Conférences Jean Piaget - Le développement de l'enfant de Piaget à nos jours - 20-21 juin 2016

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Conférences Jean Piaget - Le développement de l'enfant de Piaget à nos jours - 20-21 juin 2016

Intervenants

  • Richard Aslin (University of Rochester)
  • Renée Baillargeon (University of Illinois)
  • Paul Bloom (Yale University)
  • Mark Johnson (Birkbeck, University of London)
  • Annette Karmiloff-Smith (Birkbeck, University of London)
  • Andrew Meltzoff (University of Washington)
  • Thierry Nazzi (Paris-Descartes University)
  • Olivier Pascalis (University of Grenoble)
  • Elizabeth Spelke (Harvard University)
  • Karen Wynn (Yale University)

20 juin 2016

Welcome speech (Uni Mail R290) - Pierre Barrouillet / Pierre-Yves Brandt

  • Imitation in Infancy: Developing A Post-Piagetian Theory (Uni Mail R290) - Andrew Meltzoff
  • Core knowledge and the development of intelligence: A perspective on Piaget's theory (Uni Mail R290) - Elizabeth Spelke
  • From constructivism to neuroconstructivism: Typical/atypical infant trajectories (Uni Mail R290) - Annette Karmiloff-Smith
  • Early developmental trajectory of a phonological bias in lexical processing (Uni Mail R290) - Thierry Nazzi
  • Mechanism of learning during infant development: The role of distributional information (Uni Mail R290) - Richard Aslin
  • The origin of a theory: Evidence from Jean and Valentine Piaget's notebooks (Uni Mail R290) - Marc Ratcliff

Opening of the exhibition entitled "De l'observation à la théorie: les carnets d'observations de JJean et Valentine Piaget"

21 juin 2016

  • Infant memory or infant memories? (Uni Mail R290) - Olivier Pascalis
  • Just Babies: The origins of good and evil (Uni Mail R290) - Paul Bloom
  • The typical and atypical development of the social brain (Uni Mail R290) - Mark Johnson
  • The Roots of Morality: Early social judgments in infancy (Uni Mail R290) - Karen Wynn
  • Early Sociomoral Reasoning (Uni Mail R290) - Renée Baillargeon

Closing speech - Pierre Barrouillet

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