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Gary Kose
Ph.D., Developmental Psychology
City University of New York, 1982

 
Research Interests: Philosophical and theoretical foundations of psychology; imagery, reasoning and psychological accounts of the arts and aesthetics; Piagetian theory; issues related to thinking and cognitive development.

Representative publications:

    Kose, G. & Fireman, G. (1999). Postmodern readings of Piaget’s Genetic Epistemology. Theoretical and Philosophical Psychology, 20, 1, 52- 61.

    Kose, G. (2002). The quest for self-identity: Time, narrative, and the late phase of Samuel Beckett. Journal of Constructivist Psychology, 15, 171-183.

    Fireman, G. & Kose, G. (2002). The development of self-regulation and awareness in children’s problem solving performance. Journal of Genetic Psychology.

    Silverstri, H. & Kose, G. (2003). Rationality and the practices of science: A reading of Kant. In J.R. Morss, N. Stephenson, & H. van Rappard (eds.), Theoretical Issues in Psychology. Boston, MA: Kluwer Publishing.

    Fireman, G. & Kose, G. (2003). Psychotherapy: Science, myth, or both. In J.R. Morss, N. Stephenson, & H van Rappard (eds.), Theoretical Issues in Psychology. Boston, MA: Kluwer Publishing.


 

 

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