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Department
Anthropology
Course
ANTH 204
Professor
Jerome Rousseau
Semester
Winter

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Anthropology Of Meaning 3/15/2013 11:35:00 AM Stages of cognitive development:  0: Neonates have no idea of the permanence of objects  1: Children learn progressively about the permanence of substances, weight, and volume.  2: The notion of space integrates visual, auditory, and tactile perceptions.  3: The notion of time is acquired progressively. It requires learning about simultaneity and correlating duration and succession.  4: Children develop progressively a practical notion of causality. At first, they do not distinguish between goal and cause. There is no clear distinction between animate and inanimate entities.  5: Logic is also learnt progressively. It requires an understanding of the notions of reversibility and transitivity. Various Connotations of „Mind‟ Body
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