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The Mind's Staircase: Exploring the Conceptual Underpinnings of Children's Thought and Knowledge [Paperback]

Robbie Case


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Table of Contents

Contents: Part I: Introduction.R. Case, General and Specific Views of the Mind, its Structure, and its Development.R. Case, A Neo-Piagetian Approach to the Issue of Cognitive Generality and Specificity.R. Case, Advantages and Limitations of the Neo-Piagetian Position.Part II: The Role of Central Conceptual Structures in the Development of Children's Logico-Mathematical Thought.Z. Marini, Synchrony and Asynchrony in the Development of Children's Scientific Reasoning.S. Griffin, R. Case, R. Sandieson, Synchrony and Asynchrony in the Acquisition of Children's Everyday Mathematical Knowledge.A.M. Capodilupo, A Neo-Structural Analysis of Children's Response to Instruction in the Sight-Reading of Musical Notation.R. Case, R. Sandieson, Testing for the Presence of a Central Quantative Structure: Use of the Transfer Paradigm.Part III: The Role of Central Conceptual Structures in the Development of Children's Social and Emotional Thought.J. Goldberg-Reitman, Young Girls' Conception of Their Mothers' Role: A Neo- Structural Analysis.M. Bruchkowsky, The Development of Empathic Cognition in Middle and Early Childhood.A. McKeough, A Neo-Structural Analysis of Children's Narrative and its Development.S. Griffin, Young Children's Awareness of Their Inner World: A Neo-Structural Analysis of the Development of Intrapersonal Intelligence.A. McKeough, Testing for the Presence of a Central Social Structure: Use of the Transfer Paradigm.Part IV: The Role of Central Conceptual Structures in the Development of Children's Spatial Thought.S. Dennis, Stage and Structure in the Development of Children's Spatial Representations.D.T. Reid, Horizontal and Vertical Structure: Stages and Substages in Children's Motor Development.Part V: Cross-Domain Synchrony and Asynchrony in the Acquisition of Different Central Conceptual Structures.R. Case, S. Griffin, A. McKeough, Y. Okamoto, Parallels in the Development of Children's Social, Numerical, and Spatial Thought.J. Crammond, Analyzing the Basic Cognitive-Developmental Processes of Children with Specific Types of Learning Disability.M. Porath, Stage and Structure in the Development of Children with Various Types of "Giftedness."T.A. Fiati, Cross-Cultural Variation in the Structure of Children's Thought.Part VI: Conclusion.R. Case, The Mind and its Modules: Toward a Multi-Level View of the Development of Human Intelligence.

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