Cognitive Development of Children and Youth: A Longitudinal Study presents a theory of cognitive development, including descriptive information and conclusions based on a longitudinal study. This book discusses the mental operations in concept learning, results pertaining to comparisons between control groups and longitudinal blocks, and operations involving meaningful reception learning at the formal level. The conditions of learning and memory requirements, linguistic-relativity hypothesis, invariant sequencing, and rate and form of cognitive development across the school years are also elaborated. This text likewise covers the conditions contributing to rapid and slow cognitive development, longitudinal intervention study, and differences among concepts in age of attainment. This publication is intended for individuals who are interested in the cognitive development of children and youth, as well as upper-division and graduate students in psychology, educational psychology, and education.In D. Elkind aamp; J. H. Flavell (Eds.), Studies in cognitive development: Essays in honor of Jean Piaget. ... of instances and emphasis of relevant attribute values on mastery of geometric concepts by fourth- and sixth-grade children (Tech. Rep ... New York: Holt, Rinehart and Winston, 1962, (b) GagnAc, R. M. Learning hierarchies.
|Title||:||Cognitive Development of Children and Youth|
|Author||:||Herbert J. Klausmeier, Patricia S. Allen|
|Publisher||:||Academic Press - 2014-05-10|