Default: Developmental Psychology

ISSN: 0012-1649

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American Psychological Association Inc. United States
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Developmental Psychology is a journal indexed in SJR in Life-span and Life-course Studies and Developmental and Educational Psychology with an H index of 203. It has a price of 2500 €. It has an SJR impact factor of 2,258 and it has a best quartile of Q1. It is published in English.

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Best articles

"Newborn stepping: An explanation for a ""disappearing"" reflex."

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Call for Papers: Special Section on Children, Adolescents, and the Internet.

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Conversational comprehension processes are responsible for reasoning fallacies in children as well as adults: If is not the biconditional.

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Exploration, curiosity, and play in young children: Effects of stimulus complexity.

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Judging the important issues in moral dilemmas: An objective measure of development.

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Moving against the world: Life-course patterns of explosive children.

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New Editors Appointed, 2006-2011.

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Processing time declines exponentially during childhood and adolescence.

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Relations of moral reasoning and vicarious emotion to young children's prosocial behavior toward peers and adults.

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The ABCs of deception: Do young children understand deception in the same way as adults?

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The HOME Inventory and family demographics.

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What are the differences between dimensional and categorical models of individual differences in attachment? Reply to Cassidy (2003), Cummings (2003), Sroufe (2003), and Waters and Beauchaine (2003).

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Young children's representation of spatial information acquired from maps.

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