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Revolutionary periods in early development

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Published in Bever, T.G. Regression in mental development: Basic phenomena and theoretical alternatives. Hillsdale, NJ: L. Erlbaum. 1982, p. 119-131
Abstract The term revolution refers to the modifications of relationships between the child and his environment during his life. These relationships do not have a permanent status in that every level of organization can be considered both as a result or as a starting point. The thesis chosen in this article suggests that every organization of a given level constitutes the program for further revolutions. The programmed aspect of these revolutions does not lessen the role and necessity of interactions with the various environments. The sensory-motor period has been taken here as an example.
Keywords Relationships between the child and his environmentLevels of organizationDissociation-fragmentationComposition-integrationSensory-motor period
Note French version: Archives de Psychologie, 44(171), 103-114. Mounoud (1976)
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MOUNOUD, Pierre. Revolutionary periods in early development. In: Bever, T.G. (Ed.). Regression in mental development: Basic phenomena and theoretical alternatives. Hillsdale, NJ : L. Erlbaum, 1982. p. 119-131. https://archive-ouverte.unige.ch/unige:22683

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