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  • Q:

    The Smiths have a daughter that is capable of remembering where things are, but she still has trouble seeing things from other people's perspective. According to Piaget:

     

    A

    she is in a stage in which abstract reasoning allows her to remember objects, but events, very easily.

    B

    her cognitive development is evolving, but not to the point of empathy.

    C

    she is experiencing life through the basic senses of sight and sound.

    D

    she can think abstractly and this is a more difficult cognitive task than memorization.




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