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After seeing how she interacts with the little Maltese dog next door, Ellie’s parents decide to get her a dog too. Ellie’s new Golden Retriever is much bigger and looks different, but because it is new but very similar, she understands how to interact with it. Ellie’s response appears to reflect Piaget’s concept of

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