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Jean Piaget & Developmental Psychology by Jordan Peterson (Host: Shrikant)
NEW VENUE: 60 Wall Street Atrium — Only 3-6 minutes walk from most subway lines. (550 Madison is closed for renovations) We will be discussing Jordan Peterson’s video on Jean Piaget. In this lecture, Jordan Peterson talks about the great developmental psychologist Jean Piaget, who was interested, above all, in the way that knowledge is generated and transforms. His analysis of the development of morality in children, which relates early play to social cooperation and competition, is particularly profound. See Jordan Peterson’s lecture on Personality & it’s Transformations: Jean Piaget See the entire series of Personality & it’s Transformations series of lectures by Jordan Peterson here: We will be joined by 20+ members of other conversation groups.

60 Wall Street Atrium

60 Wall St. · New York, NY

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We'll meetup to discuss lectures, author events, TED Talk videos, etc. on psychology and applied psychology such as:

Cognitive Psychology, Behavioral Psychology, Behavioral Economics

Decision-making, Judgment, Wisdom

Leadership, Organizational Development and Learning

Positive psychology, philosophy, applied psychology

Social psychology and cross-culture psychology


Educational psychology

Personality Theory, Character Development

Relationships, Love, Happiness, Resilience

Learn, Grow, Pay It Forward

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About "Conversations New York"


Hundreds of New Yorkers coming together in small groups of neighbors

and fellow citizens to discuss topics of intensive interest…

Hosted at no cost and at convenient locations and times…

Aided by simple guiding principles…

Inspired by the city’s grand tradition of robust conversation…

Our vision is to inspire, organize, publicize, facilitate and celebrate a renaissance of healthy dialogue in New York City.

Our Mission:

1. Encourage and support interesting and important conversations among New Yorkers at the grass-roots level,

2. Establish simple, affordable, and sustainable infrastructure to foster such conversations throughout the city year-round.

3. Add to the worldwide image of New York as a metropolis where culture and intellect thrive among the people.

4. Maintain conversations with a human face by discussing topics in-person, while also allowing for further discussion online.

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