can focus on more than one aspect of a problem Transformational thought

Can focus on more than one aspect of a problem

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- can focus on more than one aspect of a problem Transformational thought Seriation - arranging items according to increasing or decreasing dimension (height and weight order) Transivity (logic)- relationships b/w objects If A > B and B > C, is A or C greater? Classification Class inclusion P. 186-188: Formal operations : mental actions on abstract ideas and on things not directly visible, more logical, hypothetical-deductive reasoning, will envision ideal circumstances. Elkind’s adolescent egocentrism : imaginary audience, personal fable. According to your text, which is better (associated with more positive traits): danger invulnerability or psychological invulnerability (p. 187)? High psychological invulnerability Mental actions on abstract ideas/thinking/logic
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How does your textbook describe Piagets contribution to the study of children’s cognitive development (p. 190)? What were some criticisms of his theory?
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