Features of Thinking at Each Age

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M. M. Djolimbetova


 Thinking, like other mental processes, begins to develop in children from a young age. A child does not have the ability to think from birth. Some scientists compare the thinking of a child to the thinking of a monkey. The theory of psychologists about the thinking of a monkey is not true. A child is a person by birth, he lives in a society of people, interacts with people, grows under their influence. A child's thinking is first and foremost a human thinking. A child's thinking grows slowly, under the influence of knowledge and experience, living conditions and the education he receives. At first, the child learns about the outside world and things at home only by sensing and perceiving.

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Djolimbetova, M. M. . (2023). Features of Thinking at Each Age. Journal of Coastal Life Medicine, 11(1), 273–278. Retrieved from https://www.jclmm.com/index.php/journal/article/view/330


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