08_Cognitive Development

08_Cognitive Development - Cognitive Development(Chapters...

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1. Distinguish between behavioral schemes, symbolic schemes, and operational schemes. 2. Differentiate between assimilation and accommodation. 3. List the major characteristics of and achievements in each of Piaget’s six substages of Sensorimotor development. 4. Trace the emergence of object permanence outlined by Piaget. 5. Discuss what neonativism and “theory” theorists suggest about Piaget’s conclusions concerning early cognitive development. 6. Describe Piaget’s preoperational stage and identify the major developments and limitations found during each substage. 7. Describe the research evidence which suggests Piaget may have underestimated the cognitive abilities of the peroperational child. 8. Explain what is meant by belief-desire reasoning, and outline how children’s theory of mind changes over the preschool years. 9. List the main characteristic of Piaget’s concrete operational stage and contrast this stage with the preoperational stage.
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