HD 320 Article review 1

HD 320 Article review 1 - Development of Self Recgonition1...

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Billy Cooper 821683423 The article By Michael Lewis and Douglas Ramsay examines the development of a child’s self-recognition, or self metarepresentation of self. The metarepresentation of self is the idea that a child is consciously thinking that they are aware that they understand what is happening. The way the researchers measured the child’s self-representation is by observing the child’s reaction to visual self-recognition, observing children in pretend play, and the personal In the experiment researcher’s Lewis et al., examined a group of 66 children (33 male, 33 female), at ages of 15, 18, 21 and 24 months. The group of children that were examined had all been cared for in the full-term nursery at The University of Medicine and Dentistry of New Jersey. Of the children that were involved in the experiment, 76% were white, 14%were black, 6% Hispanic, and 5% were Asian. Furthermore, the educational background of the children varied from parents without high school diplomas to parents that graduated, to parents with some schooling beyond high school, and lastly parents with a college degree or more. Lastly, 64 of the
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