Bunny Project Handout - Psychology 140 Spring 2008 Bunny...

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Psychology 140 – Spring 2008 Bunny Project  Rough draft: due the week of April 7 th  in your discussion section  (April 8 th , 9 th , or 10 th ) This should be a complete  draft! Final paper + draft  (submitted together): due April 23 rd  in lecture (5 pgs., double-spaced) The video segments are available online at  http://www.lib.berkeley.edu/MRC/psych140.html . Each GSI has his or her own set of videos, so be sure to use the appropriate set: Casey (Th. 3, 4): “Casey”  Kevin (Th. 12, 1, 2): “Eric” Jennifer (Tues. 9, 10, 11): “Casey” Sheralyn (Wed. 3, 4): “Eric” Chrissy (Wed. 12, 1, 2): “Jeff” Project Outline This project involves making observations of a child at two ages, 22 months and 4 ½ years.  Observations will be drawn from two 20 minute videotape segments of the child (Andres – aka  Bunny) and his mother (Professor Gopnik) in a naturalistic setting.  You should make three  observations, one cognitive, one linguistic, and one social, comparing development at two ages. Introduction Give an introductory paragraph, placing the tape in the context of general accounts of children  this age.  How old is the child in each tape?  What is his social context in general?  What is the  specific setting of the tape segment and how might this affect the kind of observation you are  doing?
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This note was uploaded on 09/11/2008 for the course PSYCH 140 taught by Professor Christine during the Fall '08 term at University of California, Berkeley.

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