Part I, The Questions and Their Background, Chapter 1, Exploring the Infant's Subjective Experience: A Central Role for the Sense of Self
• There are many more ways to gather information about infants as they grow up.
• Stern points out there are many different ideas about the self.
• The sense of self is present following language and self-reflective awareness.
• Having a sense of self helps researchers.
Part I, The Questions and Their Background, Chapter 2, Perspectives and Approaches to Infancy
• Stern works with developmental and clinical psychology in his study.
• Stern discusses the observed view of infancy and the clinical view of infancy.
• Observed infants are constructed too.
• Stern prefers a normative approach in which he does not seek to use senses to describe normal development.
Part II, The Four Senses of the Self, Chapter 3, The Sense of an Emergent Self
• At about eight weeks, infants begin to make direct eye...
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