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this document consists the summary of the works of one psychologist, Jean Piaget.

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Running Head: Jean Piaget.TITLE: THE FAMOUS PSYCHOLOGIST. JEAN PIAGET.SCHOOL: UNIVERSITY OF ALABAMA.COURSE: PSYCHOLOGY.2|PageQuestion.Describe the famous works of Jean Piaget.Answer.Jean Piaget is a well-respected psychologist who became known for his contribution to childdevelopment and cognitive development. He was intrigued by the reason why kids always gavewrong answers to questions. He, therefore, decided to conduct his research on children. Heobserved, talked to and listened to children as they performed some exercises that he gave them.He wanted to know how they came to understand the concepts of time, justice, numbers andcausality and not necessarily by studying their IQ. He even performed a series of simple tests toshow the different cognitive abilities in children, (Marsella, T).He was able to prove wrong the assumption that children are less adequate thinkers than olderindividuals, but that they think in a strikingly different way from adults. He observed thatchildren were born with a genetically inherited but a basic mental structure where all the futurelearning and knowledge would retain. He used a theory to explain the different mechanisms bywhi
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