Their primary use will be in the classroom with a tutor′s guidance, but the interactive style makes them equally appropriate for the purposes of self–study. More advanced students might want to use the Units to learn at their own pace, and in all cases, the careful structure of the writing and the extensive use of Examples, Open Questions and Self–Assessment Questions make them ideal revision guides.
Thinking as association.
Thinking as a response to biological demands.
Thinking as adaptation to the environment.
Thinking as cognitive restructuring.
Thinking as a resolving discrepancies.
Part 2: Reasoning.
Part 3: Representation.
Part 4: The Development of Representation.
Modes of representation.
Representation and revision strategies.
Development of schemata.
Part 5: Problem Solving.
Part 6: Computer Modelling.
Answers to Self–Assessment Questions.