Child Psychology

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In terms of development, Piaget believed that
A. child development is haphazard, random, and based on experience.
B. cognitive development proceeds by stages that are universal across cultures.
C. children learn in different sequences based on their environment.
D. perception and sensation are directly linked and, therefore, inseparable.

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