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Weeks 1 and 2 - Theories of Development Weird Things Babies...

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Theories of Development
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Weird Things Babies and Children Do Terrible Twos False Belief - Candy box that turns out to be full of pencils. Three-year olds say I always thought there were pencils in the book, Nicky will think there are pencils in the box.
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Terrible Twos explanations Explanations for the the behavior Asserting independence and establishing identity. Sense of self. Testing boundaries and consequences.Testing the variance of parents behavior. Testing the emotional reactions of parents. Getting attention from parents, especially if parents are less attentive. Exploring objects that are highlighted by an adult Explanations for the development from 3 -4 Becoming more aware of the environment.
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False Belief Explanations Explanations of the Behavior Holding on to a theory Emotional maturity – Simulation-Empathy Egocentrism Past and present-executive function The behavior of the people around them, caregivers aren’t expressing uncertainty.
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