Bryan Sokol

Bryan Sokol
Saint Louis University | SLU · Department of Psychology

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Identity development research has clearly established that discovery processes are necessary for identity formation. And, it is clear that social interaction is an important component of discovery. This poster recounts some initial findings from a program known as Readers to Leaders (R2L) which leveraged these general principles to encourage young...
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Morality has again become an important focus of research in different scientific disciplines: from biology (ethology), neuropsychology and evolutionary psychology to social psychology, business ethics, and political philosophy. One of the reasons for this renewed interest, no doubt, stems from the tragedies that human beings, individually or in gro...
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New research on children's executive functioning and self-regulation has begun to reveal important connections to their developing social understanding (or 'theories of mind') and emotional competence. The exact nature of the relations between these aspects of children's social and emotional development is, however, far from being fully understood....
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This study explored the theoretical prediction that class and propositional reasoning skills emerge as a function of the developing ability to coordinate increasingly complex negation and affirmation operations. Children from Grades 1, 3, 5, and 7 (7-, 9-, 11-, and 13-year-olds) were presented with problems from each domain. Rasch analyses of the c...
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The purpose of this article is to suggest a model for the development of mental representation. First, the fertility of empiricist and constructivist models of mental representation is explored. It is concluded that the constructivist model provides a better ground for building a theory of mental representation. Next, Piaget's constructivist accoun...
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This article is a reply to the commentary made by Smith (1998) regarding these authors' earlier article (1998), which proposes a modified constructivist account of the origins of mental representation. This article focuses on three aspects of Smith's commentary. First, we elaborate on Smith's discussion of differences between empiricist and constru...

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