5.1 - (i Thinking tied to real events and objects differentiation of one’s own perspective from the perspective of others(ii Multiple

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1) 5.1 a) Piaget’s 4 stages i) Sensorimotor stage (1) Physical schemes(sucking, grasping reflexes) ii) Preoperation stage (1) Transductive reasoning. (a) Reason by combining unrelated facts. (i) Infer a false cause-effect relationship simply because two events occur close together in time and space (2) Representational thinking (a) Use symbols and words to think. (3) Intuitive problem solving (a) Figure it out based on what they see, not reasoning (4) Single classification (5) Egocentrism iii) Concrete Operations stage (1) Conversation (a) 6/7- 11/12 years old (b) Adult like thinking and reasoning but limited to concrete “true” reality
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Unformatted text preview: (i) Thinking tied to real events and objects differentiation of one’s own perspective from the perspective of others. (ii) Multiple classification (iii)Serrations iv) Formal operations stage (1) Propositional logic (a) Can use contrary-to-fact ideas (b) Adult like thinking and reasoning using abstract ideas (c) scientific reasoning hypothetical-deductive thinking (i) Formulation and testing of multiple hypotheses separation and control of variables. b) Pattern of development i) Concrete to abstract ii) Egocentric-to-multiple-perspective pattern 2) Self-concept Development a)...
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This note was uploaded on 05/02/2010 for the course TE 150 taught by Professor Palmer during the Spring '08 term at Michigan State University.

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5.1 - (i Thinking tied to real events and objects differentiation of one’s own perspective from the perspective of others(ii Multiple

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