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Author of numerous publications and studies in education, psychology, problems of knowledge, cognition, child development and other related fields. Among his most recent works are: Play: Its Role in Evolution and Development (ed.); Communication as Languageand In Search of Mind: Essays in Autobiography.
This article is based on an invited address presented to the Preschool Playgroups Association of Great Britain at its Annual General Meeting in Llandudno, Wales, March 1983.
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Bruner, J. Play, thought and language. Prospects 16, 77–83 (1986). https://doi.org/10.1007/BF02197974