- Centration (Centered thinking) : Centration means focusing on one dimension of a situation while ignoring others. In Piaget's theory , Centration is the tendency of pre-operational children to attend to one aspect of a situation to the exclusion of others in contrast with Decentration. According to Piaget, Centration means narrowly focused type of thought characteristic of pre-operational children

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