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Titel: The child's understanding of number
Einband: Soft cover
Cambridge : Harvard University Press, 1986. Paperback. xv,260 pp. Condition : fine. Condition : as new. ISBN 0674116372[KEYWORDS: PSYCHOLOGY. Buchnummer des Verkäufers 235217
Inhaltsangabe: The authors report the results of some half dozen years of research into when and how children acquire numerical skills. They provide a new set of answers to these questions, and overturn much of the traditional wisdom on the subject.
Klappentext: This book deals primarily with the preschool child's conception of number and how that conception develops. This central concern is, however, embedded in a larger framework, namely, an overriding interest in early cognitive capacities and their relationship to subsequent capacities. The initial chapters develop this broader framework.
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