IAP BOOK SERIES
Advances in Subjectivity and Development
This new series focuses on the processes of human development. Subjectivity, for its phenomenological approach to understanding human experience, and development, due to an emphasis on the transformative processes of psychological functions and its interaction with culture. This series is interested in topics such as cognitive development, educational processes, child, adolescent and adult development, socio-emotional development, relational processes, among others, all addressed through theoretical or empirical research.
Call for new Book ProposalsTOPICS OF INTEREST:
Research into subjective experience and human development processes has grown rapidly in recent years. Theoretical psychologists, developmental psychologists, educational psychologists, and psychotherapists, among others, have focused their efforts on exploring the subjective dimensions of human development. However, this phenomenon has become a focus of interest for sociologists, anthropologists, philosophers, and educators.
Current researchers from various disciplines are developing new understandings of subjectivity, inter-subjectivity, human development, and how these phenomena are historically and culturally situated. There is a need, therefore, to systemize and discuss these new understandings in one place. This new series of books, Advances in Subjectivity and Development, was born as a space for that dialogue.
This series invites scholars and researchers in the field of subjectivity and human development to submit book proposals. Interested scholars/researchers from around the world are welcome. Theoretical or empirical contributions are welcome, which can be developed through a monographic book or an edited volume.
BOOK PROPOSAL SUBMISSIONS:
Book proposals must be submitted to the Series Editor, Pablo Fossa, at email@example.com and must include the following:
• Book Title
• Table of Contents
• Tentative Timeline
• Author/Editor’s Brief Bio.
Send all inquiries to Pablo Fossa, firstname.lastname@example.org
- Adolescence and Education
- Advances in Applied Developmental Psychology
- Advances in Autism Spectrum Disorder
- Contemporary Perspectives in Human Capital and Development
- Contemporary Perspectives on Social and Emotional Learning
- Dialogical Self Theory
- Innovations in Qualitative Research
- International Advances in Self Research
- International Psychology
- Perspectives on Human Development
- Studies on Inner Speech
- The University of Miami School of Education and Human Development Series
- Yearbook of Idiographic Science