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According to Piaget, what characterizes (and also poses a

limitation on) concrete-operational thought?

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Structures revolve primarily around sensory and motor abilities


Structures no longer include reversibility


Structures for mental operations are tied to actual objects in the real world (i.e., thinking is still concrete)


Structures are stronger linked to accommodation than assimilation


Structures now include hypothetical outcomes and logical deductions

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