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In Piaget's theory, ____ is the failure to perceive from another's perspective. A. object permanence B. conservation C. attachment D. egocentrism
In Piaget's theory, egocentrism is the failure to perceive from another's perspective.
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In Piaget's theory, egocentrism is the failure to perceive from another's perspective.
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