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PSY201_Erica Sturdavant_Piaget Worksheet WK 5

PSY201_Erica Sturdavant_Piaget Worksheet WK 5 - b Object...

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Axia College Material Appendix C Piaget Worksheet Directions: Review Module 26 of Psychology and Your Life . Complete the matrix below and answer the questions that follow. Cognitive Stage Age Range Major Characteristics Sensorimotor Birth to two Learning about their environment by chewing, touching, sucking and shaking objects. Preoperational Two to seven This is the most important because children learn to use the language and form words of speech. Concrete Operational Seven to twelve Children develop the ability to think in a more logical form. Formal Operational Twelve on into adulthood Produces new kinds of thinking such as logical, formal, and abstract. Realizes problem solving skills and logical techniques to resolve problems. 1. This is the awareness that objects and people continue to exist, even if they are out of sight. a. Recognition
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Unformatted text preview: b. Object permanence c. Intuition d. Cognitive development 2. During this stage, motor skills are developed; however, there is little or no capacity for symbolic representation. a. Formal operational b. Concrete operational mastery c. Sensorimotor d. Preoperational 3. This is the term for when children view the world from only their perspective. a. Egocentric thought b. Conceited c. Metacognition d. Self-esteem PSY/201 4. The knowledge that quantity is unrelated to the arrangement and physical appearance of objects. a. Principle of conservation b. Zone of proximal development c. Mass d. Formal operational stage 5. This term involves the planning, monitoring, and revising of cognitive strategies. a. Authoritative b. Principle of conservation c. Metacognition d. Information processing PSY/201...
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