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What Piaget termed egocentric speech?

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When we see children play we notice them talking to themselves, this speech that children indulge in with themselves is what Piaget termed as egocentric speech. This speech according to Piaget lays down a verbal path way for children to complete a
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The best example of egocentrism is a young child on the telephone. When talking to perhaps their parent they may be asked a question. They have a mental image of the person on the
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