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29 HOIAJ does UNIT7 5. HoiAj are concrete operations different from sensori· motor phenomena? 6. What is an egocentric response? 7. Describe egocentric speech. 8. Describe the conservation experiment of pouring water from beaker to beaker. State the responses given by a child in the preoperational level, the transitional level, and the operational level. 9. Do all people pass through all of Piagetfs stages of intellectual development? Explain. 10. In the experiment where children had to combine liquide to produce a yellow mixture, describe the strategies used by the concrete operational child and the child who reached the stage of formal operations.
What is "hue"? 16. What is the color solid? 17. What is "saturation" of a color? 18. HOIAJ is the physical spectrum different from the psychological continuum of colors? 53 UNIT 11 19. What is a metameric color? 20. What is additive color mixture? 21. Describe the perception of subtractive color mixtures . 22. What is the trichromatic theory of color? Is there any physiological evidence in its support, and, if so, ujhat is it? 23. What is the opponent process theory of color? is it supported by physiological evidence?
6. When tiAJO groups differ in terms of whether a treatment is applied, what are the only three possible outcomes that can occur? 7. What are the two ways of making a simple experiment complex? 8. Although there is no fixed rule for selecting the number of levels of an independent variable, what considerations should be taken into account? 9. What advantage is there to doing two simple experiments simultaneously? 10. What is an interaction? 48 PSYCHOLOGICAL METHODS OF INQUIRY 11. What are the advantages to using a repeated measures design?