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Jean Piaget
cognitive approach
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Maslow
Hierarchy of needs
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Arnold Gesell
Maturational theory
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Bandura
Bobo doll experiment (about imitation)
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Rogers
Rogerian counselling
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Freud
unconscious mind
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What are the four stages of Jean Piagets approach?
the sensorimotor, preoperational , concrete operational and formal operational
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Something about the sensorimotor stage?
first two years of an infants lifeas the sensorimotor stage. During this period, infants are busy discovering relationships betweentheir bodies and the environment.
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Something about the preoperational stage?
This stage begins around age two as children start to talks and last until approximately age seven. During this stage, children begin to engage in symbolic play and learn to manipulate symbols
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something about the concrete operational stage?
This period spans the time of middle childhood and is characterized by the development of logical thought. While kids at this age become more logical about concrete and specific things, they still struggle with abstract ideas.
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Something about the formal operational stage?
The formal operational stage begins at approximately age twelve and lasts into adulthood. During this time, people develop the ability to think about abstract concepts. Skills such as logical thought, deductive reasoning, and systematic planning
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