Chapter 5 slides - INFANCY Cognitive and Language...

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INFANCY: Cognitive and Language Development
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Cognitive Development Cognitive Development
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Learning: A Definition Learning: A Definition o A change in behavior. I Change must be relatively stable. I Change must result from experience.
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How Soon Do Infants Start How Soon Do Infants Start Learning? Learning? o Learning in the Womb in Last Trimester I De Casper I Cat in the Hat a Newborn Learning I Kisilevsky et al. studied auditory perception I Saffran and Thiessen studied music perception
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Piaget: The Sensorimotor Piaget: The Sensorimotor Period Period o Refers to the coordination of motor activities with sensory inputs. I Capacity to look at what they’re listening to I Object permanence: capacity to view the external world as permanent I Inability to represent world internally I Craniosacral therapy
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Neo- and Post-Piagetian Neo- and Post-Piagetian Research Research o Playing Is Learning I Playing gives babies clues as to what they should do and when they should do it. I
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