The Child's Conception of the World
Rowman & Littlefield, 1989 - 397 pagina's
Jean Piaget was one of the most salient and inspirational figures in psychological and educational research this century. He was prolific, authoring or editing over eighty books and numerous journal papers which have spawned a huge and fertile continuation of his research over the decades. A major component of any course on children's psychological development and a research tradition that is expanding, scholars need access to the original texts rather than relying on secondhand accounts. --Publisher.
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PROBLEMS AND METHODS
THE NOTION OF THOUGHT
REALISM AND THE ORIGIN OF THE IDEA OF PARTICIPATION
CONSCIOUSNESS ATTRIBUTED TO THINGS
THE CONCEPT OF LIFE
THE ORIGINS OF CHILD ANIMISM MORAL NECESSITY AND PHYSICAL DETERMINISM
Overige edities - Alles weergeven
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