Questions on Social Explanation

Piagetian themes reconsidered

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The various contributions to this volume converge on two themes. First, the explanatory role of social interaction, which, for a long time, has been a source of criticism of Piaget’s view of intelligence, is dealt with not only in relation to cognitive development, but also to language acquisition and to education. The second point of thematic convergence is the compatibility of genetic epistemology and psychoanalytic theory in view of the establishment of relationships between emotional and cognitive development.
[Pragmatics & Beyond, VI:4]  1985.  viii, 141 pp.
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Table of Contents
Acknowledgments
vii
Introduction
1
Chapter 1: Language and Cognitive Development
11
1.1. Piaget's theory and child language research: A reassessment
Luigia Camaioni
13
1.2. On specularity as a constitutive process in dialogue and language acquisition
Claudia de Lemos
23
1.3. Language and cognitive development in Piaget's view
Hermina Sinclair-De Zwart
33
Chapter 2: Cognitive Development and Social Interaction
41
2.1. Piaget and the social development of intelligence
W. Doise
43
2.2. Egocentric illusion or capacity to decenter?: Towards a socio-psychological understanding of cognitive development
Felice Carugati, Paulo De Paolis and A. Palmonari
55
Chapter 3: Cognitive Development and Affectivity
69
3.1. Psychological investigation and intervention: A psychoanalytical and Piagetian approach
E. Schmid-Kitsikis
71
3.2. The Piagetian contribution to an extension and reformulation of the psychoanalytic theory of thought
G.V. Caprara
87
Chapter 4: Piagetian Theory and Educational Issues
101
4.1. Piaget's equilibration: A theory for a school for thinking
H. Furth
103
4.2. Genetic epistemology and the curriculum
L. Tornatore
119
References
131
Subjects

Linguistics

Psycholinguistics
BIC Subject: CF – Linguistics
BISAC Subject: LAN009000 – LANGUAGE ARTS & DISCIPLINES / Linguistics / General
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