ERIC Number: EJ1051152
Record Type: Journal
Publication Date: 2014-Apr
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Reference Count: 14
Developmental Methodology as a Context for Interdisciplinary Dialogue in Developmental Science
Card, Noel A.
Developmental Psychology, v50 n4 p1282-1284 Apr 2014
In this comment, I first highlight the contributions of Robinson-Cimpian, Lubienski, Ganley, and Copur-Gencturk (2014) in particular and a more interdisciplinary approach in general for the subdiscipline of developmental psychology. Second, I identify some historic methodological foci of psychology and encourage Robinson-Cimpian et al. to consider these possibilities. Finally, I end with my perception that the emerging subdiscipline of developmental methodology can provide a common context for interdisciplinary dialogue in developmental science.
Descriptors: Developmental Psychology, Interdisciplinary Approach, Research Methodology, Measurement, Time
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