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Taking Up John Berryman's challenge in the Comment to the Question: Most people do not develop mentally past the Concrete Operations stage or early Formal Operations (Piaget). People with this (very common and normal) level of mental development do not reason well in abstract terms and cannot do advanced symbolic manipulations. They are prone to the many ...


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Freshness and cleanliness are rather distinct concepts (I could perceive a hospital floor as clean, but I normally would not judge it in terms of its freshness). There has been research on both, however, a general answer seems most helpful here, and I'm exemplarily referring to freshness. First of all, there are at least two different mechanisms. You have ...


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At least in part, the games include elements that make children more susceptible to buying in-app-purchases. Though this tactic may have been somewhat attenuated. In some other cases, I found the following conclusion from this review paper: Purchase behavior is explained primarily with purchase intention but also with habits. Purchase ...



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