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Educational & Child Psychology Vol 15 No 2 1998: Discourse between academics and practitioners: Cognition, attribution and reading

Educational & Child Psychology Vol 15 No 2 1998: Discourse between academics and practitioners: Cognition, attribution and reading

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A collection of papers that make significant and original contributions to the field of educational and child psychology. The theme is of this issue is Discourse between academics and practitioners: Cognition, attribution and reading


 

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Editorial

Discourse 1: Cognition

Children learning to think: learning from others? Vygotskian theory and educational psychology
Sara Meadows

One night Vygotsky had a dream: 'children learning to think ...' and implications for educational psychologists
Phil Stringer

"I have a dream ..."
Sara Meadows

Discourse 2: Attribution

Causal judgment and explanation
Denis Hilton

Causal judgement and explanation: a practitioner response to Denis Hilton
Norah Frederickson

Commentary on Norah Frederickson's response
Denis Hilton

Discourse 3: Reading

Reading development and its difficulties
Margaret Snowling

How relevant is connectionist modelling of reading to educational practice? Some implications of Margaret Snowling's article
Rea Reason

Connectionism and educational practice: a rejoinder
Margaret Snowling

 

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