quiz 10 - 1. According to Piaget's ideas about children's...

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1. According to Piaget's ideas about children's moral development, a child who  insists that the rules of a game cannot be changed because they come from  authorities such as parents or religious figures is demonstrating moral  development at the ________ stage.  1. A. existentialist  2. B. moral relativism  3. C. ego ideal  4. D. post-conventional  5. E. moral realism  Point Value: 2  2. All of the following statements address the typical ways that poverty impacts  children EXCEPT:  1. A. "Families in poverty tend to have more frequent changes of residency  and schools."  2. B. "Children raised in poverty have increased capacity to deal with  stress."  3. C. " Poverty leaves mothers with inadequate prenatal care."  4. D. " Children living in poverty have inadequate housing."  5. E. "Families in poverty live in more dangerous neighborhoods."  Point Value: 2  3. Which of the following is the typical pattern of children's descriptions of others 
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This essay was uploaded on 04/07/2008 for the course FSHS 110 taught by Professor Blah during the Spring '08 term at Kansas State University.

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quiz 10 - 1. According to Piaget's ideas about children's...

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