By: Dr Pandula Siribaddana
Jean William Fritz Piaget became world-renowned for his academic work in relation to the ‘cognitive developmental theory’, which facilitated the understanding of how children learn during the initial stages of life. Although he became popular for his research related to intellectual development of children...
By: Magda DH
Sigmund Freud (1856 – 1939) was trained as a medical doctor (neurologist), but his significance lies in pioneering the non-biological approach to psychiatric conditions. Freud is known as the founder of psychoanalysis as a method of treatment of mental disorders as well as psychoanalytic theory...
An overview on Jean Piaget's cognitive developmental theory
By: Paul Manalo
Jean Piaget is an important personality in educational psychology who formulated a profound model of human cognitive development. As noted by Spencer Rathus in his book "Childhood and Adolescence: Voyages in Development" published in 2007, this model of development formulated and proposed by Piaget explains...
An overview on Jean Piaget's cognitive developmental theory
By: Effie Moore Salem
Jean Piaget's work in understanding how the mind of children work, laid a foundation for cognitive thinking that applies to children of all ages. While today he is less credited for much of the thoughts and teaching methods, had it not been for his work...
By: Suzanne Rose
With powerful, ground-breaking insight, Jean Piaget's cognitive developmental theory produced a revolutionary new look into the cognitive field of psychology. As theories exploring the psychological complexities changed over the years, his work remained important. Piaget believed that children do not learn in a constant smooth...
By: Effie Moore Salem
Sigmund Freud, an Austrian psychiatrist, born in 1856, and living until 1939, opened the door for later psychological discoveries of the mind.At the time he presented his theories, he was rebuked more often than he was praised. His theories, many of which were outlandish...
By: John Louie Ramos
Renowned psychologist Erik Erikson spent much of his life observing and theorizing the psychosocial development in humans. Erikson noted that a man, in order to fully develop his psychosocial behavior, should pass each of the eight stages of psychosocial development that runs from infancy to...
Lucid dreaming explained
By: Alyzabeth Lewis
Have you ever had a dream where something happened that made you realize you were dreaming? Maybe it was seeing a person you had not seen in years, taking a turn in your home and finding yourself looking at a room you had never seen...
By: Lokemun Magar
Jean Piaget's cognitive developmental theory defines the cognitive development of children in four stages. These stages are the sensory-motor stage from birth to two years old, the pre-operational stage from two to seven years old, the concrete operational stage from seven to eleven years old...
By: Alice Shoaf
The Personality Theory developed by Dr. Sigmund Freud (1856-1939) is the bedrock upon which the psychoanalytic school of psychiatry was founded. Working theories of human development, behavior, psychopathology, and clinical treatment stemmed from his understanding of personality. Although some of his ideas have been disputed...

 

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