Includes bibliographical references and index.
|Statement||edited by Anastasia Tryphon and Jacques Vonèche.|
|Contributions||Inhelder, Bärbel., Tryphon, Anastasia., Vonèche, J. Jacques.|
|LC Classifications||BF105 .W63 2001|
|The Physical Object|
|LC Control Number||00045799|
Book Description For fifty years Bärbel Inhelder () was the research companion of Jean Piaget. In this unique volume, published in her honour, leading international researchers examine the various aspects of her work and ideas and her contribution to developmental psychology. For fifty years Bärbel Inhelder () was the research companion of Jean Piaget. In this unique volume, published in her honour, leading international researchers examine the various aspects of her work and ideas and her contribution to developmental by: Piaget later developed an interest in psychoanalysis and spent a year working at a boys' institution created by Alfred Binet. Binet is known as the developer of the world's first intelligence test, and Piaget took part in scoring these assessments. Jean Piaget, Swiss psychologist who was the first to make a systematic study of the acquisition of understanding in children. He is thought by many to have been the major figure in 20th-century developmental psychology. Learn more about his .
Piaget's groundbreaking work on what intelligence is, and the factors behind its development. An essential read for anyone working in the education field, or anyone with kids for that matter. A word of warning though, as with the rest of Piaget's work, it is also very technical/5(24). Groundbreaking Developmental Work In , working in collaboration with Théodore Simon at the Alfred Binet Laboratory in Paris, Piaget evaluated the results of standardized reasoning tests that Born: Piaget has mentioned in most books on child psychology. His work was a major influencing factor in research in child psychology, and critics of his theory made a step further in clinical and experimental psychology. In other words, one may argue that his Piaget's cognitive theory is critical in psychology, not because it is widely accepted in. Jean Piaget’s work has helped people understand how knowledge is developed at different stages of childhood, starting at birth. His philosophy is still used in .
These two books were selected as the main sources for studying the ideas of Jean Piaget, and the following summary is based on the content of these two books. According to Piaget (Piaget & Inhelder, ), development occurs as a succession of three great periods: The mental development of the child appears as a succession of three great periods. Sensorimotor Stage: A period of time between birth and age two during which an infant's knowledge of the world is limited to his or her sensory perceptions and motor ors are limited to simple motor responses caused by sensory stimuli. Pre-Operational Stage: A period between ages 2 and 6 during which a child learns to use language. The final chapter, written by Inhelder herself, deals with experimental reasoning in children and adolescents, and provides a glimpse of her creativity. Working with Piaget will be of great interest to developmental, social, and educational psychologists. While the field of social work is heavily committed to the treatment of children and adolescents with behavior problems, it has given little attention to the application of Piaget's egocentrism theory to these problems. This paper outlines the theory proposed by Piaget and reviews subsequent empirical validation and clinical applications of his theory. The role of social work in developing.