Emotion, Development, And Self-Organization: Dynamic Systems Approaches To Emotional Development (Cambridge Studies In Social And Emotional Development)

Marc D. Lewis

Presented here for the first time is the idea that emotional development is 'self-organizing.' It replaces older ideas that genes or environments 'control' the process of development. Self-organization is one aspect of a revolutionary approach to science that embraces 'chaos theory' and the new 'science of complexity.' Physicists, chemists, biologists, and other scientists see self-organization as a significant way of explaining patterns in nature.

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