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Mind in Context

Mind in Context
Interactionist Perspectives on Human Intelligence

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R. E. Snow, M. K. Gardner, S. J. Ceci, A. Roazzi, C. A. Berg, K. S. Calderone, R. K. Wagner, F. E. Fiedler, T. G. Link, N. Granott, H. Gardner, J. Valsiner, M.-C. Leung, R. J. Sternberg
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  • Date Published: January 1994
  • availability: Available
  • format: Paperback
  • isbn: 9780521422871

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  • The essays in Mind in Context serve as a bridge between the work of radical constructivists, who propose that all cognition depends on interaction with the outside world, and traditional cognitive scientists, who feel that all cognition resides in the mind. Here, concepts of distributed cognition and situated learning are translated into constructs and methodologies that are accessible to a broad range of psychology researchers and students. The volume is divided into three main parts, containing chapters by leaders in the fields of education, the study of intelligence, and psychometrics. Part I, dealing with performances in academic and test-like tasks, includes essays on novelty and intelligence, and the effects of context on cognition. Part II addresses everyday tasks, with essays on cognitive tests in job selection; and leader intelligence, interpersonal stress, and task performance. In Part III the essays move toward constructing an integrative framework for understanding the volume as a whole. This volume is essential reading for cognitive psychologists, social psychologists, educational psychologists as well as scholars interested in situated learning.

    • Complements our series 'Learning and Doing'
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    "...the present volume sparkles with quality, virtuosity, inspiration, vision, and a wealth of critical information. The contributors are a distinguished band of leading theorists and researchers, well-known and respected, and they have given, on the whole, fine performances of some of their best works." David Henry Feldman, Contemporary Psychology

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    • Date Published: January 1994
    • format: Paperback
    • isbn: 9780521422871
    • length: 262 pages
    • dimensions: 229 x 152 x 14 mm
    • weight: 0.379kg
    • contains: 32 b/w illus. 25 tables
    • availability: Available
  • Table of Contents

    Part I. Academic Tasks:
    1. Abilities in academic tasks R. E. Snow
    2. Novelty and intelligence M. K. Gardner
    3. The effects of context on cognition: postcards from Brazil S. J. Ceci and A. Roazzi
    Part II. Everyday Tasks:
    4. The role of problem interpretations in understanding the development of everyday problem solving C. A. Berg and K. S. Calderone
    5. The case of cognitive ability testing for job selection R. K. Wagner
    6. Leader intelligence, interpersonal stress, and task performance F. E. Fiedler and T. G. Link
    Part III. General Perspectives:
    7. When minds meet: interactions, coincidence, and development in domains of ability N. Granott and H. Gardner
    8. From intelligence to knowledge construction: a sociogenetic process approach J. Valsiner and M.-C. Leung
    9. PRSVL: an integrative framework for understanding mind in context R. J. Sernberg.

  • Editors

    Robert J. Sternberg, Yale University, Connecticut

    Richard K. Wagner, Florida State University

    Contributors

    R. E. Snow, M. K. Gardner, S. J. Ceci, A. Roazzi, C. A. Berg, K. S. Calderone, R. K. Wagner, F. E. Fiedler, T. G. Link, N. Granott, H. Gardner, J. Valsiner, M.-C. Leung, R. J. Sternberg

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