accommodation 1. Dynamic changes in the lens of the eye that enable the viewer to focus. When viewing distant ob- jects, the lens is made relatively thin and flat; for near vision, the lens becomes thicker and rounder and has more refrac- tive power. 2. Term used by Piaget (along with assimilation) to describe how children might react to a new person, event, or object by modifying their scheme of thought.
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