Intelligence and experience: A neopiagetian approach

@article{PascualLeone1979IntelligenceAE,
  title={Intelligence and experience: A neopiagetian approach},
  author={Juan Pascual-Leone and Doba Goodman},
  journal={Instructional Science},
  year={1979},
  volume={8},
  pages={301-367}
}
An organismic process-structural approach to the classic and modern issues of intelligence and experience is outlined. A Theory of Constructive Operators (TCO) originally designed to explicate Piaget's metatheoretical notions of stages and of equilibration is presented. The theory describes a psychological organism which is a very active semantic-pragmatic system geared to assimilatory praxis. Its organization is bilevel: a situation-bound level of subjective operators (schemes) and a situation… 
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