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in 200 words and your own words, describe Piaget's formal operations and how one achieves it.

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This solution describes the formal operation stage in Piaget's Child Development theory.

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Piaget's Formal Operations

Research suggests that two processes underlie Piaget theories: (a) the way children organize observations and experiences of the world, and (b) the way in which they adapt to the world. For instance, according to Piaget, the child comes to understand through his or her experiences.

His cognitive development theory was based on the assumption that children go through four stages: (1) Sensorimotor stage [describing their world]), ...

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