Piaget's Equilibration, One Side Of The Coin?

From: Volume XV, Issue 2: Winter 1995 Pages 40-44


While debate continues concerning Piaget's developmental stage theory, many Piagetian advocates have argued that the most crucial aspect of Piaget's work is his theory of intellectual development; a single driving force. Piaget called equilibration. This article explores the validity of positing only one motivational engine behind cognitive development.



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