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In this article, the citation counts of 490 senior developmental psychologists were analyzed. Results showed that the 3-year citations totals from 1992 to 1994 ranged between 0 and 2248. Whereas the work of half of the sample was cited in 15 or fewer articles per year, the top 10% were cited in...
A venturesome hypothesis has been put forth by Wilson (1984), Kellert (1996), and others and has been receiving increasing support. The hypothesis asserts the existence of biophilia, a fundamental, genetically based human need and propensity to affiliate with other living organisms. A review of...
This article outlines a sociocultural perspective on the study of moral development. Grounded in Vygotsky's exploration of the developmental relationship between speech and thinking, it highlights the semiotic mediation of moral functioning via inner speech as inner moral dialogue, the social...
In his article, Tappan cogently outlines a sociocultural perspective on moral development which conceptualizes moral activity as mediated activity. He notes that such a perspective: 1) gives a much different account of moral development than current accounts (e.g., cognitive–developmental); and...
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