Henry Markovits                                                                                                                                                        
Départment de Psychologie
Université du Québec à Montréal
C.P. 8888, Succ Centre-Ville
Montréal, Québec  H3C 3P8

henrymarkovits@gmail.com; markovits.henry@uqam.ca

[Emploi-Employment]   [Education]  [Expérience professionnelle-Professional Experience]  [Subventions de recherche-Research Funding ]  
Chapitres de livres-Book Chapters]  [Articles de revues-Journal articles]

Emploi - Employment


2005-present    Professor-Professeur titulaire, Psychologie, Université du Québec à Montréal

2003-2005       Professor, Psychology Department, University of Plymouth

1987–2003       Professor-Professeur titulaire, Psychologie, Université du Québec à Montréal

1983–1987       Professeur régulier, Psychologie, Université du Québec à Montréal

1981–1983       Substitute Professor, Education, Université du Québec à Montréal



1981   Université de Montréal     Ph.D. [Developmental psychology]

1974    Sussex University           M.Sc. [Experimental psychology]

1970    McGill University            B.Sc. [Joint honours: Mathematics and physics]

Expérience professionnelle - Professional Experience


   Associate Editor, Thinking and Reasoning, (2011- )

       Consulting Editor, Memory and Cognition (2016-2019)

Editorial Board, Journal of Experimental Child Psychology (2009-2013)

Associate Editor, European Journal of Cognitive Psychology (2005-2008)

Editorial Board, Canadian Journal of Experimental Psychology (2004-2008)

Editorial Board, Thinking and Reasoning (2003- )

Member, NSERC psychology grants review committee (Canada): 2005-2008; 2012-2015

Visiting scholar, Harvard University Graduate School of Education (2001-2002)

Vice-President, Jean Piaget Society (1992–1995)

Board of Governors, Jean Piaget Society (1989-1992; 1999–2002)

President: FCAR, psychology grants review committee, Quebec (1993–1995)

Member: FCAR, psychology grants review committee, Quebec (1990–1992, 1996-98)

President, provincial committee in charge of revising scholarship programs (1997-1999)

Director of Graduate studies, Psychology Department, Université du Québec à Montréal (1987–1991)

Subventions de recherche - Research Funding


Natural Sciences and Engineering Research Council of Canada (Individual): 1984-2021

Social Sciences and Humanities Research Council of Canada (with Joyce Benenson): 2000-2003:  2006-2019

ESRC (UK) (with S. Handley):  2004-2006

FCAR (Quebec provincial team grants):  1985-2005



Benenson, J. F. with Markovits, H. (2014). Warriors and Worriers: The Death of the Sexes, Oxford University Press, 288 pages.

Markovits, H. (Ed.). (2013). The developmental psychology of reasoning and decision-making, Hove, UK: Psychology Press.



Chapitres de livre - Book Chapters


Markovits, H. (in preparation). The development of reasoning and decision making. In L. Zhang (ed.). Oxford encyclopedia of educational psychology.

Markovits, H. (in press). Development of human rationality. In M, Knauff & W. Spohn (Eds.), Handbook of rationality, MIT Press.

Markovits, H. (2018). Conservation. The Sage Encyclopedia of Lifespan Human Development; Marc H. Bornstein (Ed.), pp. 443-444, doi: 10.4135/9781506307633.n166.

Markovits, H. (2018). Logical reasoning. The Sage Encyclopedia of Lifespan Human Development; Marc H. Bornstein (Ed.), pp. 1302-1303, doi: 10.4135/9781506307633.n166.

Markovits, H. (2018). The development of logical reasoning. In V. Thompson, L. Ball (Eds.). International Handbook on Thinking and Reasoning. Hove, UK: Psychology Press.

Markovits, H. (2014). Conditional reasoning and semantic memory retrieval. In A. Feeney, V. Thompson (Eds.). Reasoning and memory, Hove, UK: Psychology Press.

Markovits, H. (2013). How to develop a logical reasoner: A hierarchical model of information use in conditional reasoning. In H. Markovits (Ed.). The developmental psychology of reasoning and decision-making, (pp. 148-164). Hove, UK: Psychology Press.

Markovits, H. (2013). The development of abstract reasoning. In P. Barrouillet and C. Geoffroy (Eds.) The Development of Thinking and Reasoning, Hove, UK: Psychology Press, 71-92.

Markovits, H. (2012). Model-based reasoning. In N. Seel (Ed.) Encyclopedia of the Sciences
of Learning
, Springer USA, 2307-2310.

Markovits, H. (2012). Pragmatic reasoning schemas. In N. Seel (Ed.) Encyclopedia of the Sciences
of Learning
, Springer USA, 2260-2662.

Markovits, H. (2010). Semantic memory retrieval, mental models, and the development of conditional inferences in young children. In M. Oaksford and N. Chater (Eds.) The Psychology of Conditionals, Cambridge University Press, 177-197.

Markovits, H. (2009). Logical Reasoning, In Shweder, Richard A., Thomas R. Bidell, Anne C. Dailey, Suzanne D. Dixon, Peggy J. Miller, and John Modell, (eds.). THE CHILD: AN ENCYCLOPEDIC COMPANION. Chicago: University of Chicago Press, 269.

Markovits, H. (2006). Making conditional inferences: the interplay between knowledge and logic. In L. Smith and J. Voneche (Eds.). Norms in Human Development, Cambridge University Press.

Markovits, H. (2004). The development of deductive reasoning. In R. J. Sternberg and J. P. Leighton (Eds.). The Nature of Reasoning, Cambridge University Press (pp. 313-338).

Markovits, H. & Barrouillet, P. (Editors). (2004). Thinking and Reasoning, Special Issue on the Development of Reasoning, 10(2).

Markovits, H. (2003).  Commentary on The Development of Thinking. In D. Fasko (Ed.). Critical  Thinking and Reasoning: Current Theories, Research and Practice.  Cresskill, NJ: Hampton.

Markovits, H. (2000). L'interprétation et la généralisation des résultats. In R. J. Vallerand & U. Hess (Eds.). Méthodes de recherche en psychologie, Québec: Gaetan Morin.

Markovits, H., Lesage, C. (1990). Pragmatic reasoning schemas for conditional promises: Context and representation. Cognitive Biases, North Holland Publishing Company.

Markovits, H. & Strayer, F.F. (1982). Toward an applied social ethology: A case study of social skills among blind children. In K. Rubin & H. Ross (Eds). Peer relations and social skills, Springer‑Verlag: New York.

Markovits, H. (1982). Langage et cécité. In J. Rondal & X. Seron (Eds). Troubles de langage et rééducation, Mardaga: Bruxelles.






Articles de revues - Journal articles  


1.      Benenson, J.F., White, M., Pandiani, D., Hillyer, L., Kantor, S., Markovits, H. & Wrangham, R. (in press, 2018). Competition Elicits more Physical Affiliation between Male than Female Friends. Scientific Reports.


2.      Markovits, H. Brisson, J., de Chantal, P.-L. & Singmann, H. (2018). Towards a multi-dimensional model of deductive reasoning: Integrating dual strategy and dual-source models. Journal of Cognitive Psychology.


3.      Markovits, H., de Chantal, P-L., & Brisson, J. (2018). Abstract reasoning and the interpretation of basic conditionals. Thinking and Reasoning.


4.      Brisson, J., Markovits, H., Robert, S. & Schaeken, W. (2018). Reasoning from an incompatibility: False dilemmas and content effects. Memory and Cognition.


5.      Markovits, H., Trémolière, B., & Blanchette, I. (2018). Reasoning strategies modulate gender differences in emotion processing. Cognition.


6.      Markovits, H., Gauthier, E., Gagnon St-Pierre, E., & Benenson, J. F. (2017). High status males invest more than high status females in cooperative same-sex peers. PLOS One.


7.      Markovits, H., Brisson, J., de Chantal, P. L., & Thompson, V. A. (2017). Interactions between inferential strategies and belief bias. Memory & Cognition, 45(7), 1182-1192, doi: 10.3758/s13421-017-0723-2.


8.      Markovits, H. (2017). In the beginning stages: Conditional reasoning with category-based and causal premises in 8- to 10- year olds. Cognitive Development, 41, 1-9.


9.      De Chantal, P.-L & Markovits, H. (2016). The capacity to generate alternative ideas is more important than inhibition for logical reasoning in preschool aged children. Memory and Cognition.


10.  Markovits, H., Brisson, J., de Chantal, P.-L., & Marion St-Onge, C. (2016). Children can recognize a logical argument when they see one. J of Cognitive Psychology.


11.   Markovits, H., Brisson, J. & de Chantal, P.-L. (2016). How do pre-adolescents interpret conditionals? Psychonomic Bulletin and Review, 23(6), 1907-1912, doi: 10.3758/s13423-016-1050-5.

12.   Markovits, H., Brisson, J. & de Chantal, P.-L. (2016). Logical reasoning versus information processing in the dual strategy model of reasoning. Journal of Experimental Psychology: Learning, Memory and Cognition.

13.   Markovits, H., Brisson, J. & de Chantal, P.-L. (2015). Additional evidence for a dual-strategy model of reasoning: Probabilistic reasoning is more invariant than reasoning about logical validity. Memory and Cognition, 43 (8), 1208-1215. doi : 10.3758/s13421-015-0535-1.

14.   Benenson, J. F., Markovits, H., Whitmore, B., Van, C., Margolius, S. & Wrangham, R. (2015). Do young children understand relative value comparisons? PLOS One, DOI: 10.1371/journal.pone.0122215.

15.  Markovits, H., Brisson, J., & de Chantal, P. L. (2015). Deductive updating is not Bayesian. Journal of Experimental Psychology: Learning, Memory, and Cognition41(4), 949.

16.  De Chantal, P.-L., Brisson, J. & Markovits, H. (2015). Raisonnement et créativité: Une intégration de la pensée divergente au raisonnement conditionnel. Revue Québecoise de Psychologie.

17.  Markovits, H., Thompson, V. A. & Brisson, J. (2015). Metacognition and abstract inferential reasoning. Memory and Cognition, 43(4), 681-693. doi : 10.3758/s13421-014-0488-9.

18.  Markovits, H. (2014). On the road towards formal reasoning: Interactions between information processing and reasoning with factual causal and contrary-to fact causal premises in early adolescence, Journal of Experimental Child Psychology, 128, 37-51.

19.  Markovits, H. (2014). Development and Necessary Norms of reasoning. Frontiers in Cognitive Psychology, 5: 488.  doi 10.3389/fpsyg.2014.00488

20.   Benenson, J. F., Markovits, H. & Wrangham, R. (2014). Rank influences human sex differences in dyadic cooperation. Current Biology, 24(5), R190-191. (IF: 9.65)

21.   Brisson, J., de Chantal, P.-L., Lortie Forgues, H. & Markovits, H. (2014). Belief Bias is Stronger When Reasoning is More Difficult. Thinking and Reasoning, 20(3), 385-403.  (IF: 1.12)

22.  Markovits, H. (2013). Physical Aggression Facilitates Social Information Processing. Journal of Experimental Social Psychology, 49(6), 1023-1026. (IF: 2.22)

23.  Benenson, J. F., Markovits, H., Hultgren, B., Nguyen, T., Bullock, G., & Wrangham, R. (2013). Social exclusion: More important to human females than males. PLOS One, Vol. 8, No. 2. (6 February 2013), e55851, doi:10.1371/journal.pone.0055851. (IF: 3.37)

24.  Markovits, H., Brunet, M.-L., Thompson, V., & Brisson, J. (2013). Direct evidence for a dual process model of deductive inference. Journal of Experimental Psychology: Learning, Memory, and Cognition, 39(4), 1213-1222.  doi: 10.1037/a0030906 (IF: 2.92)

25.  Markovits, H. & Brunet, M.-L. (2012). Priming divergent thinking promotes logical reasoning in 6- to 8-year olds: But only for high SES students.  Journal of Cognitive Psychology, 24(8), 991-1001. (IF: 1.09)

26.  Lortie Forgues, H. & Markovits, H. (2012). In search of the elusive initial model. Experimental Psychology, 59(6), 322-331. (IF: 1.92)

27.  Markovits, H., Lortie Forgues, H. & Brunet, M.-L. (2012). More evidence for a dual-process model of conditional reasoning. Memory and Cognition, 40(50), 736-747. (IF: 2.05)

28.  Markovits, H. & Doyon, C. (2011). Using analogy to improve abstract conditional reasoning in adolescents: Not as easy as it looks. European Journal of Psychology of Education, 26(3), 355-372. (IF: .49)

29.  Markovits, H., & Lortie Forgues, H. (2011). Conditional reasoning with false premises facilitates the transition between familiar and abstract reasoning. Child Development, 82(2), 646-660. (IF: 4.92)

30.  Benenson, J., Markovits, H., Thompson, M., & Wrangham, R. (2011). Under Threat of Social Exclusion, Females Exclude More Than Males. Psychological Science, 22(4), 538-544. (IF: 4.43)

31.  Markovits, H. & Benenson, J. F. (2010). Males Outperform Females in Translating Social Relations into Spatial Position. Cognition, 117, 332-340. (IF: 4.59)

32.  Lortie Forgues, H. & Markovits, H. (2010). Conditional reasoning under time constraint: Information retrieval and inhibition. Thinking and Reasoning, 16 (3), 221-232.

33.  Markovits, H., Lortie Forgues, H., & Brunet, M.-L. (2010). Conditional reasoning, frequency of counterexamples, and the effect of response modality. Memory and Cognition, 38(4), 485-492.

34.  Benenson, J. F., Rivard, R., & Markovits, H. (2010). Food Availability Differentially Influences Young Males’ and Females’ Cognitive Processes in Accordance with Sexual Selection Theory. Biology Letters, 6, 250-252. (IF: 3.76)

35.  Benenson, J., Markovits, H., Thompson, M. E., & Wrangham, R. W. (2009). Strength determines coalitional strategies in humans. Proceedings of the Royal Society B: Biological Sciences, 276, 2589-2595. (IF: 5.68)

36.  Markovits, H., & Jodoin, M. (2009). Adolescents’ and adults’ internal models of conditional strategies for object conflict. Journal of Genetic Psychology, 170(2), 135-150. (IF: .083)

37.  Benenson, J. F., Markovits, H., Fitzgerald, C., Geoffroy, D., Fleming, J., Kahlenberg, S. M., Wrangham, R. W. (2009). Males’ greater tolerance of same-sex peers. Psychological Science, 20 (2), 184-190.

38.  Markovits, H., Saelen, C., & Lortie Forgues, H. (2009). An inverse belief-bias effect: Evidence for the role of inhibitory processing in logical reasoning. Experimental Psychology, 56(2), 112-120.

39.  Saelen, C., Markovits, H., & Klein, O. (2008). The effects of instructions on reasoning with stereotypical premises. Psychologica Belgica, 48, 283-301.

40.  Markovits, H. & Thompson, V. (2008). Different developmental patterns of simple deductive and probabilistic inferential reasoning. Memory and Cognition, 36 (6), 1066-1078.

41.  Saelen, C., & Markovits, H. (2008). Adolescents’ Emotion Attributions and Expectations of Behavior in Situations Involving Moral Conflict. Journal of Experimental Child Psychology, 100, 53-76.

42.  Benenson, J. F., Saelen, C., Markovits, H., & McCabe, S. (2008). Sex Differences in the Value of Parents versus Same-Sex Peers. Evolutionary Psychology, 6, 13-28.

43.  Markovits, H. (2007). Imagination as a source of rationality in development. Brain and Behavioral Sciences, 30, 462-463.

44.  Markovits, H. and Schmeltzer, C. (2007). What Makes People Revise Their Beliefs Following Contradictory Anecdotal Evidence? The Influence of Systemic Variability and Direct Experience. Cognitive Science, 31(3), 535-547.

45.  Markovits, H., Schroyens, W. (2007). A curious belief-bias effect: Reasoning with false premises and inhibition of real-life information. Experimental Psychology, 54(1), 38-43.

46.  Benenson, J. F., Markovits, H., Muller, I., Challen, C., Carder, H. P. (2007). Explaining Sex Differences in Infants' Preferences for Groups. Infant Behavior and Development, 30, 587-595.

47.  Markovits, H., Benenson, J. & White, S. (2006). Gender and gender priming differences in speed of processing of information relating to dyadic and group contexts. Journal of Experimental Social Psychology, 42, 662-667.

48.  Markovits, H. & Handley, S. (2005). Is Inferential Reasoning Just Probabilistic Reasoning In Disguise? Memory and Cognition, 33(7), 1315-1323.

49.  Grosset, N., Barrouillet, P., & Markovits, H. (2005). Chronometric evidence for memory retrieval in causal conditional reasoning: The case of the association strength effect. Memory and Cognition, 33(4), 734-741.

50.  Schmeltzer, C. & Markovits, H. (2005). Belief revision, self-construction and systemic certainty. Current Psychology Letters, 17(3).

51.  Markovits, H. & Doyon, C. (2004). Information processing and reasoning with premises that are not empirically true: Interference, working memory and processing speed. Memory and Cognition, 32(4), 592-601.

52.  Markovits, H. & Barrouillet, P. (2004). Why is understanding the development of reasoning important? Thinking and Reasoning, Special Issue on the Development of Reasoning, 10(2), 113-121.

53.  Benenson, J. F., Duggan, V., & Markovits, H. (2004). Sex differences in infants’ preferences for group vs individual stimuli. Infant Behavior and Development, 27, 173-180.

54.  Markovits, H., Benenson, J. F., & Kramer, D. L. (2003). Children and adolescent’s internal models of food sharing behavior include complex evaluations of contextual factors. Child Development, 74(6), 1697-1708.

55.  Simoneau, M. & Markovits, H. (2003). Reasoning with premises that are not empirically true: Evidence for the role of inhibition and retrieval. Developmental Psychology, 39(6), 964-975.

56.  Barrouillet, P. and Markovits, H. (2003). Is the Self-Organizing Consciousness framework compatible with human deductive reasoning? Brain and Behavioral Sciences, 25(3), 330.

57.  Benenson, J. F., Markovits, H., Roy, R., Denko, P. (2003). Behavioral rules underlying learning to share: Effects of development and context, International Journal of Behavioral Development, 27, 116-121.

58.  Markovits, H. & Barrouillet, P. (2002). The development of conditional reasoning: A mental model account. Developmental Review, 22(1), 5-36.

59.  Markovits, H. & Quinn, S. (2002). Efficiency of retrieval correlates with “logical” reasoning from causal conditional premises. Memory and Cognition, 30(5), 696-706.

60.  Barrouillet, P., Markovits, H. & Quinn, S. (2002). Developmental and content effects in reasoning with causal conditionals. Journal of Experimental Child Psychology, 81, 235-248.

61.  Quinn, S. & Markovits, H. (2002). Conditional reasoning with causal premises: Evidence for a retrieval model. Thinking and Reasoning. 8(3), 179-191.

62.  Markovits, H., Doyon, C., & Simoneau, M. (2002). Individual differences in working memory and conditional reasoning with concrete and abstract content. Thinking and Reasoning, 8(2), 97-107.

63.  Markovits, H. & Potvin, F. (2001). Suppression of valid inferences and knowledge structures: The curious effect of producing alternative antecedents on reasoning with causal conditionals. Memory and Cognition, 29(5), 736-744.

64.  Markovits, H., Benenson, J. F., & Dolenszky, E. (2001). Evidence that children and adolescents have internal models of social interactions that are gender differentiated. Child Development, 72 (3), 879-886.

65.  Venet, M. and Markovits, H. (2001). Understanding uncertainty with abstract conditional premises. Merrill-Palmer Quarterly, 47 (1), 74-99.

66.  Markovits, H. (2000). A mental model analysis of young children’s conditional reasoning with meaningful premises. Thinking and Reasoning, 6(4), 335-348.

67.  Markovits, H. and Dumas, C. (1999). Developmental patterns in the understanding of social and physical transitivity, Journal of Experimental Child Psychology, 73, 95-114.

68.  Janveau-Brennan, G. and Markovits, H. (1999). Reasoning with causal conditionals: Developmental and individual differences, Developmental Psychology, 35(4), 904-911.

69.  Vadeboncoeur, I. and Markovits, H. (1999). The effect of instructions and information retrieval on accepting the premises in a conditional reasoning task, Thinking and Reasoning, 5(2), 97-113.

70.  Markovits, H., Fleury, M.-L., Quinn, S., Venet, M. (1998). Conditional reasoning and the structure of semantic memory. Child Development, 64(3), 742-755.

71.  Quinn, S. and Markovits, H. (1998). Conditional Reasoning, Causality, and the Structure of Semantic Memory: Strength of Association as a Predictive Factor for Content Effects. Cognition, 68, B93-B101.

72.  Bouffard, T., Markovits, H., Vézeau, C., Boisvert, M., & Dumas, C. (1998). The relation between accuracy of self-perception and cognitive development, British Journal of Educational Psychology, 68, 321-330.

73.  Markovits, H. (1997). Rationality and development. Current Psychology of Cognition, 16(1), 156-161.

74.  Markovits, H., Venet, M., Janveau-Brennan, G., Malfait, N., Pion, N., & Vadeboncoeur, I.. (1996). Reasoning in young children: Fantasy and information retrieval. Child Development, 67, 2857-2872.

75.  Markovits, H., Dumas, C., & Malfait, N. (1995). Understanding transitivity of a spatial relationship: A developmental analysis. Journal of Experimental Child Psychology, 59, 124-141.

76.  Markovits, H. (1995). Conditional reasoning with false premises: Fantasy and information retrieval. British Journal of Developmental Psychology, 13, 1-11. reprinted in L. Smith (Ed.). Critical Readings on Piaget, Routledge: London, in press.

77.  Markovits, H. (1993). Piaget and plasticine: Who's right about conservation. Canadian Psychology, 34(3), 9-15.

78.  Markovits, H. (1993). The development of conditional reasoning: A Piagetian reformulation of the theory of mental models. Merrill-Palmer Quarterly: Invitational issue on the Development of Rationality and Critical Thinking, 39 (1), 133-160.

79.  Markovits, H., Dumas, C. (1992). Can pigeons really make transitive inferences? Journal of Experimental Psychology: Animal Behavior Processes, 18, 311-312.

80.  Markovits, H., Savary, F. (1992). Pragmatic reasoning schemas and the selection task: To reason or not to reason. Quarterly Journal of Experimental Psychology, 45A, 133-148.

81.  Markovits, H., Bouffard-Bouchard, T. (1992). The belief-bias effect: Competence and performance in the development of logical reasoning. British Journal of Developmental Psychology, 10, 269-284.

82.  Whitaker, H.A., Markovits, H., Savary, F., Grou, C., Braun, C. (1991). Inference deficits after brain damage. Journal of Clinical and Experimental Neuropsychology, 13, 38.

83.  Markovits, H., Vachon, R. (1990). Conditional reasoning, representation and level of abstraction. Developmental Psychology, 26, 942-951. reprinted in J. D. Demetre (Ed.). An Introductory Reader in Developmental Psychology, Greenwich University Press: Kent, UK, 1995.

84.  Bouffard-Bouchard, T., Markovits, H. (1990). L'effet de croyance et activation du raisonnement logique. Annales de l'ACFAS, 14, 92-99.

85.  Markovits, H., Schleifer, M., Fortier, L. (1989). The development of elementary deductive reasoning in young children. Developmental Psychology, 25(5), 787-793. reprinted in Towson, S. (1992). Educational Psychology: Readings for the Canadian Context, Broadview Press: Peterborough, Ont., 1992.

86.  Markovits, H., Vachon, R. (1989). Reasoning with contrary‑to‑fact propositions, Journal of Experimental Child Psychology, 47, 398-412.

87.  Markovits, H., Nantel, G. (1989). The belief‑bias effect in the production of 'logical' conclusions. Memory and Cognition, 17(1), 11-17.

88.  Markovits, H. (1988). Conditional reasoning, representation and empirical evidence on a concrete task. Quarterly Journal of Experimental Psychology, 40A(3), 483-495.

89.  Nantel, G., Markovits, H. (1987). L'effet de croyance dans le raisonnement syllogistique: Evaluation versus production. Tiré‑à‑part, 8, 18-24.

90.  Markovits, H. (1986). Familiarity effects in conditional reasoning. Journal of Educational Psychology, 78, 492‑494.

91.  Markovits, H. (1986). Learning and development: A computer analogy. Genetic Epistemologist, 14(2),7‑10.

92.  Markovits, H. (1986). The curious effect of using drawings in conditional reasoning problems. Educational Studies in Mathematics, 17, 81‑87.

93.  Markovits, H. (1985). Incorrect conditional reasoning among adults: Competence or performance? British Journal of Psychology, 76, 241‑247.

94.  Pelletier, L., Gagnon, R. & Markovits, H. (1984). Influence de la familiarité et du mode de présentation sur l'évaluation de la logique conditionnelle. Apprentissage et Socialisation, 7(4), 234‑240.

95.  Markovits, H. (1984). Awareness of the possible as a mediator of formal thinking in conditional reasoning problems. British Journal of Psychology, 75, 367‑376.

96.  Goupil, G., Markovits, H. Paris, R. (1984). Interventions systématiques auprès d'enfants surhandicapés de la vue. Journal de thérapie comportementale, 2, 69‑76.

97.  Markovits, H., Gariépy, L., Huet, D. & Strayer, F.F. (1982). Une étude comparée du fonctionnement social des jeunes enfants handicapés de la vue. Apprentissage et socialisation, 5, 87‑98.

98.  Dumont, M. & Markovits, H. (1982). Analyse des gestes stéréotypés chez les handicapés de la vue dans un groupe de pairs. Apprentissage et socialisation, 5, 24‑31.

99.  Markovits, H. (1981). Semantic development of simple classification terms. Revue de phonétique appliquée, 51‑52, 225‑229.

100.  Markovits, H. (1978). The role of abstraction réfléchissante in Piaget's theory of development. Canadian Journal of Psychology, 19, 74‑77.






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