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Baby Derek sees his mom leave a room and cries. He is only one year old. Why is he crying? Derek doesn't realize his mom still exists. He thinks his mom is gone for good. Derek is indicating he is scared. Choices A and B.
Weegy: Baby Derek sees his mom leave a room and cries. He is only one year old. He is crying because of d)Choices A and B. User: Piaget became interested in children's development when he _____. realized that emotions were a large part of growing up properly noticed that the wrong answers kids gave were actually correct listened to their wrong answers during IQ testing noticed that kids were developing without proper support Weegy: Piaget became interested in children's development when he b. noticed that the wrong answers kids gave were actually correct. User: When kids construct a whole world around something they believe, it is called ____. imagination schema scaffolding staging User: During what stage do you learn abstract thinking skills? sensorimotor preoperational concrete operations formal operations Weegy: a. sensorimotor User: Chris talked to his grandma on the phone, and she asked what birthday presents he received. Chris picked up a toy bat and said, "This is what I got" fully expecting his grandma on the other end of the phone to see the dog too. What aspect of development is Chris showing? concrete operations egocentrism abstract thinking sensory motor skills Weegy: d. sensory motor skills User: What are similarities between Piaget and Erikson's work? Both are stage theorists. Both study the emotional development of children. Both relied on Freud's foundational work. all of the above. Weegy: d)all of the above. User: Learning good work ethics will help you develop _____. the ability to begin tasks a healthy identity a sense of industry neither Weegy: c)a sense of industry User: During what major stage/age does a person feel either industry or inferiority? Stage 4: preadolescence Stage 5: adolescence Stage 6: early adulthood Stage 7: late adulthood Weegy: a. Stage 4: preadolescence User: What will possibly happen to a person who feels inferior? The person will have a hard time getting along with others. The person will ... (More)
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Give an example that's described in one of Piaget or Erikson's stages.
Weegy: That is a personal question that you must answer yourself. User: Give an example Piaget or Erikson's stages. Weegy: That is a personal question that you must answer yourself. User: Development begins when you are conceived. True False User: Development begins when you are conceived. True False Weegy: Development begins when you are conceived. True User: James is very confident he will succeed in life and knows that everyone thinks he is great. James is just a teenager but is sure he will offer the world some invaluable knowlege. What describes this adolescent's way of thinking? James is self-conscious. James has a growth spurt. James is mentally curious. James has a personal fable. Weegy: James is very confident he will succeed in life and knows that everyone thinks he is great. James is just a teenager but is sure he will offer the world some invaluable knowlege. [ What describes this adolescent's way of thinking? answer: Personal fable The personal fable results in the adolescent perceiving himself as special and unique, believing no one can relate to his personal experiences.[2] It is also characterized by exaggerated feelings of invulnerability. Feelings of uniqueness may stem from fascination with one's own thoughts to the point where an adolescent believes that his or her thoughts or experiences are completely novel and unique when compared to the thoughts or experiences of others. source: ] (More)
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