Annotation:Annotationen:Piaget’s Legacy: Cognition as Adaptive Activity/Ubwx4s36q1

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Annotation of Annotationen:Piaget’s_Legacy:_Cognition_as_Adaptive_Activity
Annotation Comment You may, for example, dream that you are in a room, but all you see of the room is a door (perhaps because you expect someone to come in through it). You have no idea of the size of the room, and there are no windows, curtains, pictures, no ceiling or furniture, or anything else that usually characterizes a room. These items may come in later—as the plot of the dream develops— but at this point, they are irrelevant in your dream-presentation of a room. In contrast, your perception of a room starts from sensory impressions that you proceed to coordinate, and they then allow you to consider them compatible with your concept of “room”.
Last Modification Date 2019-07-26T13:42:28.373Z
Last Modification User User:Sarah Oberbichler
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