|Perkins, David N. The Intelligent Eye: Learning to Think by Looking at Art (Occasional Paper Series). J. Paul Getty, 1994. ISBN: 089236274X. Unmarked text. Very Good. Paperback. (#30577) $14.00
Black and white illustrations. With carefully chosen illustrations, Perkins demonstrates how the reflective approach to art can develop broader, more adventurous, and clearer avenues of thought. Occasional Paper 4 of the J. Paul Getty series. 95p.
David Perkins is a founding member of Harvard Project Zero, a basic research project at the Harvard Graduate School of Education investigating human symbolic capacities and their development.
|Schidorsky, Dov (editor). Library Archives and Information Studies (Scripta Hierosolymitana). Magnes Press, The Hebrew University, 1989. Unmarked text. Slight chipping on dust jacket. Very Good in very good dust jacket. Hardcover. (#30570) $40.00
Inscribed by author to previous owner, Perry Danton, whose name is also written inside cover. English text. From the Scripta Hierosolymitana series. a publication of the Hebrew University, Jerusalem, Volume 29. Contributors include Leila Avrin, Bluma C. Peritz, Boris Korsch, A. Arad, and others. 251p.
| Gopnik, Alison; Meltzoff, Andrew N.; Kuhl, Patricia K. The Scientist in the Crib: Minds, Brains, and How Children Learn. William Morrow, 1999. ISBN: 0688159885. Unmarked text. Unclipped dust jacket. Very Good in very good dust jacket. Hardcover. (#30569) $14.00
The Scientist in the Crib argues that evolution designed us to both teach and learn. Nurture is our nature, and the drive to learn is our most important instinct. Index. References. 279p.