Soon his discoveries, experiments, assumptions and conclusions led to the creation of several disciplines.
These disciplines are Developmental Psychology, Cognitive Theory, and Genetic Epistemology.
According to Piaget the level of sophistication of the cognitive structures the child comes up with cannot be compared to the ones of grown-ups.
The path of child’s development was segmented by Piaget Piaget into four stages which began with birth and concluded in teen years.
He also considered that children base these theories on their own personal experiences interacting with persons and objects in their environment.
Other assumptions were that the child used “schemas” to gain information about the environment.
At that age he wrote a short work concerning his aggravation with the lack of attention and consideration people had for children.
Though, being himself a child he was already concerned with the position kids set in the world and set his mind on improving it in the future.
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