Exploring Cognitive Development: The Child As Problem Solver
This book uses the paradigm of the child as a problem solver to examine various theories of cognitive development.
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Developmental Disorders of Language Learning and Cognition
Charles Hulme,Margaret J. Snowling
Limited preview - 2009
The Child as Problem Solver 1 INTRODUCTION
The Child as Problem Solver 2 THEORETICAL OVERVIEW
The Child as Problem Solver 3 STRATEGY USE AND LEARNING IN PROBLEM SOLVING
The Child as Problem Solver 4 SOCIAL PROBLEM SOLVING
The Child as Problem Solver 5 WHAT THE CHILD BRINGS TO THE TASK
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