Jerome Bruner has written many seminal works on education and cognitive studies, including "The Culture of Education" (1996), "Acts of Meaning" (1990), "On Knowing: Essays for the Left Hand" (1962), and "The Process of Education" (1961). Through his distinguished career, first as professor of psychology at Harvard and then as Watts Professor at Oxford, he has been at the forefront of what became, in the 1960s, the much-heralded Cognitive Revolution that forever changed the way psychologists study the mind. During the Kennedy and Johnson administrations, he served on the president's Science and Advisory Committee, and he has since helped to found Head Start. Currently, he lives in his native New York City with his wife, Carol Fleisher Feldman, and teaches at NYU Law School.
Jeremy M. Anglin received his Ph.D. from Harvard University in 1970. He is associate professor of psychology and currently the chair of the Developmental Psychology Division at the University of Waterloo. His research interests include language acquisition and cognitive development. Several of his recent studies have focused on lexical, semantic, and conceptual development during childhood. He has previously been a consulting editor for the "Monographs of the Society for Research in Child Development" and has served on the editorial board of "Child Development," He is the author of "The Growth of Word Meaning" and of "Word, Object, and Conceptual Development "and the editor of "Beyond the Information Given: Studies in the Psychology of Knowing."
George A. Miller received his Ph.D. from Harvard University in 1946. He is a cognitive psychologist at Princeton University.
Pamela C. Wakefield received her B.S. from Upsala College in 1982. She is a member of the research staff at Princeton University.
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Book Description Allen & Unwin, 1974. Hardcover. Book Condition: New. book. Bookseller Inventory # 004150044X