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  1. Core Texts 9 items
    1. Developmental Psychology 2 items
      1. Developmental psychology: childhood and adolescence - David Reed Shaffer, Katherine Kipp 2014

        Book Essential An earlier edition of this book is also available from the Library

      2. The Blackwell reader in developmental psychology - Slater, Alan, Muir, Darwin 1999

        Book Essential

    2. Social Psychology 5 items
      1. Social cognition: an integrated introduction - Martha Augoustinos 2014

        Book Essential An earlier edition of this book is also available from the Library

      2. An introduction to social psychology - Miles Hewstone, Wolfgang Stroebe, Klaus Jonas 2015

        Book Essential

      3. Social psychology - Michael A. Hogg, Graham M. Vaughan 2013

        Book Essential PLEASE NOTE: the e-book linked to here is a single user licence. If you are unable to access it, please try again later. Alternatively, the previous edition of this book (6th ed, 2011) is available from the Library in both print and ebook formats.

      4. Social psychology: revisiting the classic studies - Joanne Roberta Smith 2017

        Book Essential

      5. Social psychology - Sutton, Robbie, Douglas, Karen 2013

        Book Essential Supplemental text

    3. Methodology (across all blocks) 2 items
      1. Research methods in social relations - Hoyle, Rick H., Harris, Monica J., Judd, Charles M. 2002

        Book Essential

      2. Research methods and statistics in psychology - S. Alexander Haslam, Craig McGarty 2014

        Book Essential

  2. Essay Topic Sessions 20 items
    1. Session A: Understanding mental states in infancy? 6 items
      Recommended Readings:
      1. Handbook of bullying in schools: an international perspective - Shane R. Jimerson, Susan M. Swearer, Dorothy Lynn Espelage 2010

        Book Recommended

      2. False-belief understanding in infants - Renée Baillargeon, Rose M. Scott, Zijing He 2010

        Article Recommended

    2. Session B: Play 10 items
      Recommended Readings:
      1. The impact of pretend play on children's development: a review of the evidence - Angeline S. Lillard, Matthew D. Lerner, Emily J. Hopkins, Rebecca A. Dore 2013

        Article Recommended

      2. Rough and tumble play from childhood through to adolescence: development and possible functions (chapter 22) 2004

        Chapter Recommended This chapter is also available from the Library's Xerox Collection [XER15055]

      3. The child at school: interactions with peers and teachers - Anthony D. Pellegrini, Peter Blatchford, Ed Baines 2016

        Book Recommended See chapter 4: 'Children's Play' (pp. 69-104)

      4. Children's play - W. George Scarlett 2005

        Book Recommended

      5. Play: types and functions in human development - P.K. Smith 2005

        Chapter Recommended Available as a digitised document on the KLE. This chapter is also available from the Library's Xerox Collection [XER15375]

      6. Social and pretend play in children - P.K. Smith 2005

        Chapter Recommended This chapter is also available from the Library's Xerox Collection [XER15376]

      7. Understanding children's development - Peter K. Smith, Helen Cowie, Mark Blades 2015

        Book Recommended See chapter 7: 'Play'. Available as a digitised document on the KLE

    3. Session C: Gender development 4 items
      Recommended Readings:
      1. Development of Gender Attitude Traditionality Across Middle Childhood and Adolescence - Ann C. Crouter, Shawn D. Whiteman, Susan M. McHale, D. Wayne Osgood 2007

        Article Recommended

      2. Testosterone during Pregnancy and Gender Role Behavior of Preschool Children: A Longitudinal, Population Study - Melissa Hines, Susan Golombok, John Rust, Katie J. Johnston 2002

        Article Recommended

  3. Digitised Readings 2 items
    1. Play - Peter K. Smith, Helen Cowie, Mark Blades 2015

      Chapter 

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