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Jean Piaget (1896–1980)

Author of The psychology of the child

Includes the names: Piaget J, J. Piaget, Jean Piaget, Jean Piaget, Piaget Jean, Žans Piažē

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The psychology of the child 239 copies, 3 reviews
Structuralism 225 copies, 1 review
Six Psychological Studies 185 copies, 3 reviews
Genetic Epistemology 85 copies, 2 reviews
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Jean Piaget was one of the most famous psychologists of the 20th century. He was originally a biologist who studied mollusks. He's best known for his studies of the intellectual growth of children and his influential theories of cognitive development. He published many articles and books, including The Origin of Intelligence in Children (1954).
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