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In which stage of Piaget's theory of development do children engage in this magical thinking?

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preoperational

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The penultimate paragraph of the article contains an anecdote about how a teacher puts on the clothes of Sinterklaas in front of her class and that the children subsequently see her as Sinterklaas. Which theory can best explain that the children see this happen before their eyes, but still believe they see Sinterklaas instead of their teacher?

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Freud's theory,  because these children are still in the oral stage. 

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Suppose a child sees Sinterklaas, but she does notice that Sinterklaas has the same glasses and shoes as her grandfather. Yet she just sees Sinterklaas in front of her, and not her grandfather. This is a form of __________.

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assimilation

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Suppose a 6-year-old child carries out a conservation task and gives the right answer: the amount of fluid in the glass remains the same, regardless of whether it is a tall or a wide glass. In short, the child has a concept of conservation.


Complete the following sentence correctly. The child has a concept of conservation and thus a logical framework for thought, a characteristic of the _______. In such a case, according to Piaget, this child would _______ be able to believe in Sinterklaas.
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concrete operations stage; no longer 

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In reality, however, it could happen that a child has a concept of conservation, but at the same time still believes in Sinterklaas. According to the information processing approach, this is possible because

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According to the information processing approach, development is continuous; a child can therefore have a concept of conservation (concrete operations stage), and at the same time believe in Sinterklaas (preoperational stage). 

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Which theories belong to constructivism?

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Piaget's theory 

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Complete the following sentence. A characteristic of Piaget's theory of development is that development progresses ______; according to the information processing approach development progresses _____.

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step by step in qualitatively different stages; in a continuous manner 

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When seeing and eating candy, a child gets a pleasant feeling because of the sugar. Getting candy is preceded by seeing Sinterklaas. Now the child is already happy when he sees Sinterklaas. Which theory is best suited to this observation?

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Classical conditioning 

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In the previous questions the phrase 'believing in Sinterklaas' is often mentioned, but which theory can and does not want to say anything about the mental process of believing?

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Behaviorism 

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The article discusses 'the Sinterklaas lie that can be harmful to the bond between parent and child'. The idea that a childhood trauma due to a difficult relationship with the parents influences the later personality fits best with


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Freud's psychoanalysis theory. 

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Suppose a boy got a handful of sweets from Sinterklaas, and his little sister didn't, because after giving the candy to the boy there was no candy left to give. The little sister would have liked to get some candy too. 

Complete the following sentence. The _______ wants all the candy for itself. As a child ages, the _______ knows that this is socially unacceptable. That is why the _______ mediates, so that the boy shares the candy with his sister.

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id; superego; ego

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Part of magical thinking is to attribute life to things like mountains, clouds, and the sky.

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animism

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Q:

In which stage of Piaget's theory of development do children engage in this magical thinking?

A:

preoperational

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The penultimate paragraph of the article contains an anecdote about how a teacher puts on the clothes of Sinterklaas in front of her class and that the children subsequently see her as Sinterklaas. Which theory can best explain that the children see this happen before their eyes, but still believe they see Sinterklaas instead of their teacher?

A:

Freud's theory,  because these children are still in the oral stage. 

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Suppose a child sees Sinterklaas, but she does notice that Sinterklaas has the same glasses and shoes as her grandfather. Yet she just sees Sinterklaas in front of her, and not her grandfather. This is a form of __________.

A:

assimilation

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Suppose a 6-year-old child carries out a conservation task and gives the right answer: the amount of fluid in the glass remains the same, regardless of whether it is a tall or a wide glass. In short, the child has a concept of conservation.


Complete the following sentence correctly. The child has a concept of conservation and thus a logical framework for thought, a characteristic of the _______. In such a case, according to Piaget, this child would _______ be able to believe in Sinterklaas.
A:

concrete operations stage; no longer 

Q:

In reality, however, it could happen that a child has a concept of conservation, but at the same time still believes in Sinterklaas. According to the information processing approach, this is possible because

A:

According to the information processing approach, development is continuous; a child can therefore have a concept of conservation (concrete operations stage), and at the same time believe in Sinterklaas (preoperational stage). 

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Which theories belong to constructivism?

A:

Piaget's theory 

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Complete the following sentence. A characteristic of Piaget's theory of development is that development progresses ______; according to the information processing approach development progresses _____.

A:

step by step in qualitatively different stages; in a continuous manner 

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When seeing and eating candy, a child gets a pleasant feeling because of the sugar. Getting candy is preceded by seeing Sinterklaas. Now the child is already happy when he sees Sinterklaas. Which theory is best suited to this observation?

A:

Classical conditioning 

Q:

In the previous questions the phrase 'believing in Sinterklaas' is often mentioned, but which theory can and does not want to say anything about the mental process of believing?

A:

Behaviorism 

Q:

The article discusses 'the Sinterklaas lie that can be harmful to the bond between parent and child'. The idea that a childhood trauma due to a difficult relationship with the parents influences the later personality fits best with


A:

Freud's psychoanalysis theory. 

Q:

Suppose a boy got a handful of sweets from Sinterklaas, and his little sister didn't, because after giving the candy to the boy there was no candy left to give. The little sister would have liked to get some candy too. 

Complete the following sentence. The _______ wants all the candy for itself. As a child ages, the _______ knows that this is socially unacceptable. That is why the _______ mediates, so that the boy shares the candy with his sister.

A:

id; superego; ego

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Part of magical thinking is to attribute life to things like mountains, clouds, and the sky.

A:

animism

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