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The classic moral dilemma is called the_____dilemma.29
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The classic moral dilemma is called the_____dilemma.
According to Piaget, egocentrism refers to
young children's exaggerated interest in themselves and their own pleasure.
a failure to realize that things continue to exist even when they are not visible.
the difficulty perceiving things from another person's point of view.
a sensorimotor need for self-stimulation, as evidenced in thumb sucking.60s
In Erikson's theory, individuals generally focus on developing ________ during infancy and then ________ during toddlerhood.
basic trust; autonomy
identity; basic trust
The process of imprinting involves the formation of a(n)
theory of mind
Simon and Stacy exercise very little control over their two young children, and they usually allow them to do whatever they want. Psychologists would characterize Simon and Stacy as ________ parents.
Donna suffers from a painful back condition. Smoking marijuana would reduce her pain, but she thinks it would be wrong because it is prohibited by the laws of her state. Donna is demonstrating Kohlberg's ________ level of morality.
Moral intuitions are
quick gut feelings.60s
According to Piaget, schemas are
people's conceptual frameworks for understanding their experiences.
fixed sequences of cognitive developmental stages.
children's ways of coming to terms with their sexuality.
problem-solving strategies that are typicallynot developed until the formal operational stage.60s
Theory of __________ refers to a child’s growing understanding of how another person’s mental states can affect that person’s behavior.
_______ are organized beliefs and expectations about maleness and femaleness that guide children's thinking about gender.
Children for whom amniotic fluid analysis indicated high prenatal testosterone develop more
Object permanence is the understanding that
developmental stages occur in a predictable sequence.
biological growth processes enable orderly development.
the mass and volume of objects remain the same despite changes in their form.
things continue to exist even when they are not perceived.60s
Psychologists have theorized that there are basic moral foundations that form our morality, regardless of culture. What is this theory called?
moral foundation theory60s
According to Piaget, accommodation refers to
developmental changes in a child's behavior that facilitate social acceptance by family and peers
adjusting current schemas to make sense of new experiences
incorporating new experiences into existing schemas
parental efforts to include new children in the existing family structure.60s
According to Piaget, the ability to think logically about events first develops during the ________ stage.
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