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Samantha Marshall PSY 340 May 6, 2020 ATQ#9 1.In the picture there are four roses and two daisies. Both of these items are a type of flower, containing the same characteristics such as stems, pedals, and leafs. According to Piaget, this is harder for kids under the age of eight because they have difficulty differentiating subordinate level and basic level. For example, if they were asked the question of are there more roses or flowers, they are likely to answer more roses than flowers. They have underextend that the daisies are flowers as well (understanding all partial classes), meaning there are more flowers than roses. 2.The aspect of children’s thinking that makes it easier than them to think about a family of frogs versus them to reason about classes of roses, daisies and flowers is that it is easier to organize a group of things in relation to each other. 3.The children’s conclusions would stem from different places depending on their age.