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OUT OF SIGHT, BUT NOT OUT OF MIND. 1. This reading dealt with Piaget’s stages of child development, and how children move between them in life. How they grow and develop through these stages. 2. The only potential biases to the experiment was the fact that the children being studied were Piaget’s. This didn’t seem to affect the studies though, as there was a safe way to study and evaluate their development.
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Unformatted text preview: 3. I learned about Piaget’s four stages of human development (Sensorimotor, preoperational, concrete operational, and formal operational, respectively.) and about the idea of object permanence, that being the understanding of an object’s permanent existence, despite it being hidden or removed temporarily. Also the fact that children under 2 years old, typically, don’t grasp this idea....
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