Developmental Psychology: Cognitive Development in Primary Education Quiz 1

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¿Qué representa un esquema en el desarrollo cognitivo?

¿Cuál es la función de la adaptación en el desarrollo cognitivo?

¿En qué consiste la asimilación en el desarrollo cognitivo?

¿Cuál es la característica principal de la etapa sensoriomotora según Piaget?

¿Qué implican las reacciones circulares según Piaget en la etapa sensoriomotora?

¿Qué promueve la función simbólica en la etapa preoperacional?

¿Cuál de las siguientes características se relaciona con la centración en el pensamiento preoperatorio?

¿Qué representa el concepto de sincretismo en el pensamiento preoperatorio?

¿Qué implica la hipótesis del cambio estructural de Piaget del pensamiento preoperatorio al pensamiento operatorio?

¿Cuál es una característica relacionada con la capacidad perceptiva del bebé?

Summary

  1. Conceptos claves en el desarrollo cognitivo primitive education:

    • Esquemas: repetible y generalizable actions, evolve from reflexes to mental operations.
    • Adaptación: entrance of new information in the cognitive structure, allowing adjustment to the environment.
    • Asimilación: new experiences or knowledge are incorporated into existing behavioral patterns.
    • Acomodación: modification of the organization in response to environmental demands.
  2. Stages of Development according to Piaget: 2.1. Sensorimotor Stage (0-2 years):

    • Rapid cognitive growth with six stages.
    • Infants explore the world through trial and error, relying on senses and actions.
    • Reflexive reactions, including seeking pleasure and social connections.

    2.2. Preoperational Stage (2-7 years):

    • Symbolic function promotes imaginative play, drawing, imitation, and language.
    • Egocentrism: limited perspective, focusing only on self.
    • Preoperational thinking: seeking pleasure rather than truth.
    • Lack of logical reasoning and reasoning limitations.
    • Difficulty with conservation tasks.
  3. Key stages in Piaget's development theory:

    • Perceptual development: visual accommodation, sensitivity to contrast, and perception of depth in infants.
  4. Transition from preoperational to operational thinking:

    • Decentration: considering multiple perspectives.
    • Inferred reality: understanding reality beyond appearances.
    • Reversibility: performing actions in reverse.
    • Transformations: understanding the underlying changes.
  5. Limitations of Piaget's theory:

    • Horizontal discrepancies: same subject may not solve similar tasks.
    • Domain-specific applications: each task's resolution depends on its content.
    • Universal applicability: studies across cultures.

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Test your knowledge of key concepts related to cognitive development in primary education. Topics include schemas, adaptation, and assimilation.

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