PSY_214_sg3 - PSY 214 Adolescent Psychology Study Guide...

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PSY 214 – Adolescent Psychology Study Guide – Chapter 3 1. From Piaget’s point of view, how do biological (i.e. maturational) and environmental factors interact to bring about cognitive development? 2. How is an adolescent’s approach to problem-solving likely to be different from a younger child’s approach? Specifically, what is hypothetical-deductive reasoning? 3. How do you know if someone is capable of abstract thinking? What kinds of things are they able to do? How might abstract thinking affect an adolescent’s behavior? 4. What is the definition of complex thinking? Give some examples. Complex thinking: Thinking that takes into account multiple connections and interpretations, such as in the use of a metaphor, satire, and sarcasim. 5. What is the main advantage of the ability to think about thinking (i.e. metacognition)? On the other hand, what is adolescent egocentrism? Be able to describe and give examples of the imaginary audience and the personal fable. 6. How do thinking abilities continue to develop and change into adulthood?
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This note was uploaded on 12/17/2009 for the course PSY 214 taught by Professor Dr.judyleach during the Spring '07 term at St. Louis CC.

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PSY_214_sg3 - PSY 214 Adolescent Psychology Study Guide...

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