescence through adulthood 1 he called this period of cognitive development formal operations during this time teenagers experience an intellectual growth spurt where their thinking becomes more abstract and their problem solving more systematic
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