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Phenylketonuria habituation dishabituation schema assimilation accommodation equilibration Sensorimotor stage Preoperational stage Concrete operations stage Formal operations stage Object permanence egocentric theory of mind conservation stage of concrete operations Stage of formal operations An inherited condition that, if untreated, leads to mental retardation. People with copies on both chromosome cannot metabolize phenylalanine, a common constituent of proteins Decreased response to a repeated stimulus When a change in a stimulus increases a previously habituated response An organized way of interacting with objects in the world Applying an old schema to new objects or problems (thinking that since animals move on their own may believe that the sun and moon are alive b/c they seem to move on their own.) Modifying an old schema to fit a new object or problem (learning that “only living things move on their own” is a rule with exceptions and that the sun and moon are not alive” The establishment of harmony or balance
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This note was uploaded on 05/01/2008 for the course PSYCH 10 taught by Professor Zaidel during the Winter '08 term at UCLA.

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