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L. S. Vygotsky is a great Russian psychologist who is recognized as a pioneer in developmental psychology; yet, his theory of development has never been well understood in the West. In an effort to correct misunderstanding, the editors, a group of Vygotsky scholars have compiled a selection of Vygotsky's important essays. In these writings, he discusses child development as it pertains to perception, attention, internalization, and the educational implications that may arise.
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© 1978 Harvard University Press
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9780674576292
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0674576292
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9780674576292
Keywords:
Child Development, Educational Psychology, brain research, how students learn, stages of understanding
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