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Alyssa MarvinPSY 340ATQ91. You have already learned that there are different levels of categorization (e.g., dog, bloodhounds, etc.). Identify the basic and subordinate levels for the items in the class inclusion task illustrated here. If we think of the class inclusion task (arethere more roses or flowers) as pitting the basic level against the subordinate level, why might this problem be difficult for children up to about age 8? Hint: Think about what made mental representation problems difficult for children in the early childhood years.