Exam 2

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According to Piaget, accommodation refers to
a. parental efforts to include new children in the existing family structure
b. incorporating new experiences into existing schemas
c. developmental changes in a child's behavior that facilitate social acceptance by family and peers
d. adjusting current schemas in order to make sense of new exeriences

Answer:
d. adjusting current schemas in order to make sense of new experiences

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