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What Piaget Left. . Positives A good overview of children’s thinking at different points Broad spectrum of development and ages Fascinating observations Negatives Stage model depicts children’s thinking as being more consistent than it is Infants and children are more competent than Piaget recognized understates the contribution of the social world vague about cognitive processes: still fuzzy n hard to pin down Core Knowledge Theories  C Piaget’s “object permanence”: Infants  younger than 8 months do not search for objects they cannot see.  _ reach is adaptive based on what they hear. . they can perceive n  remember what the object is with out even seeing it But infants as young as 6 months may think about some aspects of  invisible objects. * babies dnt need to learn abt the core knowledge they are born with  some. . **Core-Knowledge Theories of Cognitive Development 
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This note was uploaded on 08/06/2011 for the course PSYCH 133B taught by Professor Gross during the Fall '10 term at UCLA.

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