Tag Archive 'cognitive development'

Mar 26 2015

Cognitive Behavioral Therapy for Bulimia

Published by under Behavior,Cognitive Development

Bulimia nervosa, non-purging bulimia, and binge-eating disorder are three inter-related medical conditions and they should not to be mistaken for being one and the same thing. Bulimia nervosa is an eating disorder that currently affects more women than men: for every ten women diagnosed, one man is. The condition is characterized by periods of marked […]

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Aug 30 2012

Puzzles help children with concentration problems

Published by under Behavior,Cognitive Development

Puzzles do help a lot children who have problems with concentrating and problem solving. My son started going to Mommy and Me classes at age 3. We were in a group with mixed age children and there were some who could not concentrate and had delays with their developing. So by means of puzzles and […]

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Jul 15 2012

Theories of cognition and language development

Jean Piaget and Lev Vygotsky proposed classical constructivist theories of cognitive development. Although, these two great theorists are often compared, there is a significant difference between their concepts. Vigotsky’s theories concentrate on the relationship between human consciousness and the material world. This shows that the thought development of human beings is determined by the environment, […]

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