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Baby Olympia grabbed a spoon, looked straight at Osborn, her babysitter, then dropped it on the ground.
Osborn has studied Piaget, so rather than take it personally, he thinks Olympia is likely choosing to drop the spoon because of which factor?
Baby Olympia does not understand object permanence.
Her moral development is not sophisticated enough to consider how her actions affects Osborn.
Baby Olympia is egocentric.
She is exploring her environment and building schemas.
Her behavior is being reinforced each time the babysitter gives the spoon back.