Piaget’s Schema: Accommodation and Assimilation of New Information

A schema is a cognitive framework or concept that helps organize and interpret information. Jean Piaget, who coined the term, argued that we construct our experiences into schemata so we can make sense of the world. #learn #psychology #piaget Never miss a new video with our mailing list: Join and support us! This video was made possible with the support of our patrons: Scripz, Muhammad Humayun, Ginger, Tsungren Yang, Esther Chiang, Badrah, Cedric.Wang, Eva Marie Koblin, Broke, Jeffrey Cassianna, Sergei Kukhariev, Andrea Basilio Rava, Petra, Adèle D, kritik bhimani, David Markham, Don Bone, John Zhang, Mathis Nu, Julien DUMESNIL and all the others. Thank you! To join them visit Script: Jonas Koblin Artist: Pascal Gaggelli Voice: Matt Recording: Nalin Fish Editing: Peera Lertsukittipongsa Creative Director: Selina Bador Made with MinuteVideos To read the full script: Sources: About Assimilation and Accommodation About Schema About Bartlett The War of the Ghosts: a case study in narrative reconstruction Bartlett’s study successfully replicated Reconstruction of the Experiment in Class Creepy Story Door Study Daniel Simons Support us:

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