Câu trả lời mẫu cho câu hỏi: Do children like to change opinions?
Absolutely! Young children form opinions mostly based on their experience. So in early stages of development, children change their opinions over and over again as they learn something new every day. They engage in an ongoing process of hypothesis testing and revision. They are exploring the world day by day and therefore moving from a less to more accurate picture of the world, which inevitably leads to a change in perception of everything around them. As children age, new social influences demand a certain conformity, which makes them see things differently, thereby changing established opinions.