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Regarding careers, according to your text: a.In order to maximize happiness, you should pursue the one field that fits your personality. b. Young adults often disregard personality characteristics when choosing a career. c. There is often one perfect job for everybody. d. There is a relatively high correlation between job satisfaction and personality characteristics.
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When children demonstrate conservation, they are showing understanding that a.differences in appearance do not affect total amounts. b.liquid can be poured carefully from one container to another. c.the world doesn’t always make sense. d.symbols can be used to represent real objects.
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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 a. preconventional morality. b. conventional morality. c. unconventional morality. d. postconventional morality.
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