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Social Cognition in Middle Childhood and Adolescence: Integrating the Personal, Social, and Educational Lives of Young People

Social Cognition in Middle Childhood and Adolescence: Integrating the Personal, Social, and Educational Lives of Young People

Sandra Bosacki

ISBN: 978-1-118-93795-2

Oct 2016

352 pages

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$104.95

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Bridging psychological theory and educational practice, this is an innovative textbook on the emotional and social aspects of young people’s development. Bosacki’s Social Cognition in Middle Childhood and Adolescence, First Edition moves beyond tradition cognitivist representations of how children learn and grow, focusing on how to integrate the emotional, cognitive, moral, spiritual and social in young people’s experiences. This text bridges the gap between theory and practice; analyses cutting edge research and translates it into culturally sensitive and developmentally appropriate strategies for future educational practice.

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Preface ix

Acknowledgments xi

Introduction 1

Part I Foundations 13

1 Social Cognitive Abilities and School Experiences of Young People: Theory and Evidence 15

2 Developmental Social Cognition and Research Methodologies 34

Part II Social Cognitive Educational and Developmental Research: Self 55

3 The Cognitive Self: Language and Executive Functions 57

4 The Emotional Self: Self]Development and Emotional Regulation 82

5 The Moral Self: Morality, Spirituality, and Self]Development 109

Part III Social Cognitive Educational and Developmental Research: Social 133

6 Peer Relationships 135

7 Family Relationships 157

8 Gender and Culture 188

Part IV Ecologies of Social Cognitive Development 223

9 Digital Worlds and Social Media 225

10 Social Cognition and Behavioral and Emotional Challenges 248

Part V Future Questions and Implications for Practice: Helping Young People to Move Forward 277

11 Developmental Social Cognitive Pedagogy 279

12 Beyond Social Cognition 307

Conclusion: Closing Thoughts and New Questions 324

Index 328