Blackwell (1987)

Presents major topics of developmental psychology from the perspective of philosophy. The areas covered include the status of developmental explanation, perceptual development, ego development and issues in stage theory.
Keywords Psychology Philosophy  Intellect  Cognition  Human Development  Philosophy  Psychology
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Call number BF38.P445 1987
ISBN(s) 0631146261
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