Study Guide - Study Guide 1. Different types of...

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Study Guide 1. Different types of conservation mastery emerge at different times is called horizontal Decalogue. 2. Kohlberg moral development (the level a child is at is determined by how they reason about decisions.) 3. Piaget’s approach to mental ability (cognition) was to rank individuals according to their mental ability. False > Alfred Binet came up with this idea and he also was the father of the IQ test. 4. Both preoperational and concrete operational thoughts or levels involve reasoning. 5. Authoritarian parenting involves high levels of controls and responsiveness of the child’s needs. False > not responsiveness just control. 6. Cultures that do not have rights of passage are more discontinuous from childhood to adulthood. 7. Identity development begins after puberty. False > Infancy: ex. “mirror recognition” 8. Phenotypic sex differences first appear about 6 weeks after conception. 9.
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This note was uploaded on 04/14/2010 for the course PSYC 278 taught by Professor Palmer during the Spring '10 term at University of Louisiana at Monroe.

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