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Question 122   Multiple Choice 0 points Modify Remove Question _____ is defined as the understanding that objects continue to exist even when they are out of sight .
 Answer Concrete permanence Object permanence Object existence Object concreteness
Question 123   Multiple Choice 0 points Modify Remove Question Five- month - old Eric picks up his mother 's keys and begins to put them in his mouth . His mother takes the keys away from Eric , and he begins to cry . However , as soon as she puts the keys out of sight behind her back , Eric stops crying and becomes interested in something else . This story demonstrates Eric 's lack of
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Question 124   Multiple Choice 0 points Modify Remove Question According to Piaget , one of the major developments during the sensorimotor stage is the emergence of the concept of
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Question 125   Multiple Choice 0 points Modify Remove Question By the end of the _ ____ stage , child ’s conceptions become more stable , so that objects cease to appear and disappear magically , and instead become more orderly and predictable .
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Question 126   Multiple Choice 0 points Modify Remove Question When watching an electric train , Amy will look ahead to the end of the tunnel , rather than staring at the spot where the train disappeared . Amy must be at least _____ years old .
 Answer two three four five
Question 127   Multiple Choice 0 points Modify Remove Question During which cognitive stage do children learn to think symbolically and to use language , although their thinking will still be very intuitive ?
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Question 128   Multiple Choice 0 points Modify Remove Question The mental ability to change the shape or form of a substance and realize that it s volume remains the same is termed
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Question 129   Multiple Choice 0 points Modify Remove Question Because Rachel is too young to make transformations , she is unable to
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Question B   ecause Rachel is too young to make transformations , she is unable to
 Answer distinguish between a larger circle and a smaller circle .
 mentally change the shape of clay from a ball to a worm .
 tell who is taller , mommy or daddy .
 recognize colors .
Question 130   Multiple Choice 0 points Modify Remove Question Luis watches his mother open two equal containers of milk and pour each container of milk into a glass . She pours one container of milk into a glass that is short and wide , while the other glass is tall and thin . Although both glasses contain the same amount of milk , Luis wants the tall , thin glass because he says it has “ more milk . ” Luis is
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Question 131   Multiple Choice 0 points Modify Remove Question A teacher shows Megan two short glasses filled to the same level . While Megan is watching , the teacher pours the water from one of the short glasses into a tall thin glass . When Megan is asked which glass has the most water , the short one or the tall one , Megan replies that " There is the same amount of water in each . The tall glass is just thinner . " Megan is
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Question 132   Multiple Choice 0 points Modify Remove Question _____ is thinking that makes little or no use of reasoning or logic .
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Question _   ____ is thinking that makes little or no use of reasoning or logic .
 Answer Convergent thought
 Inductive thinking Intuitive thought
 Deductive thinking
Question 133   Multiple Choice 0 points Modify Remove Question A child who thinks that the sun and moon are following him is exhibiting _____ thought .
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Question 134   Multiple Choice 0 points Modify Remove Question Age _____ has been called the “ age of reason , ” because after this age , there is a definite trend toward more logical , adult - like thought .
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Question 135   Multiple Choice 0 points Modify Remove Question Which of the following is NOT present in the preoperational stage ?
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Question W   hich of the following is NOT present in the preoperational stage ?
 Answer the ability to reverse thoughts or operations egocentric thought the ability to think symbolically the tendency to confuse words with the objects they represent
Question 136   Multiple Choice 0 points Modify Remove Question Sara is angry at her older brother and calls him “ a panty - girdle . ” At other times when she was angry , she called him “ a toilet ” and “ a rat . ” Sara ’s preoccupation with name calling is very common during the _____ stage when children see the name of an object as being as much a part of the object as its size , shape , and color .
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Question 137   Multiple Choice 0 points Modify Remove Question You are playing with a neighbor 's son , Sam . He is taking a stick and waving it through the air , making airplane noises . You then take the stick and push it along the ground , making car noises . Sam angrily takes back the stick and says , " No , it 's a plane ! " Sam appears to be in Piaget 's
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Question 138   Multiple Choice 0 points Modify Remove Question Cary was beating on his " drum " in the kitchen . Cary 's drum is really one of his mother 's cooking boilers . When Cary gets through beating on his drum , his mother takes it , washes it , and then puts it on the stove to boil water . Cary starts screaming , " You burn drum . " Cary is exhibiting a behavioral characteristic of which cognitive stage ?
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Question 124Multiple Choice0 pointsModifyRemoveQuestionAccording to Piaget, one of the major developments during the sensorimotor stage is the emergence of the concept of Answerconservation. reversibility. object permanence. transformation.
Add Question HereQuestion 125Multiple Choice0 pointsModifyRemoveQuestionBy the end of the _____ stage, child’s conceptions become more stable, so that objects cease to appear and disappear magically, and instead become more orderly and predictable.
Add Question HereQuestion 126Multiple Choice0 pointsModifyRemoveQuestionWhen watching an electric train, Amy will look ahead to the end of the tunnel, rather than staring at the spot where the train disappeared. Amy must be at least _____ years old.
Add Question HereQuestion 127Multiple Choice0 pointsModifyRemoveQuestionDuring which cognitive stage do children learn to think symbolically and to use language, although their thinking will still be very intuitive?
Add Question HereQuestion 128Multiple Choice0 pointsModifyRemoveQuestionThe mental ability to change the shape or form of a substance and realize that its volume remains the same is termed Answertransference. telegraphic thought. transformation. telepathy.
Add Question HereQuestion 129Multiple Choice0 pointsModifyRemoveQuestionBecause Rachel is too young to make transformations, she is unable to
Add Question HereQuestion 130Multiple Choice0 pointsModifyRemoveQuestionLuis watches his mother open two equal containers of milk and pour each container of milk into a glass. She pours one container of milk into a glass that is short and wide, while the other glass is tall and thin. Although both glasses contain the same amount of milk, Luis wants the tall, thin glass because he says it has “more milk.” Luis is
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