The Collected Works of L. S. Vygotsky - Vygotsky, L. S.
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Vygotsky was a Russian psychologist and one of the most influential psychologists in the world during the 20th century. This volume, the first of six, examines Vygotsky's works involving problems of general psychology, including thinking and speech.

Produktbeschreibung
Vygotsky was a Russian psychologist and one of the most influential psychologists in the world during the 20th century. This volume, the first of six, examines Vygotsky's works involving problems of general psychology, including thinking and speech.
  • Produktdetails
  • Cognition and Language: A Series in Psycholinguistics
  • Verlag: Springer / Springer US / Springer, Berlin
  • Softcover reprint of the original 1st ed. 1987
  • Seitenzahl: 408
  • Erscheinungstermin: 12. Oktober 2011
  • Englisch
  • Abmessung: 235mm x 155mm x 21mm
  • Gewicht: 616g
  • ISBN-13: 9781461289197
  • ISBN-10: 146128919X
  • Artikelnr.: 39562196
Inhaltsangabe
Prologue to the English Edition.- The Development of Vygotsky's Thought: An Introduction.- Thinking and Speech.- Preface.- 1. The Problem and the Method of Investigation.- 2. The Problem of Speech and Thinking in Piaget's Theory.- 3. Stern's Theory of Speech Development.- 4. The Genetic Roots of Thinking and Speech.- 5. An Experimental Study of Concept Development.- 6. The Development of Scientific Concepts in Childhood.- 7. Thought and Word.- Lectures on Psychology.- Lecture 1. Peception and Its Development in Childhood.- Lecture 2. Memory and Its Development in Childhood.- Lecture 3. Thinking and Its Development in Childhood.- Lecture 4. Emotions and Their Development in Childhood.- Lecture 5. Imagination and Its Development in Childhood.- Lecture 6. The Problem of Will and Its Development in Childhood.- Afterword to the Russian Edition.- Notes to the Russian Edition.- Thinking and Speech.- Lectures on Psychology.- Notes to the English Edition.- Author Index.
Rezensionen
From a review of a previous volume:
"Although the writings in this volume were composed over 60 years ago [...] everything we teach today in this area is here[...] the reader can appreciate how valuable and how modern are the insights presented [...] worthwhile."
(Contemporary Psychology)
`Although the writings in this volume were composed over 60 years ago, most of the conceptualizations offered are wholly current and contemporary....Everything we teach today in this area is here....Exceedingly valuable. The reading will not be easy, but it certainly will be worthwhile.' Contemporary Psychology, from a review of Volume 2 `All academic libraries, even those in two-year colleges, should add these volumes to their collections.' Choice, February 1998 `Volume 3 reveals Vygotsky's powerful philosophical vision far more richly than previously translated materials...The Collected Works in English are particularly valuable because a broad and honest reading of Vygotsky challenges common assumptions about psychology. By building on Vygotsky's more promising insights, psychology might have a better chance of overcoming the divisions it still faces.' American Scientist, May - June, 1998
`Although the writings in this volume were composed over 60 years ago, most of the conceptualizations offered are wholly current and contemporary....Everything we teach today in this area is here....Exceedingly valuable. The reading will not be easy, but it certainly will be worthwhile.'
Contemporary Psychology, from a review of Volume 2

`All academic libraries, even those in two-year colleges, should add these volumes to their collections.'
Choice, February 1998

`Volume 3 reveals Vygotsky's powerful philosophical vision far more richly than previously translated materials...The Collected Works in English are particularly valuable because a broad and honest reading of Vygotsky challenges common assumptions about psychology. By building on Vygotsky's more promising insights, psychology might have a better chance of overcoming the divisions it still faces.'
American Scientist, May - June, 1998