preoperational


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preoperational

(ˌpriːɒpəˈreɪʃənəl)
adj
(Psychology) relating to a stage of cognitive development in children, as theorized by Jean Piaget
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Investigator would determine that the bomber carried out preoperational surveillance leading up to his actual attack, including flying this com muter plane route several times, presumably to test security and select the optimal seat selection to maximize the impact of his explosive device.
Domestic worker bundles have entered a preoperational phase as Tadbeer Customer Service Centre will start operation in the fourth quarter of 2017," according to the ministry.
The MeteoSwiss preoperational analysis with a horizontal resolution of 1.
Allegedly, the suspended PNP chief constantly asked for preoperational updates from Napenas; he also approved the final date and time-on-target coordination of the operation.
Although the methodology focuses on the early design phases, it could be equally applied to the detailed and preoperational phases of design.
He describes the origins of Milligan's approach to comedy and The Goon Show; distortions of time in it for comic effect, such as through multiple narrators, the fragmentation of timeframes, anachronisms, and musical interludes; how the show distorts space through strategies like being in two places at once and simultaneous multiple perspectives; parallels in his reorganization of time and space and strategies used by children to make sense of the world in the preoperational phase of cognitive development; and parallels with postmodern thought, such as with deconstruction, the Uncertainty Principle, multiple universes, and chaos theory.
Toddlers, from one to three years old, transition from sensorimotor learning (for example, when toys with flashing lights or sounds are entertaining) to preoperational thinking, where they can engage in play, sing songs, and listen to stories (Bickley & Szilagi, 2009).
Pre-operational thinking--between the ages of two and seven, children exhibit preoperational thinking.
In this article will be presented preoperational work for the sensors prototyping stage and simulation of its viability for force and deformation measurement that can find applicability not only in SHM monitoring but in a variety of situation where deformations have to be registered.
This is a mission planner Landscape Master urban work, comprising making a diagnosis, project definition studies and programming, studies preoperational the Carnot area and in particular on the Marceau barracks.
preoperational intelligence whereby the child, ages two to seven, perceives only one variable at a specific time.
sup][24] Thus, at the end of the surgery, although the BP of some cases did not reach the criteria of hypertension, their BP is higher than preoperational.