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Developmental Cognitive Neuroscience [Paperback]

Mark H. Johnson , Michelle de Haan

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In this introductory chapter 1 discuss a number of background issues relating to the developmental cognitive neuroscience approach, beginning with historical approaches to the nature-nurture debate. Read the first page
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