1.Piaget referred to the psychological structures that organize experience as : 1408653
1.Piaget referred to the psychological structures that organize experience as _____.
2.According to Piaget, when a new experience is readily incorporated into an existing scheme, _____ is occurring.
3.The belief that an inanimate object has lifelike properties is called _____.
4.The core _____ hypothesis suggests that infants are born with a rudimentary understanding of the world.
5.The belief that all living organisms have an unseen essence that gives them an identity is called _____.
6.Information-processing theorists use the term “mental _____” when referring to the neural structures built into the mind.
7.When presented with a strong or unfamiliar stimulus, humans will automatically attend to the stimulus. This reaction is referred to as a(n) _____ response.
8.A diminishing response to a familiar stimulus is called _____.
9._____ conditioning occurs when a neutral stimulus comes to elicit a response originally produced by a different stimulus.
10.A memory for an event in your own life is called a(n) _____ memory.
11.According to the _____ principle, number names need to be counted in the same order.
12.Vygotsky referred to the difference between what a child can do on his or her own and with assistance using the phrase “zone of _____ development.”
13.A teacher gauging the amount of assistance needed to match a learner’s needs is using a technique called _____.
14.A(n) _____ is an early infant vowel-like sound.
15.When a child applies rules to words that are exceptions, the error is referred to as a(n) _____.