The Resource Early Development of Body Representations

Early Development of Body Representations

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Early Development of Body Representations
Title
Early Development of Body Representations
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Subject
Genre
Language
eng
Summary
This unique book presents current research on how young children perceive and think about their own and others' bodies
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MiAaPQ
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Slaughter, Virginia
LC call number
HM636 .E27 2012
Literary form
non fiction
Nature of contents
dictionaries
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  • Brownell, Celia A
  • ProQuest (Firm)
Series statement
Cambridge Studies in Cognitive and Perceptual Development
Series volume
v.13
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  • Body image
  • Human body -- Social aspects
Label
Early Development of Body Representations
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https://ebookcentral.proquest.com/lib/multco/detail.action?docID=807272
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online resource
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cr
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rdacarrier
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multicolored
Content category
text
Content type code
txt
Content type MARC source
rdacontent
Contents
  • Cover -- Early Development of Body Representations -- Title -- Copyright -- Contents -- Figures -- Tables -- Contributors -- Part I The bodily self -- 1 Primordial sense of embodied self-unity -- Primordial sense of embodied self-unity -- Embodied sense of self and unity at birth -- Presumed mental weakness of the pre-verbal child -- Distinguishing the experiential from the conceptual -- Criteria and evidence for basic experiential embodied unity at birth -- Primordial sense of an embodied self -- Embodied self-experience at birth -- Conclusions: from implicit to explicit embodied self-awareness in development -- References -- 2 The development of body representations: the integration of visual-proprioceptive information -- Visual-proprioceptive intermodal perception in infants -- What is the temporal threshold of visual-proprioceptive integration? -- How might the temporal discrimination threshold vary? -- Visual-proprioceptive integration and the development of the objective self -- Conclusion -- References -- 3 Emergence and early development of the body image -- Neural representation of the body and body parts -- Precursors in infancy: the body schema -- Emergence of the body image: early developments in body self-awareness -- Body structure -- Body topography -- Body parts -- Summary: early own-body knowledge -- Future directions -- References -- 4 Gulliver, Goliath and Goldilocks: young children and scale errors -- Documentation of the existence of scale errors -- Scale errors and the use of visual information for planning versus executing actions on objects -- Conclusion -- References -- Commentary on Part I The embodied mini-me: tracing the development of body representations and their role for self-awareness -- The body in the wonderland -- The multisensory body -- Looking for myself -- Mind the body -- References
  • Part II The bodies of others -- 5 Developing expertise in human body perception -- Expert body perception in adulthood -- How does visual expertise for the human body arise? -- Body detection develops relatively late in infancy -- Stimulus generalisation effects in infants' body detection -- Conclusion and future directions -- References -- 6 Children's representations of the human figure in their drawings -- Children's early mark-making -- The beginnings of representation -- The first, recognisable figures -- The development of a conventional figure -- How universal are children's attempts to draw the human figure? -- The representation of the human figure in different cultures -- The sources of cultural influence on children's drawings -- Individual characteristics and experiences -- Summary -- References -- 7 Understanding of human motion, form and levels of meaning: evidence from the perception of human point-light displays by infants and people with autism -- Levels of human bodily motion -- Human motion and PLDs -- Development of levels of understanding in infancy -- Early sensitivity to human motion -- 'Knowledge constraints' -- Evidence for perception of the physical properties of the hidden human form -- Attribution of psychological properties in infancy -- Summary -- Differences in the perception of levels of meaning: evidence from autism -- Conclusions -- References -- 8 How infants detect information in biological motion -- Behavioral work -- Electrophysiological measures: what and why? -- Electrophysiological understanding of BM in early development -- Directed attention? -- Integration and implications: towards a developmental cognitive neuroscience of social cognition? -- References -- 9 The integration of body representations and other inferential systems in infancy
  • Infants can use spatiotemporal information to individuate and track objects -- Privileged representations in infancy: people and the human body -- Do infants use their knowledge of hands to individuate them? -- References -- Commentary on Part II Yet another approach to development of body representations -- References -- Part III Bodily correspondences: integrating self and other -- 10 Prepared to learn about human bodies' goals and intentions -- Protracted learning about human body structure -- Early understanding of actions -- The principles used to understand the goals of human actions could drive learning about the human body -- Conclusions -- References -- 11 Imitation in infancy and the acquisition of body knowledge -- Can newborn infants imitate? -- Infant imitation beyond the newborn period -- Behavioral matching in one infant from 3 to 15 months of age -- Observing Yo -- The observations -- Insights from observing Yo -- Conclusions -- References -- 12 Infants' perception and production of crawling and walking movements -- Bidirectionality of perception and production in action understanding -- How do infants learn to crawl and walk? -- How do infants perceive crawling and walking? -- Relation of infants' motor production and perception -- Bidirectionality of perception and production in motor development -- References -- 13 The body in action: the impact of self-produced action on infants' action perception and understanding -- The importance of self-produced action for understanding others' actions -- Is self-produced action special? Comparing active and observational experience -- Recent empirical work: addressing two critical questions -- Experiment (1): the role of training and observational experience in infants' anticipation of tool use outcomes
  • Experiment (2): the impact of observing tool use success and failure on action anticipation -- Experiment (3): the impact of joint engagement on infants' action anticipation -- Outstanding questions and future directions -- Conclusions -- References -- Commentary on Part III Body and action representations for integrating self and other -- Recapitulation -- Integration -- Representing structure and function -- Faces -- Biological motion -- Limbs: feet -- Limbs: hands -- Full body -- Continuation -- From comparing different mechanisms to comparing similar mechanisms -- Conclusion -- References -- Index
Control code
EBC807272
Dimensions
unknown
Extent
1 online resource (302 pages)
Form of item
online
Isbn
9781139185394
Media category
computer
Media MARC source
rdamedia
Media type code
c
Note
Electronic reproduction. Ann Arbor, Michigan : ProQuest Ebook Central, 2018. Available via World Wide Web. Access may be limited to ProQuest Ebook Central affiliated libraries.
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unknown sound
Specific material designation
remote
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  • (MiAaPQ)EBC807272
  • (Au-PeEL)EBL807272
  • (CaPaEBR)ebr10520684
  • (CaONFJC)MIL337845
  • (OCoLC)773039610
Label
Early Development of Body Representations
Link
https://ebookcentral.proquest.com/lib/multco/detail.action?docID=807272
Publication
Copyright
Carrier category
online resource
Carrier category code
cr
Carrier MARC source
rdacarrier
Color
multicolored
Content category
text
Content type code
txt
Content type MARC source
rdacontent
Contents
  • Cover -- Early Development of Body Representations -- Title -- Copyright -- Contents -- Figures -- Tables -- Contributors -- Part I The bodily self -- 1 Primordial sense of embodied self-unity -- Primordial sense of embodied self-unity -- Embodied sense of self and unity at birth -- Presumed mental weakness of the pre-verbal child -- Distinguishing the experiential from the conceptual -- Criteria and evidence for basic experiential embodied unity at birth -- Primordial sense of an embodied self -- Embodied self-experience at birth -- Conclusions: from implicit to explicit embodied self-awareness in development -- References -- 2 The development of body representations: the integration of visual-proprioceptive information -- Visual-proprioceptive intermodal perception in infants -- What is the temporal threshold of visual-proprioceptive integration? -- How might the temporal discrimination threshold vary? -- Visual-proprioceptive integration and the development of the objective self -- Conclusion -- References -- 3 Emergence and early development of the body image -- Neural representation of the body and body parts -- Precursors in infancy: the body schema -- Emergence of the body image: early developments in body self-awareness -- Body structure -- Body topography -- Body parts -- Summary: early own-body knowledge -- Future directions -- References -- 4 Gulliver, Goliath and Goldilocks: young children and scale errors -- Documentation of the existence of scale errors -- Scale errors and the use of visual information for planning versus executing actions on objects -- Conclusion -- References -- Commentary on Part I The embodied mini-me: tracing the development of body representations and their role for self-awareness -- The body in the wonderland -- The multisensory body -- Looking for myself -- Mind the body -- References
  • Part II The bodies of others -- 5 Developing expertise in human body perception -- Expert body perception in adulthood -- How does visual expertise for the human body arise? -- Body detection develops relatively late in infancy -- Stimulus generalisation effects in infants' body detection -- Conclusion and future directions -- References -- 6 Children's representations of the human figure in their drawings -- Children's early mark-making -- The beginnings of representation -- The first, recognisable figures -- The development of a conventional figure -- How universal are children's attempts to draw the human figure? -- The representation of the human figure in different cultures -- The sources of cultural influence on children's drawings -- Individual characteristics and experiences -- Summary -- References -- 7 Understanding of human motion, form and levels of meaning: evidence from the perception of human point-light displays by infants and people with autism -- Levels of human bodily motion -- Human motion and PLDs -- Development of levels of understanding in infancy -- Early sensitivity to human motion -- 'Knowledge constraints' -- Evidence for perception of the physical properties of the hidden human form -- Attribution of psychological properties in infancy -- Summary -- Differences in the perception of levels of meaning: evidence from autism -- Conclusions -- References -- 8 How infants detect information in biological motion -- Behavioral work -- Electrophysiological measures: what and why? -- Electrophysiological understanding of BM in early development -- Directed attention? -- Integration and implications: towards a developmental cognitive neuroscience of social cognition? -- References -- 9 The integration of body representations and other inferential systems in infancy
  • Infants can use spatiotemporal information to individuate and track objects -- Privileged representations in infancy: people and the human body -- Do infants use their knowledge of hands to individuate them? -- References -- Commentary on Part II Yet another approach to development of body representations -- References -- Part III Bodily correspondences: integrating self and other -- 10 Prepared to learn about human bodies' goals and intentions -- Protracted learning about human body structure -- Early understanding of actions -- The principles used to understand the goals of human actions could drive learning about the human body -- Conclusions -- References -- 11 Imitation in infancy and the acquisition of body knowledge -- Can newborn infants imitate? -- Infant imitation beyond the newborn period -- Behavioral matching in one infant from 3 to 15 months of age -- Observing Yo -- The observations -- Insights from observing Yo -- Conclusions -- References -- 12 Infants' perception and production of crawling and walking movements -- Bidirectionality of perception and production in action understanding -- How do infants learn to crawl and walk? -- How do infants perceive crawling and walking? -- Relation of infants' motor production and perception -- Bidirectionality of perception and production in motor development -- References -- 13 The body in action: the impact of self-produced action on infants' action perception and understanding -- The importance of self-produced action for understanding others' actions -- Is self-produced action special? Comparing active and observational experience -- Recent empirical work: addressing two critical questions -- Experiment (1): the role of training and observational experience in infants' anticipation of tool use outcomes
  • Experiment (2): the impact of observing tool use success and failure on action anticipation -- Experiment (3): the impact of joint engagement on infants' action anticipation -- Outstanding questions and future directions -- Conclusions -- References -- Commentary on Part III Body and action representations for integrating self and other -- Recapitulation -- Integration -- Representing structure and function -- Faces -- Biological motion -- Limbs: feet -- Limbs: hands -- Full body -- Continuation -- From comparing different mechanisms to comparing similar mechanisms -- Conclusion -- References -- Index
Control code
EBC807272
Dimensions
unknown
Extent
1 online resource (302 pages)
Form of item
online
Isbn
9781139185394
Media category
computer
Media MARC source
rdamedia
Media type code
c
Note
Electronic reproduction. Ann Arbor, Michigan : ProQuest Ebook Central, 2018. Available via World Wide Web. Access may be limited to ProQuest Ebook Central affiliated libraries.
Sound
unknown sound
Specific material designation
remote
System control number
  • (MiAaPQ)EBC807272
  • (Au-PeEL)EBL807272
  • (CaPaEBR)ebr10520684
  • (CaONFJC)MIL337845
  • (OCoLC)773039610

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