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    Jean Piaget Jean Piaget is a Swiss psychologist whose studies on child development still influence psychology and education today. He designed models about the stages of early child development that are still in use now. Jean Piaget was born on August 9th, 1896, in Neuchâtel, Switzerland. (Jean) His parents were very influential in his life and greatly impacted who he grew up to be. His mother was not the best influence for Piaget since he described her behavior as neurotic and easily…

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    Cognitive Theory – Jean Piaget was an employee at the Binet Institute in the 1920’s where he was responsible for French versions of questions on English intelligence tests. It was there where he became intrigued by reasons children gave for their wrong answers on tests dealing with logical thinking. Piaget came to conclusion that these incorrect answers revealed key differences between the thinking of children and adults. In 1936 Jean Piaget was the first psychologist to make systematic study…

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    Comparison of Piaget and Vygotsky on Children Cognition A person 's everyday life is threaded by conscious purpose. Minuscule actions such as reaching for food in the cupboard, to developing a cure for a disease, actions are directed towards goals. Conscious awareness reveals itself in part to this purpose, as well as the organization in which we demonstrate our thoughts and actions. The process of cognition involves thinking and mental activity combined, such as memory, problem solving, or…

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    The four phases of Piaget's erudite person (or psychological) advancement are: Sensorimotor, birth through ages 18 two years where the babies are just mindful of what is instantly before them. They concentrate on what they see, what they are doing, and physical communications with their quick condition. Preoperational, the Toddlerhood (18 two years) through early adolescence (age 7) Where the youthful kids can consider things emblematically. Their dialect utilize turns out to be more…

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    Psychology has had major impacts in today’s society. Not only does this type of science help to diagnose and treat patients, it can also change lives. Therapy, terminology, and medical assessment have all aided in the successful lives of so many people. Psychologists all began from a state of cluelessness and have advanced what our world uses today incredibly. One of the most influential psychologists who impacted the psychology world is John Locke. John Locke is well known for his work in…

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    Joan Piaget was the man who helped a lot to the world of psychology and sociology. One of the most important things that he made was to create the fact that the cognitive processes of kids are not only undeveloped versions of that of an adult, but that they have their own system. Piaget derive that there are four different stages in the child cognitive development of children. These four stages are: 1-Sensory Motor Stage that occurs in kids from births to two years old. 2-Preoperational that…

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    An interview is a way of asking open-ended questions to the intended interviewee. The goal is to gain a better understanding of the person, as the person gains an insight of what he or she is being interviewed about. For Psychology 101, the group is given the opportunity to interview three people from the ages 18 to 21. Each will be identified as person A, person B, and person C, to respect their privacy. All three were interviewed and asked similar questions. The questions asked were related to…

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    Is there a purpose to education and schooling? Does it depend on who you ask; teachers, parents, students, governments, religious institutions, employers. (Week 7 Lecture, P.3) What is this purpose of education is it as simple as becoming learners who can solve problems, or is there more to it than that, such as developing life skills students will need to prepare themselves for their future in terms of the economy and relationships. (Week 7 Lecture, P.2) Education today compared to a hundred…

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    During this period, children become capable of reasoning and formulating cognitive analysis, not only on the basis of objects but also on that of hypotheses. Children in this stage also become capable in performing “operations on operations” in a methodical approach. The formulation and deduction of hypotheses leads to a level of thought which expresses itself in linguistic…

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    According to Jean Piaget, object performance begins develops gradually during the sensorimotor stage. It should be solified within the child during the sensorimotor stage the 6 stages. Piaget’s view states that the Object Performance specifically develops gradually between the third and sixth sub stage. The third sub stage categorizes the 4 to 8 months where infants become…

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