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when a child can attend to all the states of an object from the begining to the end and notice changes, it is called: A conservation B centration C transformation D irreversibility
When a child can attend to all the states of an object from the begining to the end and notice changes, it is called: transformation.
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When a child can attend to all the states of an object from the begining to the end and notice changes, it is called: transformation.
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