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David Marco Carre, Jaan Valsiner, Stefan Hampl
Table Of Contents
Introduction - Going Backwards to Move Forward: Understanding the shortcomings of Developmental Science Stefan Hampl, David Carre & Jaan Valsiner Part 1: Emerging Representations of Development Goethe and Werner: From Morphology to Orthogenetic Principle Ulrich Muller & Abigail Graves Making Sense of Self-Completing Wholes: Epistemological travels of Hans Driesch Jaan Valsiner The Need to Bridge Concepts of Development in the Life Sciences Vanessa Lux Part 2: Study of Development in its Move to the Twenty-first Century The Passion of Bob Cairns: Creating Developmental Science Jaan Valsiner The Loss of Piaget as a Symptom: The issue of development in contemporary cognitive psychology Eduardo Mart Neuroscience: Can it Become Developmental? Aaro Toomela Socio-developmental Aspects of Apprenticeship: The Case of Musical Tuition Pablo Rojas Part 3: Representing What is Yet to Happen: Ideas for New Pathways into Developmental Science On the Ganzheit and Stratification of the Mind: The Emergence of Heinz Werner's Developmental Theory Commentary by Martin Wieser Reconsidering Equipotentiality: Agency and the Directions of Development Commentary by Vanessa Lux Observations on Karl and Charlotte Buhler's Perspective of Development Commentary by Gerhard Benetka The Dangerous Look of Development and Developmental Science Commentary by Jeanette A. Lawrence & Agnes E. Dodds Knowledge in Mind: Piaget's Epistemology Commentary by Leslie Smith Time is of the Essence: From the Estimation of Single Points to the Description of Functions Commentary by Felipe Munoz-Rubke Reprise in Musical Tuition: Hints on the Helical Nature of Development Commentary by David Carre General Conclusion - Representing Development: Pasts, Presents, Futures David Carre, Jaan Valsiner & Stefan Hampl
David Carre is PhD research fellow at the Niels Bohr Professorship Centre for Cultural Psychology, Faculty of Humanities, Aalborg University, Denmark. Jaan Valsiner is Niels Bohr Professor of Cultural Psychology, Department of Communication and Psychology, Aalborg University, Denmark. Stefan Hampl is Vice Rector for Teaching and Deputy Head of the Faculty of Psychology, Sigmund Freud University, Austria.