Top Posters
Since Sunday
24
10
m
6
t
5
a
5
m
5
J
5
d
5
t
5
r
5
j
5
a
5
New Topic  
pentapenguin pentapenguin
wrote...
Posts: 2392
Rep: 6 0
7 years ago
. According to Baillargeon, the apparent inability of young infants to comprehend object permanence may    reflect more about infants’ _________ deficiencies than their lack of understanding of the concept.
a.  memory   c. reading
b.  auditory   d.  sensory
Textbook 

Child Development: A Topical Approach


Edition: 1st
Author:
Read 558 times
4 Replies
Replies
Answer verified by a subject expert
danielle2018danielle2018
wrote...
Top Poster
Posts: 1912
7 years ago
Sign in or Sign up in seconds to unlock everything for free
More solutions for this book are available here
a    According to Baillargeon, babies may have some understanding of object permanence, but their memories may be so poor that they simply do not recall the earlier concealment of the object that has been hidden.
1

Related Topics

pentapenguin Author
wrote...
7 years ago
Thank you so much!
wrote...
7 years ago
You are welcome.
wrote...
2 months ago
TY :)
New Topic      
Explore
Post your homework questions and get free online help from our incredible volunteers
  400 People Browsing
 677 Signed Up Today
Related Images
  
 3489
  
 330
  
 332
Your Opinion
What's your favorite math subject?
Votes: 174