Piagetian and Kleinian PerspectivesStreaming Video - 2006
How do babies develop an understanding of the people and things that populate the world, and at what age do they begin to acquire it? This program examines Jean Piaget's and Melanie Klein's theories on infant mental representation. Examples of infant behavior, captured through mother/baby interactions and classic experiments such as basic and A-not-B search tasks, demonstrate different stages of babies' abilities to represent permanence.
Publisher: New York, N.Y. : Films Media Group, , c1993
Alternative Title: Piagetian and Kleinian perspectives