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The origins of intellect : Piaget's theory

Author: John L Phillips
Publisher: San Francisco : W.H. Freeman, 1969.
Series: Series of books in psychology.
Edition/Format:   Print book : EnglishView all editions and formats
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Phillips, John L., 1923-
Origins of intellect.
San Francisco, W.H. Freeman [1969]
(OCoLC)557491643
Named Person: Jean Piaget; Jean Piaget; Jean Piaget; Jean Piaget; Jean Piaget
Document Type: Book
All Authors / Contributors: John L Phillips
OCLC Number: 22788
Description: xviii, 149 pages : illustrations ; 24 cm.
Contents: I. Introduction : Piaget and his method ; Relation to other theories ; Overview of Piaget's theory. --
II. Sensorimotor period (0-2) : The six stages ; Imitation and play --
a summary. --
III. Concrete operations period (2-11) : Preoperational subperiod (2-7 years) : Changes from sensorimotor. Preoperational subperiod (2-7 years) : Differences from adults. Concrete operations subperiod (7-11 years) : Introduction. Concrete operations subperiod (7-11 years) : Properties of groups and groupings. Concrete operations subperiod (7-11 years) : Some representative problems. --
IV. Formal operations period (11-15 years) : Archimedes' law of floating bodies ; Concrete operations applied to the floating bodies problem ; Operations on operations ; The real versus the possible ; Egocentrism ; "Formal" as pertaining to form ; Summary. --
V. Educational implications: an epilogue : Teaching: principles ; Teaching: examples ; Testing ; Limitations and residual questions.
Series Title: Series of books in psychology.
Responsibility: John L. Phillips, Jr.
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