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Similar words: jean piagettriagefoliageverbiagemarriagecarriagefbi agentremarriageMeaning: n. Swiss psychologist remembered for his studies of cognitive development in children (1896-1980). 
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1 Jean Piaget died in Geneva on September 16, 1980.
2 Qualitatively new patterns of responses are interpreted by Piaget to reflect newly constructed or reconstructed intellectual structures.
3 Piaget identified social interaction as one of the major variables that facilitate cognitive development.
4 Piaget allows two years for the development of sensorimotor intelligence as distinct from conceptual intelligence.
5 Piaget referred to this as the symbolic function, or the semiotic function, the use of symbols and signs.
6 We have referred to Piaget to make or reinforce a point about teaching.
7 According to Piaget, each child must construct the concept out of his or her active interactions with others.
8 Both Piaget and Vygotsky were concerned about intellectual development, but each pursued different problems and questions.
9 Indeed, Piaget asserted that the basic principles of cognitive development are the same as those of biological development.
10 Piaget moved from biology to philosophy and eventually to psychology early in his life.
11 By social interaction, Piaget meant the interchange of ideas among people.
12 Piaget described and accounted for the change of schemata with accommodation.
13 Piaget conceptualized development as a continuous process along a continuum.
14 Piaget defended his approach to research on the basis that it is the most appropriate for the questions he wished to answer.
15 As children develop, Piaget found that their concepts of justice change gradually.
16 First, Piaget did his research on and wrote primarily about the cognitive aspects of intellectual development and cognitive structure.
17 Although both Piaget and Vygotsky saw knowledge as an individual construction, Vygotsky believed all individual construction was mediated by social factors.
18 Piaget does not believe that concepts take their origin from linguistic structures.
19 Piaget was not the first to draw our attention to the fact that children's behaviour is different from mature adult behaviour.
20 Piaget suggested that behavior becomes intelligent when the child acquires the ability to solve new problems.
21 Piaget did not address the topic of individual differences or individual variations in construction of knowledge.
22 Jean Piaget is barely visible amid piles of clutter.
23 Piaget contends that the basis for social interchange is a reciprocity of attitudes and values between the young child and others.
24 In 1915, at age 18,( Piaget received his baccalaureate from the University of Neuchatel.
25 Piaget suggested that, in performing actions, the child has first-hand experiences of the relations implicit in physical causality.
26 Piaget s system for conceptualizing intellectual development was greatly influenced by his early training and work as a biologist.
27 Piaget describes two types of error which children made in the sentence completion task.
28 Piaget examined and rejected both the Darwinian and Lamarckian positions, which conclude that for biological reasons, wars are inevitable.
29 He had a considerable influence upon the thinking of Piaget.
30 Play, Dreams and Imitation in Childhood may be related to a whole series of studies of cognitive development by piaget.
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