Chapter 6 Study Guide- Child and Adolescent

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Dodd 1 Reece Dodd Dr. Hardy EDFN 2053 Chap 6 Study Guide 1. a. Externality effect- Tendency for infants younger than two months to focus on the external features of a complex stimulus and explore the internal features less systematically. b. Visual Cliff- Experimental apparatus used to test depth perception, in which the surface on one side of a glass-covered table is made to appear far below the surface on the other side. c. Developmental delay- The condition children are said to have when they deviate noticeably from motor, cognitive, and language milestones in one or more areas. d. Explicit Memory- Conscious recollection of a past event or experience. e. Implicit Memory- Nonconscious recollections of how to do something behaviorally. f. Recall Memory- Ability to reproduce stimuli that one has previously encountered. g. Recognition memory- Ability to identify whether a stimulus has previously been encountered.
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Dodd 2 h. Scaffolding- Temporary aid provided by one person to encourage,
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This note was uploaded on 04/18/2008 for the course EDFN 2053 taught by Professor Hardy during the Spring '08 term at Ouachita Baptist.

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