Neuroscience of Cognitive Development: The Role of Experience and the Developing Brain
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—Janet Werker, Univeristy of British Columbia
"I think it is a great project that will make an excellent textbook. . . . I was very pleased with the way it handled a number of complex issues. . ."
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"I think these two components of the project [connection made between brain and behavior, explanation of why all developmental psychologists need to know this material] will ensure its success as a textbook."--Amy Needham, Duke University
"In my opinion, this book is likely to be a truly outstanding summary of what is known about the relation between brain development and cognition. Charles Nelson is the primary authority on this topic, and Michelle deHaan is also a recognized authority."
—Judy deLoache, University of Virginia