Tag Archives: childhood and adolescence

Psychology of Religion

Jean Piaget: The Developmental View

The Swiss psychologist, Jean Piaget (1896-1980) researched childhood experiences in general and produced a structure for developmental thinking which he hoped would enable us to understand more fully the processes of thinking, which children and adolescents use in their selection, search, manipulation and organisation of their experiences. Ronald Goldman Applied Piaget’s General Structure In the […]

Psychology of Religion

Religion in Childhood and Adolescence

One of the ways into a study of this subject is to notice how widely writers differ in their thoughts about the religion in Childhood and Adolescence.┬áThere are two main views on this: the developmental view (J.Piaget; R.Goldman) and┬áThe original and continuing vision (E.Robinson). The Developmental View of Religion in Childhood and Adolescence To summarise […]

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