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Reflective Thinking in Educational Settings
A Cultural Framework

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Alessandro Antonietti, Emanuela Confalonieri, Antonella Marchetti, Felice Carugati, Patrizia Selleri, Barbara Colombo, Ilaria Castelli, Giulia Cavalli, Eleonora Di Terlizzi, Flavia Lecciso, Barbara Lucchini, Davide Massaro, Serena Petrocchi, Annalisa Valle, Janette Pelletier, Kathleen Hipfner-Boucher, Antoinette Doyle, Marek Meristo, Kerstin W. Falkman, Erland Hjelmquist, Mariantonia Tedoldi, Luca Surian, Michael Siegal, Piergiorgio Battistelli, Jerome Bruner, David R. Olson, Pietro Boscolo, Federica Savazzi, Gabriella Gilli, Simona Ruggi, Sarah Miragoli, Jens Brockmeier, Bruce D. Homer
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  • Date Published: March 2014
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  • This volume examines the role that culture plays in the acquisition of cognitive, linguistic, and social skills. Taking reflective thinking as a central analytical concept, the contributors investigate the role of personal reflection in a series of mental activities, including the creation of social relationships, the creation of a mental narrative to make sense of events, and metacognition. These three types of cognition are usually conceived of as separate research fields. Reflective Thinking in Educational Settings draws these discrete subfields into dialogue, exploring the connections and interplay among them. This approach yields insight into a range of topics, including language acquisition, cognitive processes, theory of mind, cross-cultural interaction, and social development. The volume also outlines the implications of these findings in terms of further research and possible social policy initiatives.

    • Highlights connections between discrete areas of research
    • Includes perspectives on a range of age and developmental levels
    • Considers typical and atypical development in a variety of educational settings
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    'Renowned authors unite to bridge cognitive psychology and sociocultural psychology, offering us a wealth of research data and theoretical insights.' Anne-Nelly Perret-Clermont, University of Neuchâtel, Switzerland

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    • Date Published: March 2014
    • format: Adobe eBook Reader
    • isbn: 9781139898614
    • contains: 12 tables
    • availability: This ISBN is for an eBook version which is distributed on our behalf by a third party.
  • Table of Contents

    Introduction Alessandro Antonietti, Emanuela Confalonieri and Antonella Marchetti
    Part I. Representation and Metarepresentations:
    1. Social development and the development of social representations: two sides of the same coin? Felice Carugati and Patrizia Selleri
    2. Learning from multimedia artifacts: the role of metacognition Alessandro Antonietti and Barbara Colombo
    3. Theory of mind in typical and atypical developmental settings: some considerations from a contextual perspective Antonella Marchetti, Ilaria Castelli, Giulia Cavalli, Eleonora Di Terlizzi, Flavia Lecciso, Barbara Lucchini, Davide Massaro, Serena Petrocchi and Annalisa Valle
    4. The use of metacognitive language in story retelling: the intersection between theory of mind and story comprehension Janette Pelletier, Kathleen Hipfner-Boucher and Antoinette Doyle
    5. Language access and theory of mind reasoning: evidence from deaf children in bilingual and oralist environments Marek Meristo, Kerstin W. Falkman, Erland Hjelmquist, Mariantonia Tedoldi, Luca Surian and Michael Siegal
    6. Commentary: aspects and perspectives of research into metarepresentative thought Piergiorgio Battistelli
    Part II. Narratives:
    7. Narrative, culture, and psychology Jerome Bruner
    8. Schooling and literacy in mind and society David R. Olson
    9. Teaching writing to undergraduate psychology students as socialization to a genre Pietro Boscolo
    10. Exploring pictorial artworks: the role of intersubjectivity Federica Savazzi, Gabriella Gilli and Simona Ruggi
    11. Does culture shape the professional self? An exploration of teachers' narratives Emanuela Confalonieri and Sarah Miragoli
    12. Commentary: exploring symbolic spaces: writing, narrative, and art Jens Brockmeier and Bruce D. Homer
    Concluding remarks Alessandro Antonietti, Emanuela Confalonieri and Antonella Marchetti.

  • Editors

    Alessandro Antonietti, Università Cattolica del Sacro Cuore, Milano
    Alessandro Antonietti is a Professor of Applied Cognitive Psychology in the Department of Psychology at the Catholic University of the Sacred Heart, Milan, Italy.

    Emanuela Confalonieri, Università Cattolica del Sacro Cuore, Milano
    Emanuela Confalonieri is a Professor of Developmental Psychology in the Department of Psychology at the Catholic University of the Sacred Heart, Milan, Italy.

    Antonella Marchetti, Università Cattolica del Sacro Cuore, Milano
    Antonella Marchetti is a Professor of Developmental and Educational Psychology in the Department of Psychology at the Catholic University of the Sacred Heart, Milan, Italy.

    Contributors

    Alessandro Antonietti, Emanuela Confalonieri, Antonella Marchetti, Felice Carugati, Patrizia Selleri, Barbara Colombo, Ilaria Castelli, Giulia Cavalli, Eleonora Di Terlizzi, Flavia Lecciso, Barbara Lucchini, Davide Massaro, Serena Petrocchi, Annalisa Valle, Janette Pelletier, Kathleen Hipfner-Boucher, Antoinette Doyle, Marek Meristo, Kerstin W. Falkman, Erland Hjelmquist, Mariantonia Tedoldi, Luca Surian, Michael Siegal, Piergiorgio Battistelli, Jerome Bruner, David R. Olson, Pietro Boscolo, Federica Savazzi, Gabriella Gilli, Simona Ruggi, Sarah Miragoli, Jens Brockmeier, Bruce D. Homer

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