An Introductory Note about Piaget

  title={An Introductory Note about Piaget},
  author={Eleanor Duckworth},
  journal={Journal of Education},
  pages={12 - 5}
Two key points of Piaget's psychology are developed and illustrated. The first is that sensory data are interpreted through kinds of knowledge which themselves are not proven or disproven by sensory data. The second is that children's thinking is often characterized by difficulties in decentering from striking aspects of a situation. 

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