The Language and Thought of the Child
K. Paul, Trench, Trubner & Company, Limited, 1926 - 246 pages
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action activity adapted adult answer appear argument asked begin called causal causal explanation cause chapter child childish classification collaboration collective common concerned conclusion connected connexion conversation corresponding definite desire detail drawing ego-centric everything example experiments explanation expressed fact fairy Finally function give given goes hand happens idea importance intentions interest justification language less logical look material means mechanical mental method mind monologue motivation nature never objects observation once person phenomena play point of view possible precausality present primitive problem propositions proverb psychological purely questions reality reason relation remarks reproducer rules schema seems sense sentences simply social speak stage story syncretism taken talk tell things thought tion turned understanding understood verbal whole whys