• anonymous
15. According to Piaget, a cognitive development begins with the ______stage and ends with the _________stage. (Points : 2) concrete operational; sensorimotor sensorimotor; formal operational formal operational; sensorimotor sensorimotor, pre operational 16. Cleo wanted to extend her curfew and her parents said no. She was angry and upset and went up to her bedroom and kicked her large stuffed dog. Cleo is using which of the defense mechanisms? (Points : 2) displacement rationalization repression projection
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The stages of Jean Piaget's Theory of Cognitive Development happen in this order: 1. Sensorimotor 2. Pre operational 3. Concrete operational 4. Formal operational ~~~~~~~~~~~ "Displacement" is one of Sigmund Freud's defense mechanisms. Displacement is where we (wrongfully) let out our feelings on people or objects that do not threaten us, in any way. Here's an example: My boss gives me a hard time at work. I feel angry about that. But I can't let my anger out on my boss, because I might get fired. So, I go home, and I kick my dog. That's displacement.

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