Which of the following capacities is/are ​NOT​ made possible by the cognitive development of ​pre-operational symbolic regulations​?

Question 25 ​(3 points)

Which is the best example of a moral imperitive or ​true moral rule​ (as opposed to a social-conventional rule)?

Question 25 options:

Moral rules are all relative to the specific culture.

Say your prayers before you go to bed.

Treat others the way you would like to be treated.

Moral rules differ for people of different ages.

Always wash your hands before eating.

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Question 26 ​(3 points)

Which of the following capacities is/are ​NOT​ made possible by the cognitive development of ​pre-operational symbolic regulations​?

Question 26 options:

transitive inference

story telling, fantasy, concepts

representational drawing

dramatic and pretend play

Question 27 ​(3 points)

Warren always walks to kindergarten, and Mommy always picks him up at school after kindergarten on her way home from work. One day, Mommy asks Warren to walk home from kindergarten, because she is not going to work and will already be home. Warren insists he does not know how to walk home from kindergarten–he only knows how to walk​ to​kindergarten. Which cognitive operation does Warren apparently ​lack​?

Question 27 options:

transformation

centration

equilibration

reversibility

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Question 28 ​(3 points)

Bart likes to play tricks on his little sister Maggie, age 5. Bart says to Maggie, “I’ll bet I can make all of my ​big​ glass of juice fit into your ​little​ cup.” ​Bart takes his tall narrow glass of juice and pours it into Maggie’s short wide cup. Maggie is astonished at Bart’s magic trick. Bart thinks Maggie is silly, but ​Piaget​ would say that little Maggie:

Question 28 options:

has difficulty with concrete classification.

suffers from childish gullibility.

is profoundly egocentric.

shows a lack of conservation.

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