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Piaget's Theory

Piaget's Cognitive Theory

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Birth to 2 years represents what phase of Piaget? Sensorimotor Phase
How many stages are in the sensory motor phase? 6
Birth to 1 month represents what stage of Piaget? 1 - Use of Reflexes
In Stage 1, what is the significant behavior? Most action in reflexive.
1 to 4 months represents what stage of Piaget? 2- Primary Circular Reaction
In Stage 2, what is the significant behavior? Perception of events is centered on the body. Objects are an extension of self.
4 to 8 months represents what stage of Piaget? 3 - Secondary Circular Reactions
In stage 3, what is the significant Behavior? Acknowledges the external behavior. Actively makes changes in the environment.
8 to 12 months represents what stage of Piaget? 4 - Coordination of Secondary Schemata
In Stage 4, what is the significant behavior? Can distinguish a goal from a means of attaining it.
12 to 18 months represents what stage of Piaget? 5 - Tertiary Circular Reaction
In stage 5, what is the significant behavior? Tries and discovers new goals and ways to attain goals. Rituals are important.
18 to 24 months represents what stage of Piaget? 6 - Inventions of new means
Stage 6 shows what significant behavior? Interprets the environment by mental image. Uses make-believe and pretend play.
2 to 4 years represents what phase of Piaget? Preconceptual Phase
What is the significant behavior of the preconceptual phase? Uses an egocentric approach to accommodate the demands of an environment. Everything is significant and relates to "me."" Explores the environment. Language development is rapid. Associates words with objects.
4 to 7 years represents what stage of Piaget? Intuitive thought phase
What is the significant behavior of the intuitive thought phase? Egocentric thinking diminishes. Thinks of one idea at a time. Includes others in the environment. Words express thoughts.
Ages 7 to 11 represent what phase of Piaget? Concrete Operations Phase
What is the significant behavior of the Concrete Operations Phase? Solves Concrete Probblems. Begins to understand relationships such as size. Understands right and left. Cognizant of viewpoints.
Ages 11 to 15 represents what phase of Piaget? Formal Operations Phase
What is the significant behavior of the formal operations phase? Uses rational thinking. Reasoning is deductive and futuristic.
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