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the propensity of a young kid to interpret natural occurrences, like clouds, wind, and rain, with consideration to intentions and willful behaviors, that being, in an anthropomorphic instead of mechanical regard.

PRECAUSAL THINKING: "Jean Piaget was the first person to explain the concept of precausal thinking."

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