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Quiz 5

Preoperational thought involves magical, self centered imagination rather than logic. True
Centration is an obstacle to developing logical operations True
The preoperational child is incapable of understanding reversibility True
The human drive to develop explanations for what one sees and hears, also known as theory-theory is most apparent in late childhood False
The best time to learn a second language is in early childhood. True
To begin to regulate their emotions, children must first start to learn impulse control. True
Brittan would set the dinner table only if she could had a treat after dinner. Her willingness to help was extrinsically motivated. True
Guilt is an emotion of self-blame while shame is a reaction to being blamed. True
Children tend to show a preference to play alone or with parents rather than with one another False
Authoritarian parent welcome their children's opinion's and are sensitive to their feelings False
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