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The principles of contiguity and one-trial learning necessitate movement-produced stimuli. stereotyped behavior. During Piaget's ____________ stage,...

The principles of contiguity and one-trial learning necessitate


movement-produced stimuli.


stereotyped behavior.







During Piaget's ____________ stage, a child's logic is transductive.



Preoperational Thinking


Formal Operations


Concrete Operations


Sensorimotor

retroactive inhibition.


the recency principle.






Which of the following statements is FALSE?


For Miller and Dollard imitative learning was tied inevitably to reinforcement of actual imitated behavior.


Thorndike and Watson disregarded observational learning.


For Bandura there is no distinction between the concepts of imitation and observational learning.


Piaget completely denied the role of observational learning in young children.

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