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Play and Exploration in Children and Animals

By: Thomas G Power
497 pages, Figs, tabs
Play and Exploration in Children and Animals
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This is the 1st comprehensive, multidisciplinary, state-of-the-art review of what we have learned from decades of research on the nature, development, and functions of exploration and play in children and animals.

Contents

Part 1 Solitary Object Exploration and Play; Solitary Object Exploration and Play in Animals; Solitary Object Exploration and Play in Children. Part 2 Physical Activity Play: Play-Fighting in Animals; Play-Fighting in Children; Locomotor Play in Animals; Locomotor Play in Children. Part 3 Social Object, Social Pretend and Parent-Child Play: Social Object and Sociodramtic Play in Children; Parent-Child Play; Conclusions.

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By: Thomas G Power
497 pages, Figs, tabs
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