Cross-Sectional and Longitudinal Studies Support Piaget's Assertion That Understanding and Use
Cross-sectional and longitudinal studies support Piaget's assertion that understanding and use of basic principles of logic first appears at
B) early childhood.
C) late childhood.
E) middle childhood.
Eighteen-year-old Leslie is more likely to make decisions
A) by focusing on the present.
B) by focusing on options.
C) with little concern for the future.
D) by focusing on reality.
E) without considering possibilities.
In a study by Lewis, nearly ________ of 12th graders tested did not show future orientation.
Keating estimates that about ________ percent of 18- to 20-year-olds in industrialized countries use formal operations.
A) 85 to 95
B) 75 to 80
C) 50 to 60
D) 30 to 40
E) 10 to 15