Carmichael's Manual of Child Psychology

Carmichael's Manual of Child Psychology

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But we must strongly emphasize the fact that accommodation does not exist without simultaneous assimilation either. From a biological point of view, ... If, however, the sound is never again followed by food, the conditioned response, or temporary link, will disappear; it has no intrinsic stability. ... Examples of this are the vocalizations of infants and the games of adults with a new car, radio, etc. b. Symbolicanbsp;...

Title:Carmichael's Manual of Child Psychology
Author:Leonard Carmichael
Publisher:John Wiley & Sons - 1970-01


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