The Origins of Intellect: Piaget's Theory

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Bibliography

This bibliography is intended as a reading list for those students who are motivated to extend their study of Piaget's theory of intellectual development beyond the boundaries that I set for myself when writing this book. Because I assume that most of my readers are fluent only in English, I have cited only the translated version of any contribution that was originally written in another language. Those by Piaget himself have been entirely in French, and not all of them have been translated; hence the list is not complete.* It should perhaps also be noted that Piaget has been a productive worker in fields other than the one that I have chosen to interpret, notably in perception and the development of moral ideas in children. They are all related, of course, and some day may be combined into an integrated theory of cognition; but anyone wishing to inquire into all of them will need to supplement the readings listed here.

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The translated works of Piaget and his co-workers are listed chronologically according to the publication date of the French editions.

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Table of contents

  • Title Page iii
  • Preface vii
  • Acknowledgments xv
  • Contents xvii
  • I - Introduction 1
  • II - Sensorimotor Period (0-2 Years) 13
  • III - Concrete Operations Period (2-11 Years) 51
  • IV - Formal Operations Period (11-15) Years 91
  • V - Educational Implications: an Epilogue 105
  • Bibliography 133
  • Index 145
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