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This list relates to the academic year Academic Year 2013/14 which ended on 01/07/2014
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  1. October 3rd: Lecture 1: Introduction and multiple perspctives: Lucy Maddox 3 items
    This lecture will introduce the outline of the course and include consideration of what developmental psychology is and why it is important to study 'normal development'. It will go on to outline some of the main perspectives used to study child development and work with children.
    1. Normal development - A. Carr

      Chapter Essential Digitised reading. Book also available in the Anna Freud Centre library

    2. Co-ordinated management of meaning - I. Ekdawi

      Chapter Essential Digitised reading

    3. Seminar 1: Introduction to genograms: Lucy Maddox 1 item
      The seminar will introduce genograms and include practice of drawing these in a clinical interview context.
      1. Introduction to the genogram

        Webpage Essential Please look at this website in advance of the seminar.

  2. October 10th: Lecture 2: The child in context: Taiwo Afuape 6 items
    Exploration of the significance of context and systems. Introduction to systemic and social constructionist perspectives on child development.
    1. Social constructionism - Burr, V. 2003

      Book Optional

    2. On CMM: 1 item
    3. On social GRACES: 1 item
    4. Seminar 2: Deconstructing child development: Lucy Maddox 2 items
      1. Origins - E. Burman

        Chapter Essential Digitised reading. Book also available in the Anna Freud Centre library.

  3. October 17th: Lecture 3: Attachment: Pasco Fearon 5 items
    This lecture will briefly review the main ideas behind attachment, including literature of Bowlby, Ainsworth and Crittendon. To include cross cultural differences in presentation, and potential consequences of different attachment styles on later functioning. This lecture will also consider attachment from a neurobiological perspective.
    1. Cross-cultural patterns of attachment: A meta-analysis of the strange situation - M. H. van IJzendoorn, P. M. Kroonenberg 1988

      Article Essential

    2. Attachment theory and psychoanalysis - P. Fonagy 2004

      Book Optional Book available in the Anna Freud Centre library

    3. Handbook of attachment: Theory, research, and clinical applications - J. Cassidy, P. R. Shaver 2008

      Book Optional Book available in the Anna Freud Centre library

    4. Seminar 3: Introduction to the Adult Attachment Interview: Kay Asquith 1 item
  4. October 24th: Lecture 4: Parenting: Lucy Maddox 7 items
    What is ‘good enough’ parenting? This lecture will consider different parenting styles, cultures and models of parenting including behavioural parenting programmes.
    1. For a useful overview of the history of how parenting style classifications developed: 1 item
    2. Interesting cross-cultural consideration: 1 item
    3. Some robust evidence on behavioural programmes: 2 items
    4. Seminar 4: Parenting Interventions: Lucy Maddox 1 item
      1. Parenting programs - S. Scott

        Chapter Essential Digitised reading. Book also available in the Anna Freud Centre library

  5. October 31st: Lecture 5: Theory of Mind: Iroise Dumonthein 5 items
    This lecture will consider the concept of Theory of Mind and its development with reference to some of the classic theory of mind tests.
    1. The social brain in adolescence - S.-J. Blakemore 2008

      Article Optional

    2. In addition (clinical emphasis): 1 item
    3. Seminar 5: Introduction to the Reflective Functioning Interview: Kay Asquith 1 item
  6. November 7th: Lecture 6: Mentalization and Affect Regulation: Dickon Bevington 5 items
    1. What is mentalization? : The concept and its foundations in developmental research - P. Fonagy, E. Allison

      Chapter Essential Digitised reading. Book also available in the Anna Freud Centre library

    2. Additional clinically relevant material: Reflexivity in research and clinical practice 2 items
    3. Seminar 6: : What happens when mentalization breaks down? Thinking about parenting with borderline personality disorder: Lucy Maddox 2 items
  7. November 14th: Lecture 7: Abuse and neglect 11 items
    This lecture will outline categories of abuse and neglect and consider their effect on child development
    1. The handbook of child and adolescent clinical psychology: a contextual approach - Alan Carr 2006

      Book Optional Book available in the Anna Freud Centre library

    2. Assessment of parenting: psychiatric and psychological contributions - P. Reder, C. Lucey 1995

      Book Optional Book available in the Anna Freud Centre library

    3. SRU Annual Lecture 2011 - Jack P Shonkoff Jul 13, 2011

      Audio-visual document Optional

    4. Seminar 7: Long term consequences of early years abuse and neglect: Lucy Maddox 3 items
  8. November 21st : Lecture 8: Resilience: Lucy Maddox 8 items
    This lecture will consider the protective factors that cushion children from the negative effects of child abuse and other adverse circumstances.
    1. And from the Dunedin data: 2 items
    2. Seminar 8: Boosting Resilience: Lucy Maddox 2 items
      1. Protecting brains, not simply stimulating minds - J. P. Shonkoff 2011

        Article Essential

  9. November 28th: Lecture 9: Siblings and Peers: Graham Music 5 items
    This lecture will consider the influence of siblings and peers on child development.
    1. The nurture assumption: Why children turn out the way they do - J. R. Harris 1998

      Book Optional

    2. Seminar 9:Student-led seminar on the consequences of growing with siblings: Lucy Maddox 2 items
      Reading: To be chosen by the small student groups
      1. Theory of mind Is contagious: You catch It from your sibs - J. Perner, T. Ruffman, S. R. Leekam 1994

        Article Essential

  10. December 6th: Lecture 10: Overview of term I: Lucy Maddox 0 items
    The last lecture of the term will overview the first half of the module. Reading: Revision of previous reading/lecture notes.
    1. Seminar 10: Session on exam tips and technique: Lucy Maddox 0 items
      Reading: Revision of previous reading/lecture notes.
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