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American psychologist who devised the Strange Situation procedure to measure attachment; contributed to attachment theory.
Mary D. Salter Ainsworth
1913-1999
Canadian-born psychologist whose studies of cognitive development during infancy using visual rather than manual tasks challenged beliefs about the age at which object permanence first appears.
Renee Baillargeon
b. 1954
German-born American psychologist who proposed an influential theory of psychological development throughout the lifespan.
Erik Erikson
1902-1994
American psychologist who proposed an infuential theory of moral development.
Lawrence Kohlberg
1927-1987
Swiss child psychologist whose infueuntial theory proposed that children progress through distinct stages of cognitive development.
Jean Piaget
1896-1980
Russian psychologist who stressed the importance of social and cultural influences in cognitive development.
Lev Vygotsky
1896-1934