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Kaplan, D. (1960). The Growth of Logical Thinking from Childhood to Adolescence: An Essay On the Construction of Formal Operational Structures. By Barbel Inhelder and Jean Piaget. Translated by Anne Parsons and Stanley Milgram. New York: Basic Book, Inc. 1958. XXXVI + 356 pp. $8.25.. Psychoanal. Rev., 47B(2):125-127.

(1960). Psychoanalytic Review, 47B(2):125-127

The Growth of Logical Thinking from Childhood to Adolescence: An Essay On the Construction of Formal Operational Structures. By Barbel Inhelder and Jean Piaget. Translated by Anne Parsons and Stanley Milgram. New York: Basic Book, Inc. 1958. XXXVI + 356 pp. $8.25.

Review by:
Donald Kaplan

This book is a continuation of Piaget's investigation into the evolution of cognition and intelligence from infancy to adulthood. Piaget's concern is with the development of knowledge, the organization of thought and its adaptation to experience, and the rules of thought at various levels of problem solving.

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