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what is the definition of sensorimotor User: define sensorimotor
Weegy: sensorimotor stage, an infant?s knowledge of the world is limited to their sensory perceptions and motor activities. Behaviors are limited to simple motor responses caused by sensory stimuli. [ Children utilize skills and abilities they were born with, such as looking, sucking, grasping, and listening, to learn more about the environment. ] User: The ability of a child to stand and perhaps climb usually occurs around the age of _______ months. A. 14 B. 18 C. 10 D. 12 (More)
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The sensorimotor stage is the first of the four stages Piaget uses to define cognitive development. Piaget designated the first two years of an infants life as the sensorimotor stage. .............
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Which of these statements concerning receptive and expressive language in babies' development is true? A. Receptive and expressive language development advance at the same pace. B. There's no relationship between receptive and expressive language development. C. Expressive language development occurs at a faster rate than receptive language development. D. Receptive language development occurs at a faster rate than expressive language development.
Weegy: The answer is D. Expressive language development occurs at a faster rate than receptive language development. User: It's estimated that by the age of five, a child whose parent or parents work full time will have spent _______ of their lives in the care of someone other than their parents in some type of child care setting. A. 1% B. 25% C. 100% D. 75% Weegy: It's estimated that by the age of five, a child whose parent or parents work full time will have spent _______ of their lives in the care of someone other than their parents in some type of child care setting. D. 75% (More)
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An observer who is inconspicuous in the room is being A. obtrusive. B. quiet. C. helpful. D. unobtrusive.
Weegy: An observer who is inconspicuous in the room is being: B. unobtrusive. User: Keeping systematic records of observations of children provides useful information for A. reporting to parents. B. All of the above C. assessing development. D. planning activities. Weegy: Keeping systematic records of observations of children provides useful information for Answer: A. reporting to parents. (More)
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define centration
Weegy: Centration is the tendency to focus on one aspect of a situation and neglect others. [ A term introduced by the Swiss psychologist Jean Piaget (1896–1980) to refer to the tendency of young children to focus attention on only one salient aspect of an object, situation, or problem at a time, to the exclusion of other potentially relevant aspects. A classic example is provided by an experiment first described by Piaget, in which a child watches while a number of objects are set out in a row and then moved closer together, and the child is asked whether there are now more objects, fewer objects, or the same number of objects. ] (More)
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Which of the following observations of children is the most objective? A. When Ann finished drawing with crayons, she put them back in the box and returned the box to the shelf, whereas Sue, obviously less disciplined, left hers scattered on the table. B. Eddie went to the shelf and chose a teddy bear to play with. He took a plastic spoon and bowl and repeatedly moved the spoon from the bowl to the bear's mouth. C. Chris took a toy truck from Alex. Alex cried, became angry ...
Weegy: The best answer is A. Eddie went to the shelf... This answer contains information that was observed; there is no conjecture beyond the facts, except that it states "...teddy bear to play with.". That implies intent that is not directly observable. [ Maybe Eddie took the bear down to wash it, or throw it out the window. So there is a slight problem with B. However, the other two possibilities are worse. In C. Joan is playing with blocks - there is no way to know that she is building a structure, she could be building an animal. Joan looked afraid, but it is only a guess that she is afraid because Missy was larger. Who knows if she lost her fear? Maybe she let Missy play because she was afraid of retaliation. In D. there is the presumption that Sue is less disciplined. All we can say objectively is that Sue left her crayons scattered. ] User: Which is not a reason why child care providers need to have knowledge of child development? A. It will assist you in selecting a logo for your center. B. It will help you to plan developmentally appropriate activities for the children. C. It will help you to plan a proper environment. D. It will help you to develop realistic expectations of the children in your care. Weegy: D. It will help you to develop realistic expectations of the children in your care. (More)
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