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Developmental Psychology in India 1975-1986: An Annotated Bibliography. T. S. Saraswati, Ranjana Dutta, Anjoo Sikka. Issues in child development : curriculum, training and employment. Saraswati, Amita Verma, Deepak Kalra.
Schooling, literacy and cognitive development: A study in rural India. Saraswathi, T. & Dutta, R. (1987). Developmental psychology in India, 1975–1986. In C. K. Leong & B. Randhawa (Ed., Understanding literacy and cognition (pp. 217–244). Das, J. Kar, B. & Parrila, R. (1996). Kirby, J. & Jarman, R. F. (1975). Simultaneous and successive syntheses: An alternative model for cognitive abilities. Psychological Bulletin, 82, 87–103.
4 ANNOTATED BIBLIOGRAPHY Annotated Bibliography 4 These areas are very helpful and intriguing. Faw and Belkin write to the general public in a wonderful attempt to explain child psychology in this section of social interactions. Lastly, his wording and discussion regarding the area of cognitive development in educational psychology are beneficial for any reader. Self-Regulation Willingham, D. (2011). They are concise and quick to the point while also expanding in detail, but with helpful explanation.
Developmental Psychology and Education. Grateful thanks to Ranjana Dutta, Prof. In R. Larson & T. Saraswathi (Ed., The World’s Youth: Adolescence in eight regions of the globe. New York: Cambridge University Press.
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