Psychology Paper.docx - Magaly Argueta Psychology 11 July 2019 Experiment Example Paper In this article it touches upon the early stages of when a human

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Magaly Argueta Psychology 11 July 2019 Experiment Example Paper In this article it touches upon the early stages of when a human being is starting to reason. This experiment focuses on the age group between two and four. This focuses on the reason- giving that small kids have. It pertains to the sensitivity of disagreements as kids and they can track visual perception which is a type of informational access. They were experimenting to see whether providing reasons is necessary to persuade others and to give any reason to their actions. The experiment involved an adult arguing with the kids about the location of the toys in different boxes. The children were matched with other children to help each other to reason and see how they persuade others through reasoning. A famous psychologist named Piaget did an early experiment that analyzed children’s cognitive ability and how they develop. He became curious one day as he noticed children giving different answers to a test and wondered about the differences between adults and children. He is
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Unformatted text preview: credited with developing a systematic study of cognitive development. According to Piaget children’s cognitive development is a progress of reorganization of their mental processes. It involves biological maturation and the effects of the environment. It’s a combination of both their genetics and their effects of the environment helps understand the world around them. Children around this age are considered to understand when there is a lie being told they begin to try and persuade others of what they know to be true. These experiments thus far have shown these children’s ability to start understanding when to reason and the development of appropriate reasoning. Citations Mascaro, O., Aguirre, M., Brun, M., Couderc, A., & Mercier, H. (2019, July 8). Nonverbal Rhetoric: 2- to 4-Year-Old Children Select Relevant Evidence When Trying to Influence Others.Developmental Psychology. Advance online publication. ...
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