My Project in Comparison to Piaget's Theory of Cognitive Development
Jean Piaget significantly contributed to the studies of cognitive development. His work has been built upon as well as disproved,
but either way, his work has led the psychology field to grow in immense measures. Piaget’s theory for stages of cognitive
development stands out as one of his greatest contributions. He studied children from their birth into their adulthood and
concluded that they progressed in the following stages: sensorimotor, preoperational, concrete operational, and formal operational.
(Siegler, Judy, & Eisenberg,
My project is not supported by Piaget’s theory
directly, but instead it mirrors the stages of progression.
|Jean Piaget : August 9, 1896 - September 16, 1980