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Piaget's first stage of cognitive development is the sensorimotor stage, for which he identified six substages. Using Piaget's theory, describe how thinking changes in infancy from birth through the second year of life. In your answer, describe changes in the nature of thinking and give examples of specific intellectual abilities which emerge.
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Suggested Responses: Students should describe how thinking shifts from purely reflexive behavior at birth, to circular reactions, to early causal thinking, then to internal, reflective problem solving by age two. They should comment on key abilities which emerge over time - object permanence, causal thinking, imitation, and the use of internal images. They should describe a general trend from pure action to more internalized and creative thought in problem solving.
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