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Jean Piaget's Cognitive Theory Stages

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  • Title: Jean Piaget's Cognitive Theory Stages
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Jean Piaget's Cognitive Theory Stages

Mark Oliver was born on February 11, 1960, to Steve Mallory and Wendy Chuck in Green Brook New Jersey. His parents and those who knew him as a child described him as a cheerful baby. When he was just two months, his father bought him a small ball that he liked chewing, and this exhibited his first Primary Circular Reaction (Kolb, 2014). At the age of five months, he had his first Secondary Circular Reaction; he knocked a ball by accident, and this excited him. In fact, it became a routine for the next several weeks. It was hardly possible to separate him from the ball. As early as seven months he had the Coordination of Secondary Circular Reaction, where no matter where the parents tried to hide the ball, he would use all means possible to ensure that he got it.

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