(PUBBasic Books)Tenth Anniversary Edition. ''Those who want to know what modern research into infant and child development has to say will be amply rewarded,''---New Republic. Challenges commonly held assumptions on how early experiences shape our lives. 352 pages, softcover.
The world-famous Harvard psychologist challenges many of psychology’s most deeply held assumptions about human development—arguing, for example, that early experience does not inexorably shape our lives and that the influence of the family is more subtle than has been supposed.
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