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Is this a good example of cognitive perspectiive and do you have anything that you can add on to this to give more substance.

The cognitive learning process involves thought processes and the behaviors that these thoughts cause. The best example that I can think of is the process that a toddler goes through to learn to walk. He starts out learning to crawl, which is the first proces. After he masters this, he starts to pull himself up to a standing position. This is another process. Then the toddler is ready to try to take his first steps. This would be the last process, which illustrates cognitive learning. These thought processes also help to determine how we see the world and how we interact with it. Jean Piaget proposed a theory of cognitive development for the steps of a child's intellectual development. This cognitive development takes place from childhood to adulthood.

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