The Collected Works of L. S. Vygotsky: The History of the Development of Higher Mental Functions

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Springer Science & Business Media, 1997 M03 31 - 294 páginas
In this volume, readers are introduced to Vygotsky's argument for a theoretical and methodological approach to differentiate A "higher" mental functions from the more basic brain processes that other theorists believed were at the center of the psychological apparatus. The famed Soviet psychologist's view of developmental issues as an intricately woven tapestry of functions includes analyses of:

- the development of speech and written language
- the mastering of attention and mnemonic skills
- self-control and the higher, more cultivated forms of behavior
- the cultural age, personality, and world view of children.

 

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The Problem of the Development of Higher Mental Functions
1
Research Method
27
Analysis of Higher Mental Functions
65
The Structure of Higher Mental Functions
83
Genesis of Higher Mental Functions
97
The Development of Speech
121
Prehistory of the Development of Written Language
131
Development of Arithmetic Operations
149
SelfControl
207
Cultivation of Higher Forms of Behavior
221
The Problem of Cultural Age
231
Conclusion Further Research Development of Personality and World View in the Child
241
The Question of Multilingual Children
253
Epilogue
261
Notes to the Russian Edition
279
References
287

Mastering Attention
153
The Development of Mnemonic and Mnemotechnical Functions
179
Development of Speech and Thinking
191
Author Index
289
Subject Index
291
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