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Jean Piaget identified four stages that children go through as they develop the ability to reason. The third is preoperational. concrete operational. sensorimotor. formal operational.
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User: Jean Piaget identified four stages that children go through as they develop the ability to reason. The third is preoperational. concrete operational. sensorimotor. formal operational.

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Jean Piaget identified four stages that children go through as they develop the ability to reason. The third is concrete operational.
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