Leslie Smith is Lecturer in Education at Lancaster University.
Volume 1 UNDERSTANDING AND INTELLIGENCE 1. Some aspects of Piaget's genetic approach to cognition B. Inhelder, 1. Moral development 2. M oral Development L. Kohlberg 3. Moral judgement and moral psychology: Piaget, Kohlberg and beyond P. Tomlinson 4. The psychology of moral obligation D. Wright Formal Operational Understanding 5. The distribution of Piagetian stages of thinking in British middle and secondary school children M. shayer, D.E. Kuchemann, H. Wylam Propositional Reasoning 6. Truth-functional logic in formal operational thinking T.W. Bynum, J.A. Thomal, L.J. Weitz 7. The Gou protocol revisited: a Piagetian contextualization of critique T. Bond and I. Jackson 8. Development and the isolation of varialbles scheme and 'natural experiment' contexts D. Kuhn and J. Brannock 9. The theory of formal operations - a critique P.C. Wason 10. The acquisition of propositional logic and formal operational schemata during the secondary school years A.E. Lawson, R. Karplus, H. Adi 11. Form and content in the development of deductive reasoning Proportional Thinking 12. The development of proportional reasoning and the ratio concept. part 1 - differentiation of stages G. Noelting 13. Education and formal thought - a modest proposal R. Karplus 14. Cognition, instruction, development and individual differences R.S. Siegler 15. The balance-scale dilemma: either the subject of the experimenter muddles through S. Normandeau, S. Larivee, J.L Roulin Infant Intelligence 16. Stage IV of Piaget's theory of ingfant's object concepts: a logitudinal study G. Gratch and W.F. Landers 17. Object disappearance and error in Piaget's stage IV task G. Butterworth 18. Bringin order to the A-not-B error P.L. Harris 19. Object Permanence in five-month-old-infants R. Baillargeon, E.S. Spelke, S. Wasserman 20. Conservation of weight in infants P. Mounoud and T.G.R. Bower 21. Psychology of animal cognition: Piagetian studies F.Y. Dore and C. Dumas VOLUME 2 CHILDREN'S THINKING Transitivity 22. The ontogeny of certain logical operations M.D.S. Braine 23. Development of conrete transitivity of length in children J. Smedslund 24. Transitive interferences and memory in young children P.E. Bryant and T. Trabasso 25. What children do in spite of adults' hypotheses B.de Boysson-Bardies and K. O'Regan 26. Are children more logical than monkeys on the five-term series problem? M. Chalmers and B. McGonie 27 Functions, operations and decalage in the development of transitivity M. Chapman and U. Lindenberger 28. Transitive inferences about spatial position by young children R. Pears and P. Bryant Inclusion 29. An experimental study of the growth of some logical structures K. Lovell, B. Mitchell, I.R. Everett