Play, Dreams And Imitation In Childhood (häftad)
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Play, Dreams And Imitation In Childhood (häftad)

Play, Dreams And Imitation In Childhood

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First published in 1999. This volume is the third of a series devoted to the first years of the child's development, the two others being concerned with the beginnings of intelligence and the child's construction of reality (La naissance de intelligence chez Venfant and La construction du reel chez Venfant). Although this book contains frequent references to the two other volumes, which deal with the same three children and study the relationships between their mental activities, it nevertheless constitutes in itself an independent and complete study
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'Play, Dreams and Imitationmakes excellent reading for those trying to make sense of what children are doing when they play.' - Times Educational Supplement

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Chapter 01 Introduction; Part 1 Imitation; Chapter 02 The First Three Stages: Absence of Imitation, Sporadic Imitation and the Beginnings of Systematic Imitation; Chapter 03 Stages IV and V: Imitation of Movements Not Visible on the Body of the Subject, and Imitation of New Models; Chapter 04 Stage VI: Beginnings of Representative Imitation and Further Development of Imitation; Part 02 Play; Chapter 05 The Beginnings of Play; Chapter 06 Classification of Games and their Evolution after the Beginnings of Language; Chapter 07 Explanation of Play; Chapter 08 Secondary Symbolism in Play, Dreams, and "Unconscious" Symbolism; Part 03 Cognitive Representation; Chapter 09 Transition from Sensory-Motor Schemas to Conceptual Schemas; Chapter 10 From Practical to Representative Categories; Chapter 11 Conclusions: General Trends of Representative Activity;