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The Development of Self-Regulatory Mechanisms.

By: Walcher, Dwain N.
Contributor(s): Peters, Donald L.
Material type: TextTextSeries: eBooks on Demand.Publisher: Saint Louis : Elsevier Science, 2014Copyright date: ©1971Description: 1 online resource (270 pages).Content type: text Media type: computer Carrier type: online resourceISBN: 9781483274164.Subject(s): Biological control systems -- Congresses | Child development -- Congresses | Infants -- CongressesGenre/Form: Electronic books.Additional physical formats: Print version:: The Development of Self-Regulatory MechanismsDDC classification: 612/.8 LOC classification: QH508 -- .W353 1971Online resources: Click here to view this ebook.
Contents:
Front Cover -- The Development of Self-Regulatory Mechanisms -- Copyright Page -- Table of Contents -- CONTRIBUTORS -- CONFERENCE PARTICIPANTS -- FOREWORD -- ACKNOWLEDGMENT -- CHAPTER 1. CONFERENCE OVERVIEW -- BIOLOGICAL REGULATORY MECHANISMS -- EARLY SELF-REGULATORY BEHAVIOR -- THOUGHTFUL SELF-REGULATION -- MODELS OF HUMAN SELF-REGULATION -- IMPLICATIONS FOR FUTURE ACTION -- CHAPTER 2. ROLE OF EXPERIENCE IN DEVELOPMENT OF NEUROPHYSIOLOGICAL REGULATORY MECHANISMS AND IN ORGANIZATION OF THE BRAIN -- TRIAL-AND-ERROR SELF-ORGANIZATION AS A SUPPLEMENT TO LIMITED GENETIC INFORMATION -- ONTOGENY OF REGULATION OF INTAKE OF FOOD -- MEASURABLE CHANGES IN BRAIN AS CONSEQUENCES OF DIFFERENTIAL EXPERIENCE -- DISCUSSION -- CONCLUSIONS -- REFERENCES -- DISCUSSION -- CHAPTER 3. EFFECTS OF HANDLING IN INFANCY UPON ADULT BEHAVIOR AND ADRENOCORTICAL ACTIVITY: SUGGESTIONS FOR A NEUROENDOCRINE MECHANISM -- EFFECTS OF HANDLING IN INFANCY UPON LATER BEHAVIOR -- EFFECTS OF HANDLING IN INFANCY UPON THE ADRENAL AND THE PLASMA CORTICOSTERONE RESPONSE AND EMOTIONALITY -- NEONATAL SEX HORMONES AND BEHAVIOR: A MODEL FOR INFANTILE STIMULATION -- STUDIES INVOLVING CORTICOSTERONE AS PART OF THE MECHANISM OF INFANTILE STIMULATION -- STUDIES ON THE PITUITARY-ADRENAL SYSTEM OF THE NEONATAL RAT -- SUMMARY -- REFERENCES -- DISCUSSION -- SPECIAL REMARKS OF DR. LEWIS LIPSITT -- CHAPTER 4. DETERMINANTS OF AN INFANT'S CARDIAC RESPONSE TO STIMULATION -- GENERAL PROCEDURE -- RESPONSE MEASURES -- AVERAGE RESPONSE -- MONOPHASIC OR DIPHASIC RESPONSE -- INITIAL VALUE -- ACCELERATION OR DECELERATION (CROSSOVER POINT) -- BEHAVIORAL STATE -- GENERAL SUMMARY -- REFERENCES -- DISCUSSION -- CHAPTER 5. ATTENTION IN THE INFANT: AVENUE TO THE STUDY OF COGNITIVE DEVELOPMENT -- THE MEASUREMENT OF ATTENTION -- COMPLEXITY, CONTOUR, RATE OF CHANGE, AND AGE -- RESPONSE TO DISCREPANCY -- CONCLUSIONS.
ACKNOWLEDGMENTS -- REFERENCES -- DISCUSSION -- CHAPTER 6. THE SENSORY-MOTOR ORIGINS OF KNOWLEDGE1,2 -- THE DEVELOPMENT OF THE UNIVERSE: THE ORIGIN OF THE CATEGORIES OF KNOWLEDGE -- FROM SENSORY-MOTOR ACTIVITIES TO THE SEMIOTIC FUNCTION -- CONCLUSIONS -- REFERENCES -- CHAPTER 7. OF LANGUAGE KNOWLEDGE, APES, AND BRAINS -- LANGUAGE KNOWLEDGE: FORMAL CONSTANTS OF COGNITIVE ACHIEVEMENT -- APES: HEURISTICS OF CROSS-SPECIES COMPARISON OF COGNITIVE FUNCTION -- BRAINS: PRELIMINARIES TO THEORIZING -- DISCUSSION -- REFERENCES -- DISCUSSION -- CHAPTER 8. THE INTERPERSONAL REGULATION OF BEHAVIOR -- Text -- REFERENCES -- DISCUSSION -- CHAPTER 9. REGULATORY FUNCTIONS IN COMPUTER MODELS -- COMPUTER PROGRAM STRUCTURES -- EXAMPLES OF SELF-REGULATION -- FINAL COMMENTS -- REFERENCES -- DISCUSSION -- CHAPTER 10. THE DEVELOPMENT OF SELF-REGULATORY MECHANISMS: EPILOG -- SELF-REGULATORY MECHANISMS -- THE DYNAMIC INTERACTIONAL VIEW OF HUMAN DEVELOPMENT -- THE PROCESSES OF INDIVIDUALIZATION -- RESEARCH IMPLICATIONS -- REFERENCES -- AUTHOR INDEX -- SUBJECT INDEX.
Summary: The Development of Self-Regulatory Mechanisms contains the papers presented at the conference on Early Childhood: The Development of Self-Regulatory Mechanisms, held at The Pennsylvania State University in January, 1970. The theme of the conference is divided into four areas of interest: biological regulatory mechanisms, early self-regulatory behavior, thoughtful self-regulation, and models of human self-regulation. Papers focused on subjects on neurophysiological and neuroendocrinological regulatory mechanisms; infant cognitive development based on cardiac response and attention patterns; factors affecting communication abilities; and similarity of self-regulatory features of computer programs to human regulatory mechanisms. Psychologists, neurologists, physiologists, and endocrinologist will find the book invaluable.
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Front Cover -- The Development of Self-Regulatory Mechanisms -- Copyright Page -- Table of Contents -- CONTRIBUTORS -- CONFERENCE PARTICIPANTS -- FOREWORD -- ACKNOWLEDGMENT -- CHAPTER 1. CONFERENCE OVERVIEW -- BIOLOGICAL REGULATORY MECHANISMS -- EARLY SELF-REGULATORY BEHAVIOR -- THOUGHTFUL SELF-REGULATION -- MODELS OF HUMAN SELF-REGULATION -- IMPLICATIONS FOR FUTURE ACTION -- CHAPTER 2. ROLE OF EXPERIENCE IN DEVELOPMENT OF NEUROPHYSIOLOGICAL REGULATORY MECHANISMS AND IN ORGANIZATION OF THE BRAIN -- TRIAL-AND-ERROR SELF-ORGANIZATION AS A SUPPLEMENT TO LIMITED GENETIC INFORMATION -- ONTOGENY OF REGULATION OF INTAKE OF FOOD -- MEASURABLE CHANGES IN BRAIN AS CONSEQUENCES OF DIFFERENTIAL EXPERIENCE -- DISCUSSION -- CONCLUSIONS -- REFERENCES -- DISCUSSION -- CHAPTER 3. EFFECTS OF HANDLING IN INFANCY UPON ADULT BEHAVIOR AND ADRENOCORTICAL ACTIVITY: SUGGESTIONS FOR A NEUROENDOCRINE MECHANISM -- EFFECTS OF HANDLING IN INFANCY UPON LATER BEHAVIOR -- EFFECTS OF HANDLING IN INFANCY UPON THE ADRENAL AND THE PLASMA CORTICOSTERONE RESPONSE AND EMOTIONALITY -- NEONATAL SEX HORMONES AND BEHAVIOR: A MODEL FOR INFANTILE STIMULATION -- STUDIES INVOLVING CORTICOSTERONE AS PART OF THE MECHANISM OF INFANTILE STIMULATION -- STUDIES ON THE PITUITARY-ADRENAL SYSTEM OF THE NEONATAL RAT -- SUMMARY -- REFERENCES -- DISCUSSION -- SPECIAL REMARKS OF DR. LEWIS LIPSITT -- CHAPTER 4. DETERMINANTS OF AN INFANT'S CARDIAC RESPONSE TO STIMULATION -- GENERAL PROCEDURE -- RESPONSE MEASURES -- AVERAGE RESPONSE -- MONOPHASIC OR DIPHASIC RESPONSE -- INITIAL VALUE -- ACCELERATION OR DECELERATION (CROSSOVER POINT) -- BEHAVIORAL STATE -- GENERAL SUMMARY -- REFERENCES -- DISCUSSION -- CHAPTER 5. ATTENTION IN THE INFANT: AVENUE TO THE STUDY OF COGNITIVE DEVELOPMENT -- THE MEASUREMENT OF ATTENTION -- COMPLEXITY, CONTOUR, RATE OF CHANGE, AND AGE -- RESPONSE TO DISCREPANCY -- CONCLUSIONS.

ACKNOWLEDGMENTS -- REFERENCES -- DISCUSSION -- CHAPTER 6. THE SENSORY-MOTOR ORIGINS OF KNOWLEDGE1,2 -- THE DEVELOPMENT OF THE UNIVERSE: THE ORIGIN OF THE CATEGORIES OF KNOWLEDGE -- FROM SENSORY-MOTOR ACTIVITIES TO THE SEMIOTIC FUNCTION -- CONCLUSIONS -- REFERENCES -- CHAPTER 7. OF LANGUAGE KNOWLEDGE, APES, AND BRAINS -- LANGUAGE KNOWLEDGE: FORMAL CONSTANTS OF COGNITIVE ACHIEVEMENT -- APES: HEURISTICS OF CROSS-SPECIES COMPARISON OF COGNITIVE FUNCTION -- BRAINS: PRELIMINARIES TO THEORIZING -- DISCUSSION -- REFERENCES -- DISCUSSION -- CHAPTER 8. THE INTERPERSONAL REGULATION OF BEHAVIOR -- Text -- REFERENCES -- DISCUSSION -- CHAPTER 9. REGULATORY FUNCTIONS IN COMPUTER MODELS -- COMPUTER PROGRAM STRUCTURES -- EXAMPLES OF SELF-REGULATION -- FINAL COMMENTS -- REFERENCES -- DISCUSSION -- CHAPTER 10. THE DEVELOPMENT OF SELF-REGULATORY MECHANISMS: EPILOG -- SELF-REGULATORY MECHANISMS -- THE DYNAMIC INTERACTIONAL VIEW OF HUMAN DEVELOPMENT -- THE PROCESSES OF INDIVIDUALIZATION -- RESEARCH IMPLICATIONS -- REFERENCES -- AUTHOR INDEX -- SUBJECT INDEX.

The Development of Self-Regulatory Mechanisms contains the papers presented at the conference on Early Childhood: The Development of Self-Regulatory Mechanisms, held at The Pennsylvania State University in January, 1970. The theme of the conference is divided into four areas of interest: biological regulatory mechanisms, early self-regulatory behavior, thoughtful self-regulation, and models of human self-regulation. Papers focused on subjects on neurophysiological and neuroendocrinological regulatory mechanisms; infant cognitive development based on cardiac response and attention patterns; factors affecting communication abilities; and similarity of self-regulatory features of computer programs to human regulatory mechanisms. Psychologists, neurologists, physiologists, and endocrinologist will find the book invaluable.

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