The Origins of Intelligence in Children

The Origins of Intelligence in Children This book deals with the origins of intelligence in children and contains original observations on young children novel experiments brilliant in their simplicity which the author describes in detail

  • Title: The Origins of Intelligence in Children
  • Author: Jean Piaget
  • ISBN: 9780823682072
  • Page: 199
  • Format: Paperback
  • This book deals with the origins of intelligence in children and contains original observations on young children, novel experiments, brilliant in their simplicity,which the author describes in detail Piaget divides the growth of intelligence into six sequential stages the use of reflexes the first acquired adaptations and primary circular reaction secondary circular rThis book deals with the origins of intelligence in children and contains original observations on young children, novel experiments, brilliant in their simplicity,which the author describes in detail Piaget divides the growth of intelligence into six sequential stages the use of reflexes the first acquired adaptations and primary circular reaction secondary circular reactions and the child s procedures for prolonging spectacles interesting to him.

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    1. Sample: Observation 137. --At 0;8 (29) Laurent examines at length a notebook which he has just grasped. he transfers it from one hand to the other while turning it in all directions, touches the cover, then one of the corners, then the cover again, and finally the edge. Afterward he shakes himself, shakes his head while looking at it, displaces it more slowly with a wide motion and ends by rubbing against the side of the bassinet. He then observes that in rubbing against the wicker the notebook [...]

    2. Makes having a newborn even more interesting. Though when he says that the higher level can never just be reduced to the lower (but is rather made more interesting by it (p. 8)), that doesn't sound like structuralism to me.The intro: Kant *and* systems theory in 20 pages, proving that neither is coherent without developmental psych.

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