Object permanence

Learn about the concept of object permanence and how it plays a crucial role in a child's cognitive development. Discover activities and tips to help your child grasp this fundamental concept.
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Object permanence is the understanding that objects continue to exist despite being out of sight. In the context of ADHD, this term is used colloquially to describe how individuals with ADHD can easily forget about tasks, events, or items that are not immediately visible or stimulating. Over time, ADHD object permanence deficits can lead to

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If something can't be seen, heard, or touched, does it still exist? Jean Piaget emphasized the importance of object permanence in his theory of cognitive development. (Read more on Wikipedia.) Here are a handful of fun games to play with your baby that will strengthen his or her understanding of object permanence! 1. Ball under a cup 2. Caterpillar in an apple 3. Ring in a box 4. Stuffed animal under a blanket 5. The ball drop 6. Peek-a-boo!!!

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Are you stuck in a never-ending cycle regarding how close to others you're craving to be? Always sensing that the same emotions of abandonment continue to come back and haunt you no matter what you do? If so, then you may be experiencing a lack of emotional permanence. Emotional permanence refers to understanding and recognizing

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