Category: cognitive development

What is an automatic process in psychology? (A definitive guide)

In this blog we will answer the question “what is an automatic process in Psychology” and deliberate on its components, risks and benefits.

What are the three stages of Motor learning?

In this blog we will answer the question  What are the three stages of Motor learning? And emphasise how sports can enhance it. 

Mental set psychology definition (A Brief Guide)

In this guide, we will discuss “Mental set psychology definition” and why mental sets make it difficult to solve problems. Also, we will discuss a specific type of mental s...

Cognitive Skills (A Comprehensive Guide)

Cognitive skills can be used in any professional field to solve problems in a work environment and to enhance the quality of work you are doing. ...

Crystallized Intelligence (A complete guide)

Crystallized intelligence refers to the skills, facts and knowledge that we acquire throughout the course of our lives.

Left Brain vs Right Brain ( A guide)

The left and right brain areas make up the focal sensory system that is situated inside the skull. It works as an esse...

Piaget’s stages of cognitive development

What are Piaget’s stages? Jean Piaget's theory of cognitive development suggests that children go through four different ...

Cognitive Psychology (A complete guide)

Cognitive psychology is the study of the internal processes of the mind. Everything that happens in your mind; thought...

Heuristic (A complete guide)

A heuristic is a technique that is used for problem-solving or self-discovery that employs a practical method to reach a short-term goal.

Cognitive development theory

What is Cognitive development? Cognitive development is the method of how a child’s cognition develops from birth.


The preoperational stage is the second stage in Piaget's hypothesis of psychological development. This stage starts ar...

Visual Perception (A Comprehensive Guide)

An individual’s ability to perceive, organize, manage, and interpret consciously any information which he or she receives from sensory resources is called Perception. ...