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Jean Piaget, the man and his ideas

Author: Richard I Evans; Jean Piaget
Publisher: New York, E.P. Dutton, 1973.
Edition/Format:   Book : Biography : English : [1st ed.]View all editions and formats
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Jean Piaget, although internationally acclaimed for his revolutionary ideas about human intellectual development and how children learn, has been misunderstood by many of those attempting to interpret his theories and apply them. Fortunately, this dialogue between Dr. Evans and Piaget provides the student and general reader with a clear and accurate explanation of his theories and how he arrived at them. As David  Read more...
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Genre/Form: Biography
Named Person: Jean Piaget; Jean Piaget; Jean Piaget; Jean Piaget
Material Type: Biography, Internet resource
Document Type: Book, Internet Resource
All Authors / Contributors: Richard I Evans; Jean Piaget
ISBN: 0525136606 9780525136606 0525473602 9780525473602
OCLC Number: 794878
Notes: Includes Piaget's developmental model and comparisons with Skinner, Freud, and Erikson, by R.I. Evans, W.J. Krossner, and H.J. Ginsburg; and Jean Piaget, and autobiography, and list of his major published works.
Description: lxi, 189 pages 21 cm.
Contents: Introduction --
Reactions to psychoanalysis and other basic concepts and views in psychology --
Stages of cognitive development --
Views of intelligence, values, and philosophy of research --
Interdisciplinary research and relating Piagetian concepts to education --
General issues in psychology --
Learning, curiosity, and creativity --
Piaget's developmental model and comparisons with Skinner, Freud, and Erikson by Richard I Evans, William J. Krossner, and Harvey J. Ginsburg --
Jean Piaget, an autobiography, and list of his major published works.
Responsibility: [by] Richard I. Evans. Translated by Eleanor Duckworth.

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Jean Piaget, although internationally acclaimed for his revolutionary ideas about human intellectual development and how children learn, has been misunderstood by many of those attempting to interpret his theories and apply them. Fortunately, this dialogue between Dr. Evans and Piaget provides the student and general reader with a clear and accurate explanation of his theories and how he arrived at them. As David Elkind writes in the Introduction, Piaget's findings "are effecting a veritable Copernican revolution in our understanding of the growth and functioning of the human mind."

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