Cover of: Studies in cognitive development | [Edited by] David Elkind [and] John H. Flavell.

Studies in cognitive development

essays in honor of Jean Piaget.

Published by Oxford University Press in New York .
Written in English.

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Table of Contents

The impact and limitations of the giant of developmental psychology, by J. McV. Hunt.
Formal and functional aspects of cognitive development, by J. H. Flavell and J. F. Wohlwill.
"Stage" in Piaget's cognitive-developmental theory: exegesis of a concept, by A. Pinard and M. Laurendeau.
Conservation and concept formation, by D. Elkind.
On the bases of conservation, by L. Wallach.
Eye, hand, and mind, by J. Bruner.
The initial coordination of sensorimotor schemas in human infants; Piaget's ideas and the role of experience, by B. L. White.
The role of surprise in cognitive development, by W. R. Charlesworth.
Developmental psycholinguistics, by H. Sinclair-de-Zwart.
Memory and intelligence in the child, by B. Inhelder.
Some implications of ontogenetic changes in perception, by R. H. Pollack.
Stimulus and cognitive transformation in conservation, by H. Beilin.
Problems in research on culture and thought, by J. J. Goodnow.
The Piagetian system and the world of education, by I. E. Sigel.

Edition Notes

Includes bibliographies.

Classifications

Dewey Decimal Class
155.41/3
Library of Congress
BF721 .S84

The Physical Object

Pagination
xix, 503 p.
Number of pages
503

ID Numbers

Open Library
OL5679355M
Internet Archive
studiesincogniti00piag
LC Control Number
69010493
Library Thing
4603734
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