Jean Piaget

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Noun1.Jean Piaget - Swiss psychologist remembered for his studies of cognitive development in children (1896-1980)
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Este artigo tem como objetivo analisar a importancia da constituicao das regras na teoria de Jean Piaget para o entendimento do desenvolvimento moral.
Speculation that children's actions and experiences shape social cognition extends back more than 50 years, to Swiss psychologist Jean Piaget.
Jean Piaget (1896-1980) the great Swiss psychologist, has shown us that we cannot love our neighbours unless we can understand them; impossible, unless we can speak and understand their own language.
Perhaps the Swiss psychologist Jean Piaget has provided the best explanation of how mental capacities evolve.
Jean Piaget is a favorite and many ideas of Sigmund Freud are incorporated in Elkind's remedies for the reform of education.
A influencia das ideias de Jean Piaget na Psicologia Social e discutida a partir dos estudos desenvolvidos na Universidade de Genebra, na Suica, pelo grupo liderado por Willem Doise.
10] Jean Piaget, The Origins of Intelligence in Children.
A mathematician, computer scientist and artificial intelligence pioneer, Seymour Papert worked with Jean Piaget, created the Logo programming language and is widely recognized as the father of educational of computing.
Cheney's review of Kieran Egan's Getting It Wrong from the Beginning: Our Progressivist Inheritance from Herbert Spencer, John Dewey, and Jean Piaget ("Progressively Worse," Fall 2003).
The Swiss educational researcher Jean Piaget and his associates wrote that "the study of how children come to measure is particularly interesting because the operations involved in measurement are so concrete that they have their roots in perceptual activity .
One's Mother Tongue - according to Jean Piaget (1896-1980) the great Swiss psychologist - is one's chief talent, which Mrs Habbershaw seems to have neglected.
A quite different interest in mathematical meanings began twenty-five centuries later with the efforts of child psychologist Jean Piaget.