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Piaget's Enduring Contribution to Developmental Psychology.
Piaget's transformation of society's conception of childhood thought and intelligent is described in 4 periods in the history of his research program, which spanned from the 1920s to the 1980s. TheExpand
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Cognitive Capacities of Young Children: A Replication
  • H. Beilin
  • Psychology, Medicine
  • Science
  • 22 November 1968
Children between the ages of 3 years and 4 years 7 months correctly respond to the addition of objects in an array, to the numerical equality of arrays, and to their relative numbers. However, theyExpand
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Logical operations in area and length measurement: age and training effects.
The measurement of length and area represent major achievements for the child. These achievements, however, are a part of a larger development: the construction of Euclidian space. According toExpand
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Recognition memory for movement in photographs: a developmental study.
The present studies investigated a phenomenon reported by Freyd (1983), later termed "representational momentum" (Freyd & Finke, 1984), in which adults' recognition memory for movement in photographsExpand
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Teachers' and clinicians' attitudes toward the behavior problems of children: a reappraisal.
  • H. Beilin
  • Psychology, Medicine
  • Child development
  • 1 March 1959
The contrast between contemporary American education and that of 40 or 50 years ago is striking in at least one respect, the influence of psychology, in particular, clinical psychology.2 It wouldExpand
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Children's iconic realism: object versus property realism.
Publisher Summary This chapter deals with the phenomenon of iconic realism in children, which is a real phenomenon; although by 3 years of age it is relatively weak. Nonetheless, in the children whoExpand
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The foundation of Piaget's theories: mental and physical action.
Piaget's late theory of action and action implication was the realization of a long history of development. A review of that history shows the central place of action in all of his theoreticalExpand
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