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    It has been argued that some college students fail to achieve what Piaget called "formal operations."

    1. Given what you know about Piaget's Stages of Development, is it possible for a college student to have not achieved formal operations? Why or why not?

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    1. It has been argued that some college students fail to achieve what Piaget called "formal operations." Given what you know about Piaget's Stages of Development is it possible for a college student to have not achieved formal operations? Why or why not?

    Formal operations is when abstract thinking begins to emerge at about age 11 and devlops gradually until 15-16 and into adulthood. Both inductive and deductive ...

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    Based on Piaget's Stages of Development, this solution discusses if it possible for a college student to have not achieved formal operations, including why or why not.

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