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Human Development (2018) 61 (1): 4–42.
Published Online: 27 March 2018
... framework. The paper first focuses on the composition of g. It is shown that g involves attention control, flexibility, working memory, cognizance of mental processes, and inference. We then present a model of intellectual development involving four cycles - episodic, realistic representation-based, rule...
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Human Development (2013) 56 (3): 171–177.
Published Online: 13 June 2013
... of the size and richness of that innate starting state, they share with empiricists in their commitment to a representational foundationalism - a foundation of representational atoms in that starting state [Allen & Bickhard, 2011a]: Foundationalism is the assumption that knowledge is built up from a base...
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Human Development (2010) 53 (4): 229–234.
Published Online: 27 September 2010
... responsibility for any injury to persons or property resulting from any ideas, methods, instructions or products referred to in the content or advertisements. Co-construction Representation Self Sociocultural theory Commentary Human Development 2010;53:229 234 DOI: 10.1159/000320048 Re-Presenting...
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Human Development (1992) 35 (3): 172–177.
Published Online: 27 January 2010
... Infantile amnesia Language Representation Culture Special Topic: The Age 4 Transition Human Development 1992;35:172-177 Katherine Nelson City University of New York Graduate Center, New York. N.Y., USA Emergence of Autobiographical Memory at Age 4 Keywords Autobiographical memory Episodic memory...
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Human Development (1992) 35 (3): 146–155.
Published Online: 27 January 2010
...Josef Perner Intellectual progress is viewed as conceptual change within theory development. After a brief discussion of which connotations of ‘theory’ are intended in the context of children’s knowledge, I illustrate how the acquisition of an important concept (representation) makes...
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Human Development (1993) 36 (6): 350–362.
Published Online: 20 January 2010
.... Communication Internal states Intersubjectivity Representation Social development Theory of mind Paper Human Development 1993:36:350-362 C. Cybele Raver Bonnie J. Leadbeater Yale University, New Haven, Conn., USA The Problem of the Other in Research on Theory of Mind and Social Development Key Words...
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Human Development (1996) 39 (3): 117–131.
Published Online: 20 January 2010
...-nativist accounts of representation. By claiming that young infants lacking representation treat absent objects as if they were destroyed or ‘impermanent’, Piaget created the impression that the development of representation resolves the impermanence problem. Discussions of conservation compound...
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Human Development (1995) 38 (6): 295–301.
Published Online: 20 January 2010
... relations in the world, as well as acquiring structural representations and mental models. These models can mediate transfer within and between domains providing a basis for understanding and autonomous strategy acquisition. Analogy also plays a key role in knowledge acquisition and transfer, especially...
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Human Development (1991) 34 (6): 363–379.
Published Online: 15 January 2010
...Gaby Netchine-Grynberg A major theme of contemporary thought in cognitive and communication sciences is the psychological status and functions of representational activities. The current interest in Vygotsky’s theory can be interpreted in such a framework. The work of the French psychologist Henri...
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Human Development (1988) 31 (5): 274–312.
Published Online: 08 January 2010
.... Constructivism Development Epistemology Intelligence Interactivism Logical necessity Piaget Representation Structuralism Human Development 31: 274-312 (1988) © 1988 S. Karger AG, Basel 0 0 1 8 - 7 16X /88/0315-0274S2.75/0 Piaget on Variation and Selection Models: Structuralism, Logical Necessity...
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Human Development (1986) 29 (1): 49–60.
Published Online: 24 December 2009
...Tullia Musatti In early social pretend play, the development of mental representations can be studied both in the child’s play and in communicative behavior. A girl was observed from the age of 18 to 32 months during pretend play with an adult. The child’s requests to share her play with the adult...
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Human Development (1987) 30 (1): 48–59.
Published Online: 24 December 2009
...Robert L. Campbell; Mark H. Bickhard Fodor has argued against developmental psychology. He contends that most concepts are innate, that little of importance can be learned, and that stage development cannot occur. Fodor considers mental representations to be static encodings. He is correct...
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Human Development (1987) 30 (4): 225–235.
Published Online: 24 December 2009
...Tullia Musatti; Susanna Mayer A theoretical reappraisal of the meaning of object substitution in the development of children’s representational abilities is suggested, and a functional distinction between five types of object substitution is proposed, with a focus on the relationship between social...
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Human Development (1985) 28 (1): 40–49.
Published Online: 23 December 2009
... responsibility for any injury to persons or property resulting from any ideas, methods, instructions or products referred to in the content or advertisements. Gestures Language development Preverbal communication Representation Sign language Symbolic function Hum. Dev. 28: 40-49 (1985) © 1985 S...
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Human Development (1984) 27 (5-6): 329–334.
Published Online: 23 December 2009
... as a succession of representational organizations, and discusses the concepts of structure and representation in their relationship with contents. The epistemological question of the interactions between the organism and the environment is considered from a systemic point of view. 23 12 2009 © 1984 S...
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Human Development (1972) 15 (4): 244–252.
Published Online: 18 December 2009
...), and about the same as their partners in intermediate (10–12) dyads. These and other results were discussed in terms of somewhat different notions of ‘equity’ as defined by Adams and Piaget. Age Representation Equity Equality Distribution of resources Prior performance Teammates Human Develop. 15...
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Human Development (1971) 14 (4): 227–235.
Published Online: 18 December 2009
...D.A. Corsini Several aspects of memory development were discussed within the framework of different types of memory research: the development of representational abilities; the development of the propensity to reprsent; the development of mnemonic strategies; the development of a general...
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Human Development (2003) 46 (1): 51–57.
Published Online: 23 January 2003
... ` Representation ` Socialization ` Theory of mind Some names, as James Thurber [1948] pointed out in his cherished piece How to Name a Dog, seem guaranteed to provoke the question: Why in the world do you call [it] that? In the case of dogs, Thurber informs us, vexing names like Bennett s Aunt, or Ask...
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