Jean Piaget - List of Major Works

List of Major Works

In the list below, the following definitions have been used:

  • Exemplars: More than 5,000 citations in Google Scholar
  • Super-Classics: More than 2,500 citations in Google Scholar
  • Classics: More than 1,000 citations in Google Scholar
  • Major Works: More than 500 citations in Google Scholar
  • Works of Significance: More than 250 citations in Google Scholar

The references have been presented in order of their impact according to Google Scholar.

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