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The Psychology of Babies: How relationships support development from birth to two

Lynne Murray

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Prose: non-fiction, Child & developmental psychology, Advice on parenting, Pregnancy, birth & baby care

Invaluable new guide for parents, students and professionals, from an internationally recognized expert in child development.

Winner of the British Psychological Society Book Award for Best Textbook

An instructive and accessible account of the psychological development of children aged 0-2 years and how it can be supported by social relationships.

The first two years are critical in a child's development, influencing what happens in later childhood and even adulthood. Yet how best to support that early development is not always easy to grasp. Now help is at hand with this expert guide on the care of children through these essential years.

Based on the latest research, with its wealth of picture sequences and clear explanations, this book shows how the development of young children's social understanding, attachments, self-control and intelligence can be supported through their relationships.

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Praise for The Psychology of Babies: How relationships support development from birth to two

  • Professor Murray is all about the evidence when it comes to young children, which is what makes her latest book, The Psychology of Babies, such a joy. - Independent

  • a fascinating frame-by-frame insight into infant minds. . . hugely seductive - New Scientist

  • Lynne Murray, professor of developmental psychology at the University of Reading, has been studying babies for more than three decades. She perhaps knows more about how they see the world than any adult in Britain today. - FT Weekend

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Lynne Murray

Lynne Murray is Professor of Developmental Psychology at the University of Reading (and Professor Extra-ordinary at Stellenbosch University, South Africa). The author of The Social Baby, she has published widely on young children s psychological development and parenting.

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