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According to Piaget, a cognitive development begins with the ______stage and ends with the _________stage.

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    Piaget's theory give us four stages of cognitive development, in this order: 1. Sensorimotor stage (from birth - age 2) 2. Pre-operational stage (from age 2- age 7) 3. Concrete operational stage (from age 7 - age 11) 4. Formal operational stage (from age 11 or 12, and beyond) So it's clear to us which stage is the first, and which stage is the last.

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