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  1. James Mark Baldwin: A Bridge Between Social and Cognitive Theories of Development.Patricia E. Kahlbaugh - 1993 - Journal for the Theory of Social Behaviour 23 (1):79–103.
    Traditionally, developmental psychology has been characterized by two approaches, one predominantly social and the other, cognitive. Despite this separatism, develop-mentalists have expressed the need for a better understanding of how these two facets of the person interact - a need for a better account of development within the person as a whole. However, such an integration has been difficult given the incompatibility of underlying assumptions guiding these two areas of inquiry. James Mark Baldwin's integration of social and cognitive development into (...)
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