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What are the four stages of Piaget's Theory?
Sensory Motor, Pre-operational, Concrete operational and Formal operational
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What does Piaget's Theory principle?
Piaget provided insight into the cognitive development of children. He principled that children think differently from adults as they cannot at four years old use abstract thinking but are very egocentric.
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What is egocentric thinking?
the inability to see things from another persons perspective. For example, a child will assume that others hear and see the exact same as they do.
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What is abstract logical thinking?
the ability to solve problems using imagination and not being physically involved. This is a more advanced form of thinking.
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What is concrete logical thinking?
The ability to solve problems providing the individual can see or physically handle the issue.
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What age group are you when in the Sensory Motor stage?
From birth to 2 years old.
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What age group are you when in the pre-occupational stage?
2 - 7 years of age.
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What age are you when in the concrete operational stage?
7- 11 years old.
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What age are you when in the formal operational stage?
11- 18 years old.
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What happens in the Sensory Motor stage?
Infants think by interacting with their environment using their senses. as a result the infant will invent ways of problem solving.
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