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Which of the following is an accurate statement about young children's understanding of intentionality?

▸ Before age four children believe that all acts are intentional; between four and five they begin to understand unintentional behaviors.

▸ Before age four children can understand the intentionality of acts they can witness; intentionality of unobserved behaviors is not understood until the later elementary years.

▸ By age three children have a full understanding that some actions are intentional and some are not.

▸ Before age five children have virtually no conception of what intentions are.
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Early Childhood Development: A Multicultural Perspective


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Before age four children believe that all acts are intentional; between four and five they begin to understand unintentional behaviors.
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