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PSYC101_studyguide1 - PSYC 101 Study Guide[50 questions 5...

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PSYC 101- Study Guide [50 questions, 5 areas] 1. Child Development (Intro) a. Why study child development? i. –raising children, social policies, learn human nature b. Plato v. Aristotle i. – Plato: children need discipline, self-control. Born with innate knowledge ii. –Aristotle: children need freedom to grow. Learn from experiences. c. Locke v. Rousseau i. –Locke: children as blank slate, gradual freedom for children ii. –Rousseau: parents and society give children max freedom from the start d. Social Reform Movements, Darwin’s Theory of Evolution- contribute how? i. –SRM, children under harsh conditions. Darwin, to gain insight in human species e. 7 Themes of child development (name and describe) i. Nature v. nurture ii. Active children iii. Continuity v. discontinuity iv. How development occurs 1. –variation and selection v. How socio-cultural context influence development 1. –all areas of EXTERNAL world that make up child’s environment vi. How children become different (4)
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This note was uploaded on 03/04/2010 for the course PSYC 101 taught by Professor Graham during the Winter '07 term at UCSD.

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PSYC101_studyguide1 - PSYC 101 Study Guide[50 questions 5...

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