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1.During accommodation, a new experience is incorporated into an existing scheme without modification.
2.The sensorimotor period of thinking lasts from about age two to age six years old.
3.Object permanence involves understanding that something exists even when it is out of our sensory awareness.
4.The inability to see the world from any perspective but your own is called egocentrism.
5.Preoperational children often think in a manner consistent with the idea that appearance is reality.
6.Piaget is often criticized for overestimating the impact of sociocultural factors on cognitive development.
7.The core knowledge hypothesis is very compatible with notions of naive physics and naive biology.
8.A commitment to a teleological explanation means believing that all living things exist for a purpose.
9.Orienting responses are often triggered by either unfamiliar or strong stimuli.
10.The salivation response elicited by Pavlov’s dogs is best explained by the principles of operant conditioning.