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Children perceive the world spontaneously and unself-conciously. But as they grow into adulthood, learning more facts about reality, they lose their capacity for direct perception and immediate response.

If the statements above are true, which of the following conclusions can be logically inferred?
A) children's perceptions are better than those of adults
B) facts are unimportant in the process of perceiving
C) children and adults do not perceive the world in the same way
D) it is impossible for adults to recapture spontaneous perception
E) children do not distinguish clearly between fact and fantasy
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New post 04 Apr 2004, 09:19
C for me....Although E is a close contender....
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C is the most diplomatic answer.
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Tough choice. b/w C and E. C is the better answer.
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