Developmental Science is a top quality journal presenting theory and up-to-the -minute research on scientific developmental psychology. The journal acts as a forum for discussing important developmental science issues from leading thinkers in the field. Developmental Science publishes new scientific findings and in depth empirical studies. It covers aspects of developmental psychology including cognitive and social development and biological, computational and comparative perspectives.
Contains top quality articles with peer commentary from experts in the field
Includes an extended series of empirical studies and succinct reports of important scientific findings
Covers wide-ranging issues in development ranging from comparative, biological and psychological perspectives to dynamical systems theory and computational modelling
Developmental Science doubled in frequency to four issues a year in 1999
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Supported by an active team of renowned figures in developmental psychology.