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The issue that discusses whether development is more a function of biology or more a function of the environment is the ______________ controversy. nature-nurture continuous-discontinuous tabula rasa continuous-sensitivity
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Which element of Freud’s personality theory is guided by the pleasure principle? id, ego, superego, phallic
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Which one of these therapists would use dream analysis in order to understand the unconscious mind? Sigmund Freud, Erik Erikson, John Locke, Jean Piaget,
Weegy: Sigmund Freud. Answer source is from : User: Sona is trying to put together a puzzle that is too difficult for her to complete alone. If the puzzle is within Sona’s zone of proximal development, then she is likely to complete it if she has assistance, is likely to become frustrated with a parent or teacher’s help. needs to first learn the concept of conservation, is likely to complete it within one year, Weegy: Your question is not complete. If your question is the same as this one : Sona is trying to put together a puzzle that is too difficult for her to complete alone. If the puzzle is within Sona’s zone of proximal development, then she (Points : 1) a. [ is likely to complete it if she has assistance. b. is likely to become frustrated with a parent or teacher’s help. c. needs to first learn the concept of conservation. d. is likely to complete it within one year. The answer is A. It is within her developmental abilities to complete the puzzle, but she is having difficulty with it. Simple guidance should allow her to complete it. ] (More)
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Sona is trying to put together a puzzle that is too difficult for her to complete alone. If the puzzle is within Sona’s zone of proximal development, then she (Points : 1) is likely to complete it if she has assistance. is likely to become frustrated with a parent or teacher’s help. needs to first learn the concept of conservation. is likely to complete it within one year.
Weegy: Your question is not complete. If your question is the same as this one : Sona is trying to put together a puzzle that is too difficult for her to complete alone. If the puzzle is within Sona?s zone of proximal development, then she (Points : 1) a. [ [ is likely to complete it if she has assistance. b. is likely to become frustrated with a parent or teacher?s help. c. needs to first learn the concept of conservation. d. is likely to complete it within one year. The answer is A. It is within her developmental abilities to complete the puzzle, but she is having difficulty with it. Simple guidance should allow her to complete it. ] ] (More)
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Tai decided to join a group protest of his university’s policies because he felt it was the right thing to do, even though his participation might result in being arrested. Tai’s behavior is consistent with Kohlberg’s preconventional morality, conventional morality, unconventional morality, postconventional morality.
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