The Self In Infancy Theory and Research by Philippe Rochat PDF

By Philippe Rochat

ISBN-10: 0444819258

ISBN-13: 9780444819253

The origins of information concerning the self is arguably the main basic challenge of psychology. it's a vintage subject that has preoccupied nice psychologists, starting with William James and Freud. On interpreting present literature, ultra-modern developmental psychologists and ethologists are basically expressing a renewed curiosity within the subject. in addition, fresh growth within the research of baby and animal habit, offers vital and really new insights concerning the origins of self-knowledge.This e-book is a set of present theoretical perspectives and study at the self in early infancy, sooner than self-identification and the well-documented emergence of reflect self-recognition. the point of interest is at the early experience of self of the younger toddler. Its objective is to supply an account of contemporary study substantiating the precursors of self-recognition and self-identification. by way of focusing on early infancy, the ebook presents an up-to-date examine the origins of self-knowledge.

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The opposite effect can also be observed, though less often. Under some conditions, genuine parts of the biological body are not perceived as belonging to the self. Our arms and legs, for example, are parts of our ecological selves only so long as they can be engaged in purposeful movement. A limb that cannot be deliberately moved, as in the "neglect" syndrome of clinical neuropsychology, is often experienced as a disturbing foreign object: What is this leg doing in my bed with me (Heilman, Watson, & Valenstein, 1985)?

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