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Origin of Intelligence in the Child : Selected Works vol 3.

Author: Jean Piaget
Publisher: London : Routledge, 2013.
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First published in 1997.
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Piaget, Jean.
Origin of Intelligence in the Child.
London : Routledge, 2013
Material Type: Document, Internet resource
Document Type: Internet Resource, Computer File
All Authors / Contributors: Jean Piaget
ISBN: 9781136221590 113622159X 1306075335 9781306075336
OCLC Number: 852758854
Description: 1 online resource (438 pages)
Contents: Cover; Title Page; Copyright Page; Table of Contents; Foreword; Introduction: The Biological Problem of Intelligence; 1. The Functional Invariants of Intelligence and BiologicalOrganization; 2. Functional Invariants and the Categories of Reason; 3. Hereditary Structures and Theories of Adaptation; Part I: Elementary Sensorimotor Adaptations; I. The First Stage: The Use of Reflexes; 1. Sucking Reflexes; 2. The Use of Reflexes; 3. Assimilation: Basic Fact of Psychic Life; II. The Second Stage: The First Acquired Adaptations and the Primary Circular Reaction; 1. Acquired Sucking Habits; 2. Vision. 3. Phonationand Hearing4. Prehension; 5. The First Acquired Adaptations: Conclusions; Part II: The Intentional Sensorimotor Adaptations; III. The Third Stage: The ""Secondary Circular Reactions"" and the Procedures Destined to Make Interesting Sights Last; 1. The ""Secondary Circular Reactions""-I. The Facts and Reproductive Assimilations; 2. The Secondary Circular Reactions-II. Accommodation and Organization of the SchemMa; 3. Recognitory Assimilation and the System of Meanings; 4. Generalizing Assimilation and the Constitution of ""Procedures to Make Interesting Spectacles Last"" IV. The Fourth Stage: The Coordination of the Secondary Schemata and Their Application to New Situations1. The ""Application of Familiar Schemata to New Situations""-I. The Facts; 2. The ""Application of Familiar Schemata to New Situations""-II. Commentary; 3. Assimilation, Accommodation and Organization Peculiar to the Mobile Schemata; 4. The Recognition of Signs and Their Utilization in Prevision; 5. The Exploration of New Objects and Phenomena and the ""Derived"" Secondary Reactions. V. The Fifth Stage: The ""Tertiary Circular Reaction"" and the ""Discovery of New Means Through Active Experimentation""1. The Tertiary Circular Reaction; 2. The Discovery of New Means by Experimentation-I. The ""Sting"" and the ""Stick""; 3. The Discovery of New Means Through Active Experimentation-II. Other Examples; 4. The Discovery of New Means Through Active Experimentation-III. Conclusions; VI. The Sixth Stage: The Invention of New Means Through Mental Combinations; 1. The Facts; 2. Invention and Representation. Conclusions. ""Sensorimotor"" or ""Practical"" Intelligenceand the Theories of Intelligence1. Associationist Empiricism; 2. Vitalistic Intellectualism; 3. Apriority and the Psychology of Form; 4. The Theory of Groping; 5. The Theory of Assimilation; Index.

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First published in 1997.

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