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Vol 36The Jean Piaget Symposium Series

Each year, following our annual meeting, the Jean Piaget Society publishes an edited volume. This approximately 300-page volume covers the main themes of the symposium and is published by Psychology Press. Members of the society receive the volume free of charge. (The price of the volume if not received through the Jean Piaget Society will be approximately $90.)

Descriptions, tables of contents, and reviews for each volume can be found on the Psychology Press website.

Current titles in the Jean Piaget Symposium Series:

  • Volume 36: Developmental Social Cognitive Neuroscience
  • Volume 35: Social Life and Social Knowledge
  • Volume 34: Social Development, Social Inequalities, and Social Justice
  • Volume 33: Developmental Perspectives on Embodiment and Consciousness
  • Volume 32: Play and Development
  • Volume 31: Biology and Knowledge Revisted
  • Volume 30: Changing Conceptions of Psychological Life
  • Volume 29: Reductionism and the Development of Knowledge
  • Volume 28: Language, Literacy, and Cognitive Development
  • Volume 27: Culture, Thought, and Development
  • Volume 26: Conceptual Development: Piaget's Legacy
  • Volume 25: Change and Development: Issues of Theory, Method, and Application
  • Volume 24: Piaget, Evolution, and Development
  • Volume 23: Values and Knowledge
  • Volume 22: Development and Vulnerability in Close Relationships
  • Volume 21: The Nature and Ontogenesis of Meaning
  • Volume 20: Development in Context: Acting and Thinking in Specific Environments
  • Volume 19: Piaget's Theory: Prospects and Possibilities
  • Volume 18: The Epigenesis of Mind: Essays on Biology and Cognition
  • Volume 17: Constructivist Perspectives on Developmental Psychopathology and Atypical Development
  • Volume 16: Reasoning, Necessity, and Logic: Developmental Perspectives
  • Volume 15: Constructivism in the Computer Age
  • Volume 14: Development and Learning: Conflict or Congruence?
  • Volume 13: Thought and Emotion: Developmental Perspectives
  • Volume 12: Moderators of Competence
  • Volume 11: New Trends in Conceptual Representation: Challenges to Piaget's Theory?
  • Volume 10: Piaget and the Foundations of Knowledge
  • Volume 09: The Relationship Between Social and Cognitive Development
  • Volume 08: New Directions in Piagetian Theory and Practice