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An introduction to Piaget [by] P.G. Richmond.

[1st American ed.].. New York, Basic Books [1971] .
ISBN 0465035558, 9780465035557

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Subjects Child psychology.
Child study.
Enfants -- Psychologie.
Piaget, Jean, 1896-
Piaget, Jean, 1896-1980
Piaget, Jean, 1896-1980.
Description 120 pages illustrations 22 cm
Copyright Date [1971]
Notes Includes bibliographical references (pages 5-6).
Contents The process of intellectual development -- The development of sensori-motor thinking -- The emergence and development of symbolic thought -- Symbolic thought and language -- Transduction -- Juxtaposition and syncretism -- Centration and static representation -- Egocentrism -- Articulated or intuitional representation -- Social interaction and language -- The decline of the preconcept -- The decline of transduction -- The decline of juxtaposition and syncretism -- The decline of centration and static representation -- The decline of egocentrism -- The emergence of operational thinking -- Operations with classes -- Operations with relations -- Conservation -- The nature of concrete operations -- The progress of concrete operations -- Complex classes and linked statements -- The reversibility of thought -- The emergence and development of systematic thinking -- The integration of inversion and reciprocity -- The nature of formal operations -- Some basic theoretical concepts -- The concept of intelligence as a developmental process -- The concept of intelligence as an adaptation process -- The concept of mental structures and equilibrium -- Schemas -- Structural change and equilibrium -- The concept of organization -- The psycho-logic of mental structures -- Social factors which influence structure formation -- Learning and teaching from a Piagetian viewpoint -- Assimilation, accommodation, learning and teaching -- Mental actions and physical interaction -- Mental actions and social interaction -- Mental actions and language -- Developmental stages and lesson planning -- Problems and difficulties.
Genre Einführung.
Network Numbers (OCoLC)140083
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WorldCat Identities Richmond, P. G.
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