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Name: Jorge Martinez Chapter 12— Middle Childhood: Cognitive Development For each statement below, complete the blanks with the appropriate term or phrase. Note that the reviews are more extensive than those in the text book. (1) The typical child enters Piaget’s stage of _concrete_________ operations by the age of 7. (2) Concrete-operational thinking is characterized by _Reversibility_________ and flexibility. (3) Concrete-operational children are (more or less ?) egocentric than preoperational children. (4) The principle of _Transitivity_________ holds that if A exceeds B, and B exceeds C, then A must exceed C. (5) Seriation is made possible by knowledge of _The principle_________ . (6) Class _Inclusion_________ involves the ability to recognize that one class of things (A) can include subclasses (B1 and B2). (7) Piaget felt that learning is a process of active _Discovery_________ . (8) Piaget believed that children’s moral judgments develop in two stages: moral realism and _Autonomous_________ morality. (9) Preoperational children judge the wrongness of an act in terms of ( the amount of damage done or the intentions of the wrongdoer?). (10) In Kohlberg’s Pre conventional level, children base their moral judgments on the consequences of their behavior. (11) In the _Conventional__________ level, right and wrong are judge by conformity to conventional (family, religious, societal) standards of right and wrong. (12) Psychologists who view cognitive development in terms of __ Information _____ processing see children as akin to computer systems.
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  • Fall '14
  • DrHelenBurroughs
  • Intelligence quotient, typical child

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