HGDNOTESFIVE92806

HGDNOTESFIVE92806 - Object Permanence:-Being able to hold...

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HUMAN GROWTH AND DEVELOPMENT SEP. 28, 2006 Sensory-Motor Period: - Birth – two years - Senses = touch, taste, smell, vision, hearing - Motor = movement Six Sub-Stages: - Reflex sub-stage - Primary (with their body) circular (repeatedly) reactions = when there is intentional action - Secondary (objects) circular reactions = they interact with objects – being able to investigate an objects - Coordination of secondary (objects interact) circular reaction – cause and effects (around the 9 th month) “All the information we get is from all the information we have.” Early Representation: toys represent what other things are out there
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Unformatted text preview: Object Permanence:-Being able to hold in your head the mental image of the object.-Must have a mental image Expectant/Experience Brain Growth: They learn through doing and exploration draw their own conclusions Experience/Dependent Brain Growth:-Growth/learning occurs based on specific experiences -Taught how to put on your jacket and how to tie your shoes Categorization/Memory:-How you make sense of the world o Example a woman starts talking and a male voice comes out they think those things dont go together...
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