The 1980 United States presidential election was the 49th quadrennial presidential election. It was held on Tuesday, November 4, 1980. Republican nominee Ronald Reagan defeated Democrat Jimmy Carter. Due to the rise of conservatism following Reagan's victory, some historians. Reagan received the highest number of electoral votes ever won
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A child who considers a person's intentions, as well as the consequences of a given action, is in Piaget's ___ morality stageautonomous (T/F)
The answer is Piaget's autonomous morality stage.
The influential psychologist Jean Piaget believed that children developed their morality in stages. The first was the heteronomous morality stage (between 5 and 9 years) where morality is imposed from the outside largely by authority figures like parents and teachers. The autonomous morality stage begins at around age 9 or 10 when children begin to recognize there is no absolute right or wrong. Piaget observed that children at this stage tend to base moral judgments on the intention of the actor rather than the consequences of the actions . They also think of hypothetical circumstances that might affect whether a rule should be applied or not. At this age the peer group of the child widens and they learn more about the morality of others and their own ideas begin to change.
In 1763, who was the Ottawa Chief who led the fight against frontier settlers? A. Bulldog Braddock
The principle that the just noticeable difference of any given sense is a constant fraction or proportion of the stimulus being judged is called ________
This principle is called Weber's Law of Just Noticeable Difference.
Weber's Law states that a a just or barely noticeable difference in a stimulus is constantly proportional to the original stimulus. It applied to various sensory stimulus such as loudness and brightness, amongst others.
For example, the brightness of a phone during daylight is barely noticeable since the light is proportional to the brightness, however at night the brightness is way more noticeable since the darkness is not proportional to the daylight.
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