Opinion Papers; Information Analyses; Journal Articles
Sees learning as a component of development. Explains how cognitive growth can result from dialectical interactions among modes of learning and attentional mental capacity, and that these modes and components of attention relate to contextual function areas which, being neuropsychological units, can be clarified as to function by connectionist modeling. Discusses four dimensions of learning within this conceptual framework. (ET)
Theme issue topic: "Development and Learning: Reconceptualizing the Intersection."