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Identify the key criticisms of Piaget’s theory
Reactions to Piaget Methodology limited to observations of his own three children and use of the clinical method with older children and adults -Biased? -Although his (clinical) approach allows a great deal of flexibility, it also opens the door to various threats to validity, especially the possibility that the experimenter will unconsciously and subtly provide the child with cues or leading questions. Probably underestimated children’s abilities, particularly as infants Evidence for distinct stages is not strong A strict interpretation of stage theory would require, for example, that all stage-related abilities appear together, a prediction not well borne out. There is also an arguable lack of evidence for the specific cognitive structures that Piaget described as underlying the different stages (Halford, 1989). Further, a variety of empirical studies have demonstrated a great deal of competence and knowledge among young children for which Piaget’s theory has difficulty accounting.
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