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Re: [xmca] Sameroff - Vygotsky comparison / similaries - differences
Here are details about a recent article by Sameroff:
>> A Unified Theory of Development: A Dialectic Integration of Nature and Nurture
>> Child Development
>> Volume 81 Issue 1, Pages 6 - 22
>> Published Online: 4 Feb 2010
>> Arnold Sameroff 1
>> 1 University of Michigan
>> Correspondence concerning this article should be addressed to Arnold Sameroff, Center for Human Growth and Development, University of Michigan, 300 N. Ingalls Building, Ann Arbor, MI 48109-0406. Electronic mail may be sent to firstname.lastname@example.org.
>> The understanding of nature and nurture within developmental science has evolved with alternating ascendance of one or the other as primary explanations for individual differences in life course trajectories of success or failure. A dialectical perspective emphasizing the interconnectedness of individual and context is suggested to interpret the evolution of developmental science in similar terms to those necessary to explain the development of individual children. A unified theory of development is proposed to integrate personal change, context, regulation, and representational models of development.
>> DIGITAL OBJECT IDENTIFIER (DOI)
>> 10.1111/j.1467-8624.2009.01378.x About DOI
On Mar 2, 2010, at 3:21 PM, ulvi icil wrote:
> Dear all,
> Today I heard the name of Sameroff for the first time and also his
> transactional theory.
> Does anyone have a comment about it? And especially in terms of a comparison
> with Vygotsky's theory?
> At first glance, it seemed to me having some possible common points with
> Vygotsky's theory but this first and short information did not include any
> info about difference with Vygotsky's theory...
> It seems it possesses a dynamic approach but Vygotsky too. Child is active,
> not passive in Sameroff but he/she is so in Vygotsky also...
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