Votre enfant devant les écrans : ne paniquez pas
L'inhibition au service de l’intelligence : Penser contre soi-même
Neurosciences cognitives développementales
Dirigé par Nicolas Poirel
Numerical Cognition – The Basics
Numerical Cognition: The Basics provides an understanding of the neural and cognitive mechanisms that enable us to perceive, process, and memorize numerical information.
Starting from basic numerical competencies that humans share with other species, the book explores the mental coding of numbers and their neural representation. It explains the strategies of mental calculation, their pitfalls and their development, as well as the developmental steps children make while learning about numbers. The book gradually builds our understanding of the underlying mental processes of numeracy and concludes with an insightful examination of the diagnosis, etiology and treatment of dyscalculia.
Written in an accessible manner, the book summarizes and critically evaluates the major psychological explanations for various empirical phenomena in numerical cognition. Containing a wealth of student-friendly features including end of chapter summaries, informative figures, further reading lists, and links to relevant websites, Numerical Cognition: The Basics is an essential starting point for anybody new to the field.
Bien débuter en CE1 – Compréhension des nombres
A photocopiable file to help your students understand numbers at the beginning of CE1.
This photocopy file allows you to draw up a profile of each student's skills at the beginning of CE1, in the area of number comprehension, according to three learning areas
• Reading and writing numbers
• Comparing and arranging numbers
• Decompose numbers
It then proposes individualized courses, targeted on identified needs.
This file is organized in two parts: Diagnostic evaluation and Training.
11 diagnostic evaluation sheets:
These sheets allow the teacher to measure the students' achievements in each learning area. The teacher reports the results of his students in tables, and defines the training course adapted to the profile of skills of each student.
94 differentiated training sheets:
These cards propose exercises targeted on the assessed skills. The cards are organized according to the numbers covered: numbers from 0 to 10; numbers from 0 to 20; numbers from 0 to 69; numbers from 0 to 79; numbers from 0 to 100. The emphasis is on small numbers in order to solidify the basics.
Depending on the results observed, the teacher can program individualized paths to consolidate the concepts.
Explore ton cerveau
Olivier Houdé & Grégoire Borst
Explore your brain
3-System Theory of the Cognitive Brain
3-System Theory of the Cognitive Brain: A Post-Piagetian Approach to Cognitive Development puts forward Olivier Houdé’s 3-System theory of the cognitive brain, based on numerous post-Piagetian psychological and brain imaging data acquired from children and adults. This ground-breaking theory simultaneously anchors itself in a deep understanding of the history of psychology and fuels current debates on thinking, reasoning and cognitive development. Spanning the long-term history of psychology, from Plato and Aristotle to more current experimental psychology, this pioneering work goes beyond the approaches of Kahneman (i.e. System 1 theory) and Piaget (i.e. System 2 theory) to put forward a theory in which the inhibitory-control system (i.e. System 3) takes precedence. Houdé argues that the brain contains a third control system located in the prefrontal cortex which is dedicated to inhibiting Kahneman’s intuitive heuristics system and activating Piaget’s logical algorithms system anywhere in the brain on a case-by-case basis, depending on the goal and context of the task. 3-System Theory of the Cognitive Brain simultaneously explains the early logical abilities discovered in babies, the dynamic, strategic and non-linear process of cognitive development in children, and the fast heuristics and biases observed in adults. Houdé considers the exciting implications of this theory on neuro-education using examples from the classroom. This book is essential reading for students and researchers in cognitive development and education, child psychology, reasoning and neurosciences
L'intelligence humaine n'est pas un algorithme
Humain intelligence is not an algorithm
Comment raisonne notre cerveau
Les méthodes en psychologie
Grégoire Borst & Arnaud Cachia
Methods in Psychology
L'école du cerveau
Olivier Houdé & Grégoire Borst
Le cerveau et les apprentissages
Olivier Houdé & Grégoire Borst
Dual process theory 2.0
Wim De Neys (Editor)
Dual Process Theory 2.0 provides a comprehensive overview of the new directions in which dual process research is heading. Human thinking is often characterized as an interplay between intuition and deliberation and this two-headed, dual process view of human thinking has been very influential in the cognitive sciences and popular media. However, despite the popularity of the dual process framework it faces multiple challenges.Recent advances indicate that there is a strong need to re-think some of the fundamental assumptions of the original dual process model. With chapters written by leading scholars who have been actively involved in the development of an upgraded ‘Dual Process Theory 2.0’, this edited volume presents an accessible overview of the latest empirical findings and theoretical ideas. With cutting edge insights on the interaction between intuition and deliberation, Dual Process Theory 2.0 should be of interest to psychologists, philosophers, and economists who are using dual process models.
Histoire de la psychologie
A history of Psychology
Apprendre à résister
Learning to resist
New Approaches in Reasoning Research
Wim De Neys & Magda Osman
Reasoning research has long been associated with paper and pencil tasks in which peoples’ reasoning skills are judged against established normative conventions. However, there has been a recent revolution in the range of techniques, empirical methods and paradigms used to examine reasoning behaviour. New Approaches in Reasoning Research brings to the fore these new pioneering research methods and empirical findings. Each chapter is written by a world-leading expert in the field and covers a variety of broad empirical techniques and new approaches to reasoning research. Maintaining a high level of integrity and rigor throughout, Editors De Neys and Osman have allowed the experts included here the space to think big about the general issues concerning their work, to point out potential implications and speculate on further developments. Such freedom can only help to stimulate discussion and spark creative thinking. The use of these new methods and paradigms are already generating a new understanding of how we reason, as such this book should appeal to researchers and students of Cognitive Psychology, Social Psychology, and Neuroscience along with Cognitive Scientists, and anyone interested in the latest developments in reasoning, rationality, bias, and thinking.
L'enfant face aux écrans
Jean François Bach, Olivier Houdé, Pierre Lena & Serge Tisseron
The child and the screen
Psychologie du développement cognitif
Olivier Houdé & Gaëlle Leroux
Developmental cognitive psychology
Les 100 mots de la psychologie
Psychology in 100 words
10 leçons de psychologie et pédagogie
10 lessons on psychology and pedagogy
La psychologie de l'enfant
The Child’s psychology
Dictionary of Cognitive Science
A translation of the renowned French reference book, Vocabulaire de sciences cognitives , the Dictionary of Cognitive Science presents comprehensive definitions in more than 120 subjects. Topics range from 'Abduction' to 'Writing', and each entry is covered from as many perspectives as possible within the domains of psychology, artificial intelligence, neuroscience, philosophy, and linguistics. The editor and his advisory board, each a specialist in one of these areas, have brought together 60 internationally recognized scholars to give the reader a comprehensive understanding of the most current and dynamic thinking in the cognitive sciences.
Cerveau et psychologie
Olivier Houdé, Bernard Mazoyer & Nathalie Tzourio-Mazoyer
Brain and Psychology