Memory: An Area of Difference Between Piaget and Goldman

From: Volume II, Issue 2: Spring 1982 Pages 11-14

Abstract

In his writings, Ronald Goldman aligns himself with Piagetian psychology. The author indicates that the agreement is often at a superficial level and illustrates this by contrasting Goldman's static conception of memory with Piaget's reconstructive model. These two divergent models are discussed along with their respective implications for Christian education.

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