10 Piaget_1 - 1 People are basically a active beings who...

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1. People are basically: a. active beings who play a major role in determining their own abilities and traits. b. passive beings whose characteristics are molded either by social influences (parents and other significant people, outside events) or by biological factors beyond their control.
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2. Development proceeds: a. through stages, so that the individual becomes a different kind of person than s/he was in an earlier stage. b. continuously, in small increments without abrupt changes or distinct stages.
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Piaget’s Stages
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Preoperational Stage Piaget’s Description Later Research Drastic increase in use of mental symbols (e.g., words, images). True.
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Preoperational Period Piaget’s Description Later Research Egocentrism: Everyone sees things as in same manner as young children do. - mountain task
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Preoperational Stage Piaget’s Description Later Research Egocentrism: Everyone sees things as in same manner as young children do.
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