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by Jan J.F. ter Laak,Peter G. Heymans,Andrei I. Podol'skij
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  • Author:
    Jan J.F. ter Laak,Peter G. Heymans,Andrei I. Podol'skij
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    Springer; 1994 edition (June 30, 1994)
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Table of contents (20 chapters). Developmental Tasks: A Cultural Analysis of Human Development.

The concept of developmental task is introduced, stressing contexts within which individuals meet, eliciting transitions in their behavior and, by implication, in the self. The developmental task concept is compatible with the activity theory of Gal'perin, especially the concept of meaningful learning. Table of contents (20 chapters).

The developmental task concept is compatible with the activity theory of Gal'perin, especially the concept of meaningful learning

The developmental task concept is compatible with the activity theory of Gal'perin, especially the concept of meaningful learning. The authors show how their concept may be applied to age-related crises, the acquisition of a moral status, the achievement of educational independence, the assessment of readiness for school, acquisition of peer status, acquisition of concepts of morality, and the task of ageing.

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ফলাইনে পড়ার জন্য, হাইলাইট করতে, বুকমার্ক করতে অথবা Developmental Tasks: Towards a Cultural Analysis of Human Development পড়ার সময় নোট নেওয়ার জন্য ডাউনলোড করুন। . The concept of developmental task is introduced, stressing contexts within which individuals meet, eliciting transitions in their behavior and, by implication, in the self.

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The concept 'developmental task' is elaborated in such a way as to stress situations that interacting individuals create . experience of ageing. The book is intended for psychologists, educators and advanced students.

The concept 'developmental task' is elaborated in such a way as to stress situations that interacting individuals create and meet with, and which elicit transitions in behavior and, by implication, in the self. The concept is compared and proved to be compatible with the dynamic concepts of Russian activity theory and of the Galperinian concept of meaningful learning.

towards a cultural analysis of human development. by Jan J. F. ter Laak. Includes bibliographical references. Published 1994 by Kluwer Academic Publishers in Dordrecht, Boston. Child psychology, Developmental psychology, Congresses. Based on the first meeting of developmental psychologists from Utrecht University and Moscow State University and Moscow Pedagogical dgments. 155. Library of Congress.

Behavioral and cognitive development is considered here as an ordered change in an individual throughout his or her lifespan, and not as sets of individual differences between persons, nor as stage-like progressions. The concept of developmental task is introduced, stressing contexts within which individuals meet, eliciting transitions in their behavior and, by implication, in the self. The developmental task concept is compatible with the activity theory of Gal'perin, especially the concept of meaningful learning. The authors show how their concept may be applied to age-related crises, the acquisition of a moral status, the achievement of educational independence, the assessment of readiness for school, acquisition of peer status, acquisition of concepts of morality, and the task of ageing. For professional psychologists and educationalists, and advanced research students in the same subjects.