Question 110Multiple Choice0 pointsModifyRemoveQuestionA child has learned to get his or her way with a younger sibling by using physical intimidation. If he or she uses the same tactics on peers, this demonstrates Answertransformation. classical conditioning. assimilation. accommodation. Add Question Here Question 111Multiple Choice0 pointsModifyRemoveQuestionA child and her father are walking. The child knows there are such things as birds but has never seen a bluebird before. Upon seeing one, she says, "See the birdie," and her father replies, "Yes, that's a bluebird." This example demonstrates Add Question Here Question 112Multiple Choice0 pointsModifyRemoveQuestionA child and her father are walking. The child knows there are such things as birds. Upon seeing a butterfly, she says, "See the birdie," and her father replies, "No, that's a butterfly; see how small it is." The child learns about butterflies. This example demonstrates Add Question Here Question 113Multiple Choice0 pointsModifyRemoveQuestionWhen Kathy uses crayons, she holds them tightly and presses down hard on the paper. Her mother just gave Kathy some fine line markers to draw with. Kathy grips the marker tightly and presses the point down hard on the paper. The point of the marker
breaks. Kathy’s difficulty with this new drawing instrument is due to Add Question Here Question 114Multiple Choice0 pointsModifyRemoveQuestionBecause Baby Eddie has a pet dog, he thinks all animals have four legs and a tail, bark and are furry. The first time he sees a cat, this theory works until the cat meows. Baby Eddie must now change his original idea. This change in Baby Eddie's thinking illustrates Answerassimilation. accommodation. abstraction. object permanence. Add Question Here Question 115Multiple Choice0 pointsModifyRemoveQuestionAn infant is being weaned to drink out of a cup, but she continues to suck the cup as if sucking a nipple. This best illustrates Add Question Here Question 116Multiple Choice0 pointsModifyRemoveQuestionErica is used to riding her own bicycle. She decides to ride her brother's bike, which is slightly larger. Piaget would call the changes Erica makes in order to ride her brother's bike Add Question Here
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