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Studying parent-child interaction with hyperscanning
Trinh Nguyen, Anna Bánki, Gabriela Markova and Stefanie Hoehl
2. Importance of body representations in social-cognitive development: New insights from infant brain science
Andrew N. Meltzoff and Peter J. Marshall
3. Early maturation of the social brain: How brain development provides a platform for the acquisition of social-cognitive competence
Judit Ciarrusta, Ralica Dimitrova and Grainne McAlonan
4. Using head-mounted eye-trackers to study sensory-motor dynamics of coordinated attention
Chi-hsin Chen, Claire Monroy, Derek M. Houston and Chen Yu
5. Motion tracking in developmental research: Methods, considerations, and applications
Johanna E. van Schaik and Nadia Dominici
6. Getting a grip on early intention understanding: The role of motor, cognitive, and social factors
Charlotte L. de Moor and Sarah A. Gerson
7. Theory of mind development: State of the science and future directions
8. How an infant's active response to structured experience supports perceptual-cognitive development
Sori Baek, Sagi Jaffe-Dax and Lauren Emberson
9. Becoming better together. The early development of interpersonal coordination
Marlene Meyer and Sabine Hunnius
10. The developmental emergence of morality: A review of current theoretical perspectives
11. Culture and early social-cognitive development
Joscha Kärtner, Nils Schuhmacher and Marta Giner Torréns
12. Insights from comparative research on social and cultural learning
Trix Cacchione and Federica Amici
13. Social attention: What is it, how can we measure it, and what can it tell us about autism and ADHD?
Eleanor K. Braithwaite, Anna Gui and Emily J.H. Jones
New Perspectives on Early Social-Cognitive Development, Volume 258 in the Progress in Brain Research series, highlights new advances in the field, with this new volume presenting interesting chapters on topics such as Dynamics of Coordinated Attention, Investigating the Role of Neural Body Maps in Early Social-Cognitive Development: New Insights from Infant MEG and EEG, Motion tracking in developmental research: Methodological considerations and social-cognitive developmental applications, Early maturation of the social brain: How brain development provides a platform for the acquisition of social-cognitive competence, Getting a grip on early intention understanding: The role of motor, cognitive, and social factors, and much more.
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