Chapter 8 Study Guide- Child and Adolescent

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Dodd 1 Reece Dodd Dr. Hardy EDFN 2053 Chap 8 Study Guide 1. Cardinality Ordinality Conservation task Centration Analogical transfer Pragmatics Laggin-down growth Catch-up growth Episodic memory Semantic memory Infantile Amnesia Script Overregularization 2. Genetic factors predict a person’s height and body proportions. Genetic factors work primarily through neural and hormonal activity. The hypothalamus contains cells that may determine whether growth is proceeding according to genetic instructions.
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Dodd 2 These cells trigger human growth hormone, a substance that interacts in complex ways with other hormones to influence growth. 3. Children in the preoperational stage can think using symbols, but their thought is limited in that it is egocentric. Children fail conservation tasks because they do not yet have the logical thought structures that allow them to think about reversibility. They also focus on only one aspect of a problem (centration), and they tend to focus on states. Some critics maintain that cognitive development is not as general as Piaget
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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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