Index

a
abstract objects 483 -4
abstract reasoning 405
abstract relations 280 -1
abstractions 321 , 330
acceleration, cognitive 67 -8
accommodation 23 -4, 72
Achenbach, T.M. 210 , 226
Acredolo, C. 389 , 394 , 443 , 446 , 448 -9, 453 , 455 , 458 , 508 , 512
action, schemes of 58 - 62
Adams, M.J. 293 , 308
adaptation 20 -7, 54 -5, 484
addition 154 -72, 313 , 315 , 328 -9, 330 -1
Adey, P.S. 66 - 96 , 186 , 190 -1, 207 , 488 , 509 , 512
Adi, H. 183 , 206 , 495 , 516
adolescents 140 -1, 184 -5, 269 -78, 461 -77
aesthetics 14 - 15
affectivity 53 , 55 - 64 , 62 -4, 486
age-related differences 112 , 140 -1, 397
age-trends 454 -5
Agre, P. 164 , 174
Agunanne, B.A. 210 , 227
Airasian, P.W. 187 , 205
Alexander, P.A. 210 , 226
algebra 181
Alksnis, O. 269 , 278
Alternative Conceptions Movement (ACM) 74
altruism 14 , 16
Alwin, D. 144 , 146
ambiguity, certainty 452 , 453
Ames, G.J. 98 , 115
Amsel, E. 72 , 95 , 129 , 139 , 140 , 145 , 173 , 175
analogical reasoning 164 , 209 -28, 483 , 493 -4
Anderson, A.R. 504 , 512
Anderson, J.R. 167 , 174
Anderson, N.H. 334 , 342 , 346
Angelev, J. 67 , 95
Antaki, C. 129 , 145
Antell, S.E. 320 , 342
Apostel, L. 491 , 492 , 512
Appelbaum, M.I. 148 , 154 , 174
argument 120 -46, 376 , 490
Aristotle 6 , 12 , 491 , 503
arithmetic 154 -72, 313 , 315 , 328 -9, 330 -1
art 14 - 15
artificial intelligence 163 , 164
Ashcraft, M.H. 155 , 174
assessment criteria 496
assimilation 10 - 11 , 23 -4, 61
association 210
August, A. 140 , 146
autism 37 -8, 40 ;
autistic thinking 16
autonomy, logical thinking 491
Ayer, A.J. 419 , 439 , 479 , 498 , 512

b
Baillargeon, R. 232 , 242 , 245 , 261 , 378 , 394 , 418 , 419 , 421 , 427 , 437 -8, 440 , 505, 512
Baldwin, J.M. 36 , 37 , 47 , 143 , 145
Banks, W.P. 282 , 308
Barnes, B. 486 , 512
Baron, J. 120 , 125 , 133 , 145
Baroody, A.J. 323 , 331 , 342 , 349 , 374
Bart, W.M. 187 , 205
Bartley, W. 425 , 442
Bartsch, K. 435 , 442
Batterman, N. 456 , 459

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