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Ch 5.2 Cognitive Development Continuing 5.2
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Vygotsky (Social) Zone of Proximal Development (ZPD) Tasks too difficult for children to master alone but that can be mastered with guidance and assistance from more-skilled person Scaffolding Changing level of support over course of a teaching session to fit child’s current performance level; dialogue is important tool
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Study Designs Cross-sectional Longitudinal Sequential
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Ch 5.3 Soc and Emotional  Dvlpmnt
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Table 5.4 5 Table 5.4 Erikson’s stages of human development
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Infancy and Childhood 6 Attachment theory Attachment is a long-term feeling of closeness between a child and a caregiver First thought to be between mother and child Ainsworth Strange Situation
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Infancy and Childhood 7 In the Strange Situation study: A mother and infant (12 to 18 months of age) enter a room with toys in it. A stranger enters the room. Mother leaves the room. Mother returns to the room. Mother and the stranger leave the room. The stranger returns to the room. Mother returns to the room again.
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Infancy and Childhood 8 Ainsworth classified the infants’ responses as follows: Securely attached Anxious or insecurely attached Anxious and avoidant Disorganized http://www.youtube.com/watch? v=QTsewNrHUHU&feature=related
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Infancy and Childhood 9 Social development in childhood The quality of a child’s friendships appears to be of crucial importance during middle childhood
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