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1 Developmental Psychology Exam 2 review Spring 2009 The exam will include material from lecture (including 3/30), the textbook (p. 114 – 119, chapters 6 – 8), video, and the supplemental readings (articles by Hay, Brooks, Evans, Rosenzweig, Goldstein, Locke, Gomez, Smith, Kirkham, Conway). The questions will be a mix of multiple-choice, very-short-answer (a few words or a sentence), and not-so-short answer (a few sentences). The outline integrates material from the text, readings, videos, and lecture. The review is intended only as an outline of the material to help you keep everything organized. Do not use this outline as an indication of the level of detail you will need to know (the outline merely skims the surface).
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2 I. Social development in infancy A. Early social learning and development 1. Infant-directed speech a) Acoustic and linguistic characteristics b) Functions II. Motor, cognitive and social development in the second year (chapter 6, Hay, Brooks) A. Cognitive development in the second year 1. Piaget’s sensorimotor substages 5 and 6 a) Changes in perception of object permanence 2. Changes in categorization (Gelman, Sugerman), representation
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