Ep 195: How To Memorize Piaget’s Stages of Cognitive Development

MichaelCognition, Intelligence and Language, Development6 Comments

Do you need to memorize Piaget’s stages for a test? You’ve found what you’re looking for. I’ll use some familiar mnemonics (“1 is a bun”, etc.) and some wacky images to get those stages – and what happens during them – into your mind. You’ll be able to remember when object permanence occurs, when children are capable of assimilation and accommodation, abstract and logical thinking, conservation of energy – it’s all here. Take the time to watch this video, learn about mnemonics and memorize Piaget’s stages of cognitive development once and for all!

6 Comments on “Ep 195: How To Memorize Piaget’s Stages of Cognitive Development”

  1. Jay

    This has been so helpful, do you have other videos about Erickson and other Psychology basic memory, etc, THANK YOU GREAT VIDEOS, well done!

  2. Mary

    Your mnemonics are great!
    When I clicked on the link to get the PDF to study, it sent me the Kohlberg mnemonic, but I wanted Piaget. Is the link not correct or am I doing something wrong?

  3. Michael

    Mary, how long ago did you try this? I made some fixes yesterday and I think this was among them. Sorry about that. Try again or feel free to email me and I’ll send the PDF to you that way.

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