(b. 1896, Neuchatel, Switzerland, d. 1980, Geneva, Switzerland. Ph.D. Biology, University of Neuchatel, 1918). Piaget is widely considered the most influential developmental theorist of the twentieth century. According to Piaget, cognitive development is a progression from a state of egocentrism, characterized by the use of concrete concepts, toward the construction and use of abstract concepts.
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