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Child Psychology - Generally taken as the most neutral umbrella term for the interdisciplinary science that studies the child in any large number of systematic ways.

Cognitive Development -The main theorist regarding cognitive development is Jean Piaget. A Swiss, Piaget got his PhD at 21, which is about the age that most people now get their BA. He worked in Paris at Alfred Binet's laboratory school, where the first tests of intellectual ability were developed. Piaget was intrigued at how children answered questions incorrectly, as the mistakes that they made seemed to be consistently different from (the correct) adult responses. He made careful studies of his own children, and he expanded those studies to larger groups of kids. Piaget was only discovered by North Americans in the 1960s, when some of his work was first translated into English. However, he had been a big name in European psychology since the 1930s. 3/5
JEAN PIAGET - 1896 - 1980 - Dr. C. George Boeree 2/5
Jean Piaget Archives - Documentation - The Jean Piaget Archives. Documentation. The documents available at the Archives Jean Piaget include : All the writings of Jean Piaget.  5/5
Jean Piaget Society Student Resources Page - The Genetic Epistemologist is published quarterly as the newsletter of the Jean Piaget Society. 4/5
Piaget's Theory of Infant Cognitive Development - Including Infantile Amnesia. 3/5
Recommended Books:
The Language and Thought of the Child
The Psychology of the Child (Paperback) by Jean Piaget (Author),
Jean Piaget
The Language and Thought of the Child (Routledge Classics)
(Routledge Classics) (Paperback) by Jean Piaget (Author), Gabain
Marjorie (Translator), Gabain Ruth (Translator) "The question which
we shall attempt to answer in this book may be stated as follows:
What are the needs which a child tends to..."
The Psychology of the Child (Paperback) by Jean Piaget (Author),
Barbel Inhelder (Author) "IF THE CHILD partly explains the adult, it
can also be said that each period of his development partly explains
the periods that follow ..." (more)

The Child's Conception of the World (Paperback)
by Jean Piaget (Author)
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