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DEP 2004 HONORS STUDY GUIDE TEST II (5-7) MYERS Be very familiar with the following concepts: 1. Definition of cognition: the process of knowing and encompasses such as phenomena as sensation, perception, imagery, retention, memory, recall, problem solving, reasoning, and thinking. 2. Components of learning: a change in behavior, that is relatively stable, which results from experience 3. Research on neonatal and infant learning a. infants start learning in the womb b. fetuses respond to mother’s voice while in utero c. playing gives babies clues to what they should do and when they should do it 4. Piaget’s sensorimotor stage 5. Mother’s depression effect on infant development a. depressed mothers have reduced capacities to give care, nurture, and to stimulate their babies b. due to this youngsters lag behind in emotional, language, and social development 6. Object permanence 7. Bruner’s model: 8. Decrement and recovery of attention a. Decrement of attention- losing interest in an unchanging stimulus b. Recovery of attention- regaining interest when something new happens 9. Definition of language/conceptualization a. Language- a structured system of sound patterns that have socially standardized meanings b. Conceptualization- grouping perceptions into classes or categories based on similarities 10. Caretaker speech/motherese- type of speech where caretakers and mothers change their tone 11. Paralanguage, body language 12. Components of emotion:
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