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Which of the following BEST summarizes how today's psychologists view Piaget's stages of cognitive development?
Piaget depended on the use of case studies, a research method that is flawed and is shunned by psychologists today.
Piaget offered a completely accurate picture of children's thinking that does not require any revision.
Developmental psychologists view cognitive development over the course of eight stages, starting from trust v. mistrust and concluding with integrity v. despair.
Piaget overestimated the impact of cultural influences or trained mentors on cognition.
Piaget's stages are not as separate or as distinct as Piaget proposed.