The Psychology of Intelligence

The Psychology of Intelligence

Think of developmental psychology, and the name of Jean Piaget immediately springs to mind. His theory of learning lies at the very heart of the modern understanding of the human learning process, and he is celebrated as the founding father of child psychology. A prolific writer, is the author of more than fifty books and several hundred articles. The Psychology of...

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Title:The Psychology of Intelligence
Author:Jean Piaget
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  • Lena Mccain
    As an avid reader of child psychology and learning theories, it is in my opinion that this book is an essential part of understanding at least 1/4 of how individuals develop and learn. It is in this book that one is able to understand that Piaget was the first theorist to realize that intelligence i...
  • Susan Striepe
    A seminal book that should be read in conjunction with Vygotsky's "Mind in Society"....
  • Nina Layla
    Hope to find more like this ......
  • Shenanitims
    Piaget's groundbreaking work on what intelligence is, and the factors behind its development. An essential read for anyone working in the education field, or anyone with kids for that matter. A word of warning though, as with the rest of Piaget's work, it is also very technical. He doesn't shy away ...
  • Yaaresse
    Standard "I read this, but damned if I can remember exactly when or why or enough about it to make detail comments" disclaimer: My rating is based solely on my memory of how much or little I enjoyed the book at that time. In some cases, "at that time" might mean before most Goodreads users were born...
  • Benjamin J.
    Without a psychology background this was difficult at first. Piaget writes beautifully, but without the proper context, it seems like gibberish. This book would be appreciated by advanced students in psychology, or by someone reading a more accessible synopsis of Piaget's work in tandem. Piaget's co...
  • Cecillie
    I have absolutely no interest in child psychology specifically, and more than definitely zero interest in childhood development, if I'm being quite honest. And I can say by now that I'm not really a fan of Piaget's writing, I don't find it to be engaging. However, I had to read his theory about lear...
  • Andrew
    Jean Piaget presages a lot of contemporary thought in cognitive science, et al. I suppose there was a lot of this book I didn't entirely buy at face value-- at least regarding the logical structures of the human brain-- but there was quite a bit that I did.Basically, the core of Piaget's theory is a...

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