2643GuideFall2008-1

2643GuideFall2008-1 - 2643 Autumn 2008 Wade-Stein Ph.D The...

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2643 Autumn 2008, Wade-Stein, Ph.D. The following are terms to help you organize your reading and studying for Child and Adolescent Psychology. When studying, make sure you can define each term and give an example of each term. Review all films viewed in class. Make sure you understand: What was the point of the film? How was the point made? What are the terms defined, explained, illustrated in the film? My multiple-choice questions assess your ability to memorize and recall material (with this ability you can most likely earn a ‘C’ in the class). Some questions will be designed to assess your ability to recognize how to apply concepts/theory to examples (with this ability you can most likely earn an ‘A’ or ‘B’ in the class). Please keep up with course reading. You will find that each exam covers ideas from the text at exactly the pace they appear on the syllabus. Exam 1 will cover Chapters 2, 3, 5, and 6; Exam 2 will cover Chapters 7, 10 and 16; Your final exam will cover all chapters of the text – and your quizzes will be good study sheets for text questions on your final! From your text: Chapter 2 DNA Chromosome Genes Alleles Heritability Kinship studies Fraternal vs. Identical Twins Down’s Syndrome Klinefelters Syndrome Turner’s Syndrome Eugenics Chapter 3 Stages of development Germinal Stage Embryonic Stage Fetal Stage Sensory capacities Learning in the womb Apgar Cleavage Babyness
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2643 Autumn 2008, Wade-Stein, Ph.D. Chapter 5 New physical capacities Piaget’s sensory motor stage A not B error Baillargeon – what does she find about object permanence? Visual cliff Representation Babbling Implicit vs explicit memory Attachment Chapter 6 Brain development first vs. second year Primary vs. secondary vs. tertiary circular reactions
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  • Fall '07
  • WADESTEIN
  • Psychology, Kohlberg's stages of moral development, Freud Erikson, Accommodation Equilibration Piaget, Assimilation Accommodation Equilibration, Freud Erikson Chapter, physical capacities Piaget

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