Jerome Kagan

Jerome Kagan (1929–2021) was Daniel and Amy Starch Professor of Psychology, Emeritus, at Harvard University.

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Cover: The Long Shadow of TemperamentThe Long Shadow of TemperamentKagan, Jerome
Snidman, Nancy
Cover: Surprise, Uncertainty, and Mental StructuresSurprise, Uncertainty, and Mental StructuresKagan, JeromeHARDCOVER04/15/2002$58.00
Cover: Three Seductive IdeasThree Seductive IdeasKagan, JeromePAPERBACK04/07/2000$30.00
Cover: Unstable Ideas: Temperament, Cognition, and SelfUnstable Ideas: Temperament, Cognition, and SelfKagan, JeromePAPERBACK01/01/1992$36.50
Cover: The Second Year: The Emergence of Self-AwarenessThe Second Year: The Emergence of Self-AwarenessKagan, JeromeE-DITION10/29/1981$65.00Available from De Gruyter »
Cover: Constancy and Change in Human DevelopmentConstancy and Change in Human DevelopmentBrim, Orville G.
Kagan, Jerome
Cover: Infancy: Its Place in Human Development, With a New Foreword by the AuthorsInfancy: Its Place in Human Development, With a New Foreword by the AuthorsKagan, Jerome
Kearsley, Richard B.
Zelazo, Philip R.
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