Dynamic Development of Action and Thought

@inproceedings{Fischer2007DynamicDO,
  title={Dynamic Development of Action and Thought},
  author={K. Fischer and T. Bidell},
  year={2007}
}
  • K. Fischer, T. Bidell
  • Published 2007
  • Psychology
  • Human activity is both organized and highly variable. Analysis of the variation illuminates the dynamic order in development, learning, and emotional change. Action is nowhere near as stable as the static conceptions of psychology predict. Dynamic structural analysis provides a framework and tools for analyzing the variation and detecting the order in it – the dynamic organization of self-constructed, socially embedded skills and activities (actions, thoughts, and emotions). Key discoveries and… CONTINUE READING
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