Beyond formal operations: late adolescent and adult cognitive development

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Praeger, Jan 1, 1984 - Psychology - 463 pages
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Examines the nature of late adolescent and adult thought and concludes that there is describable and significant cognitive development during those stages of life which goes beyond Piaget's stage of formal operations.

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The Development of Abstractions
HigherOrder Reasoning
Systematic Metasystematic and CrossParadigmatic

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MICHAEL L. COMMONS is Lecturer and Research Associate in Psychiatry at Harvard Medical School, Massachusetts Mental Health Center, and Director of the Dare Institute.

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