Object Permanence In Piaget's Cognitive Stage

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In Piaget’s cognitive stage, children from birth to the age of two go through this stage. In this stage, infants are developing the ability to coordinate their sensory input with there motor skills. An example would be, when kids are playing with toys and put the toys in their month and feel with their mouth. Infants also develop object Permanence. The object Permanence is when a child recognizes that objects continue to exist even when they are no longer visible. An example of this is when someone is plays peek-a-boo with a child In Erikson’s Industry versus Inferiority stage, children go through a learning period. They learn to function further beyond family and explore other groups such as friends. Children usually are all about school
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