Flashcards in Piaget Deck (12):
What is the bases of Piaget's growth and developmental theory?
Piaget: sensorimotor stage
Birth - 2 years
Piaget: preoperational stage
Piaget: concrete operational stage
Piaget: formal operational stage
What is formal operational stage characters
Adaptability and flexibility-Abstract thought-Creation of new ideas-Analysis of situations.
What is sensorimotor stage characters
Object permanence - start of language development- sense of time and space/cause and effect-interacts with environment
What is object permanence
Ex: if you place a toy under a blanket, the child who has achieved object permanence knows it is there and can actively seek it. At the beginning of this stage the child behaves as if the toy had simply disappeared. The attainment of object permanence generally signals the transition to the next stage of development
How does behavior progress through the sensorimotor stage?
What are the two bilayers of the preoperational stage
2-4yr preconceptual; 6-7yr Intuitive
What is preoperational stage characters
egocentrism- magical thinking/non logical and irreversible- learns using symbols, language and imitation (roll playing is important in healthcare needs)