Human Growth and Development
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Question 4 of 10
A cognitive-developmental-stage theorist like Jean Piaget would expect which of the following to be true?
Children perform at a higher stage level when novel tasks and materials are used.
Children often skip one stage of development when their IQs fall in the gifted range.
Children in different cultures go through the same stages in the same order.
Children move from one stage to the next stage more quickly in response to intense training.
Children move through the stages more quickly when they are rewarded for successful problem solving.
CLEP® Human Growth and Development Examination Guide
[PDF Download] The Human Growth and Development exam covers theories and research related to physical, cognitive, and social development.
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