The Caring Child (The Developing Child)

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Much of this century's empirical research in the social sciences has been devoted to understanding the causes and contributing factors of antisocial behavior. In studies of children's moral reasoning and conduct, developmental psychologists have probed the cognitive and social bases of aggression, conflict, delinquency, and prejudice. In contrast to psychology's lengthy preoccupation with negative behavior in children, the study of children's altruistic, cooperative, and sharing behavior has a relatively short history.

The Caring Child provides the most up-to-date account of our current understanding of the motivations behind prosocial behaviors and how these motives develop and are elicited in various situations. When do children first exhibit prosocial behavior, particularly altruism? How do helping, sharing, and comforting behaviors change with age? Why are some children more caring than others? Are differences among children's prosocial behaviors a result of hereditary factors, of how children are raised, or both? Can prosocial tendencies be enhanced by parents' and educators' deliberate attempts to instill altruistic motives and to teach caring behaviors?

Nancy Eisenberg broadens our concept of the moral potential of children as she shifts the focus from censoring antisocial behaviors to the active promotion of kindness and caring in children.

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'The Caring Child' provides the most up-to-date account of our current understanding of the motivation behind prosocial behaviors and how these motives develop and are elicited in various situations.

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This brief but information-packed book, by an important and prolific contributor to the study of helpful and generous behavior in children, provides a useful review of the existing research on the caring child. (Ervin Staub Contemporary Psychology)

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Descrizione libro HARVARD UNIVERSITY PRESS, United States, 1992. Paperback. Condizione libro: New. Language: English . Brand New Book ***** Print on Demand *****.Much of the 20th century s empirical research in the social sciences has been devoted to understanding the causes and contributing factors of antisocial behaviour. In studies of children s moral reasoning and conduct, developmental psychologists have probed the cognitive and social bases of aggression, conflict delinquency, and prejudice. In contrast to psychology s lengthy preoccupation with negative behaviour in children, the study of children s altruistic, cooperative, and sharing behaviour has a relatively short history. The Caring Child aims to provide the most up-to-date account of our current understanding of the motivations behind prosocial behaviours and how these motives develop and are elicited in various situations. When do children first exhibit prosocial behaviour, particularly altruism? How do helping, sharing, and comforting behaviour change with age? Are differences among children s prosocial behaviours a result of hereditary factors, of how children are raised, or both? Can prosocial tendencies be enhanced by parents and educators deliberate attempts to instill altruistic motives and to teach caring behaviours? Nancy Eisenberg seeks to broaden our concept of the moral potential of children as she shifts the focus from censoring antisocial behaviours to the active promotion of kindness and caring in children. Codice libro della libreria APC9780674097261

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Descrizione libro HARVARD UNIVERSITY PRESS, United States, 1992. Paperback. Condizione libro: New. Language: English . Brand New Book ***** Print on Demand *****. Much of the 20th century s empirical research in the social sciences has been devoted to understanding the causes and contributing factors of antisocial behaviour. In studies of children s moral reasoning and conduct, developmental psychologists have probed the cognitive and social bases of aggression, conflict delinquency, and prejudice. In contrast to psychology s lengthy preoccupation with negative behaviour in children, the study of children s altruistic, cooperative, and sharing behaviour has a relatively short history. The Caring Child aims to provide the most up-to-date account of our current understanding of the motivations behind prosocial behaviours and how these motives develop and are elicited in various situations. When do children first exhibit prosocial behaviour, particularly altruism? How do helping, sharing, and comforting behaviour change with age? Are differences among children s prosocial behaviours a result of hereditary factors, of how children are raised, or both? Can prosocial tendencies be enhanced by parents and educators deliberate attempts to instill altruistic motives and to teach caring behaviours? Nancy Eisenberg seeks to broaden our concept of the moral potential of children as she shifts the focus from censoring antisocial behaviours to the active promotion of kindness and caring in children. Codice libro della libreria APC9780674097261

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Descrizione libro Harvard University Press 2/1/1992, 1992. Paperback or Softback. Condizione libro: New. The Caring Child. Book. Codice libro della libreria BBS-9780674097261

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Descrizione libro Harvard University Press. Paperback. Condizione libro: New. Paperback. 102 pages. Dimensions: 8.2in. x 5.4in. x 0.6in.Much of the 20th centurys empirical research in the social sciences has been devoted to understanding the causes and contributing factors of antisocial behaviour. In studies of childrens moral reasoning and conduct, developmental psychologists have probed the cognitive and social bases of aggression, conflict delinquency, and prejudice. In contrast to psychologys lengthy preoccupation with negative behaviour in children, the study of childrens altruistic, cooperative, and sharing behaviour has a relatively short history. The Caring Child aims to provide the most up-to-date account of our current understanding of the motivations behind prosocial behaviours and how these motives develop and are elicited in various situations. When do children first exhibit prosocial behaviour, particularly altruism How do helping, sharing, and comforting behaviour change with age Are differences among childrens prosocial behaviours a result of hereditary factors, of how children are raised, or both Can prosocial tendencies be enhanced by parents and educators deliberate attempts to instill altruistic motives and to teach caring behaviours Nancy Eisenberg seeks to broaden our concept of the moral potential of children as she shifts the focus from censoring antisocial behaviours to the active promotion of kindness and caring in children. This item ships from multiple locations. Your book may arrive from Roseburg,OR, La Vergne,TN. Paperback. Codice libro della libreria 9780674097261

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