Author: Tamar Globerson
This volume offers a view that cognitive style presents a window into alternative paths of cognition development. The book discusses issues such as the nature of cognitive style, its psychological and neuropsychological bases, and its relationship with abilities, intelligence, and cognitive development. In general, the authors see cognitive style and cognitive development as non-reducible, and suggest unifying theoretical frameworks for their integration. Their approach takes cognitive development from a unidimensional model towards a multidimensional model.