JPS Publications

Members of the Jean Piaget Society receive the following publications:

Cognitive DevelopmentHuman Development

Human Development is the official journal of the Jean Piaget Society.

JPS members have access to this quarterly journal as part of their annual membership benefits.

Distinguished by its international recognition since 1958, Human Development publishes in-depth conceptual articles, commentaries, and essay book reviews that advance our understanding of de­velopmental phenomena. Contributions serve to raise theoretical issues, flesh out interesting and potentially powerful ideas, and differentiate key constructs. Contributions come primarily from developmental psychology. Contributions are also welcomed from varied disciplines, including anthropology, biology, education, history, philosophy, psychology, and sociology.

We are very excited to be able to bring this new benefit to the JPS membership. See the on-line membership form.

Prior to offering access to Human Development, the society published its own quarterly journal and newsletter (The Genetic Epistemologist). Back issues of the journal are available on our web site.