Studies in cognitive development: essays in honor of Jean Piaget./
130319s1969 nyua b 010 0 eng
|aStudies in cognitive development:|bessays in honor of Jean Piaget./|c[Edited by] David Elkind [and] John H. Flavell.
|aNew York,|bOxford University Press,|c1969.
|axix, 503 p.|billus.|c24 cm.
|aThe 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.