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oIntuitive Thought: 11.Can do basic classification but problems with class inclusion. 13.Define conservation; list some types of conservation and the ages at which they occur (p. 185)
EXAM #2 STUDY GUIDE – PART 1AGING THEORIES, PERCEPTION, COGNITION oVolume: 9-12 yrs.14.Define reversibility, decentration, seriation, transivity, class inclusion 15.Formal operations: mental actions on abstract ideas and on things not directlyvisible, more logical, hypothetical-deductive reasoning, will envisionideal circumstances(p.186-188)16.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)?