June 30, 2021
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⟶ Updated 31 Jan 2020 ⟶
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Jean Piaget Identified the four stages of moral development (Over the course of six decades) → ~1920-1972
Jean Piaget Got the Balzan Prize for Social Sciences→ 1979
Jean Piaget Got his Ph.D. in Zoology in 1918
Jean Piaget (1955) Established the International Centre of Genetic Epistemology at Geneva and became its director.
Lev Vygotsky (1924–34) Worked At Moscow’s Institute of Psychology
Lee Vygotsky (1934) wrote, Thoughts and Language
Lee Vygotsky (1970) Vygotsky’s ideas and concepts are introduced into western society after his death in 1934
Lee Vygotsky (1978) His Book, Mind in Society: The Development of Higher Psychological Processes was published.
John Bowlby (1949) Bowlby writes a report, Maternal Care and Mental Health, on the mental health of homeless children in Europe for WHO that was published in 1951
John Bowlby (1951) Becomes a mental health consultant for WHO.
Erik Erikson 1930- Developed his psychosocial development theory
John Bowlby (1958) Publishes, The Nature of the Child's Tie to His Mother.
Harry Harlow (1957-63) Most known for his maternal-separation, dependency needs, and social isolation experiments on rhesus monkeys, throughout his career
Harry Harlow (1930) Earned his Ph.D. in Psychology
Harry Harlow (1967) Got the National Medal of Science
Harry Harlow (1959) Harlow and his students began to publish their observations on the effects of partial and total social isolation
Erikson expanded on Freudian psychoanalysis in the widely acclaimed book, Childhood and Society, published in 1950
EVENTS (1877) Charles Darwin published a paper on the development of forms of communication influenced off of observations of his infant son (1965) Donald Winnicott published The Maturational Process and the Facilitating Environment, which became the main text in clinical psychodynamic developmental psychology. (1992) Sandra Scarr published Developmental Theories of the 1990s, proposing that genes control experiences, and search and create environments.
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