Piaget's cognitive development period that begins at birth and ends around age 2 is called: a. sensorimotor intelligence. b. reflexes stage. c. primary circular reaction. d. preoperational thought.
Piaget's first period of cognitive development highlights that: a. at birth, infants are active learners. b. infants learn through adaptation. c. infants' motor skills and senses are the conduits for learning. d. All of these answers are correct.
all of the above
What occurs when infants change from sucking their mother's breast to sucking a pacifier? a. adaptation b. object permanence c. tertiary circular reaction d. secondary circular reaction
The results of subsequent experiments were inconsistent with the conclusions of Piaget by demonstrating that infants:
a. have some understanding of object permanence as young as 4 months. b. have no understanding of object permanence at 8 months. c. have complete understanding of object permanence at 3 months. d. understand object permanence according to their ethnic group
have some understanding of object permanence as young as 4 months.
The technique ______ can measure changes in activity ANYWHERE in the brain. a. EEG b. ERP c. PET d. fMRI
The information-processing theory compares human thinking to: a. evolutionary theory. b. computer functioning. c. Freud's psychoanalytic theory. d. the principles of behaviorism.