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class05 - Cognitive Development Reading Response#1 Give a...

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Cognitive Development Reading Response #1 • Give a Freudian explanation for alcoholism. Then give a behaviorist explanation. Finally, invent a behaviorist treatment to get people to stop drinking 1
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Who is my TF? (corrected) A - Colb Sunny Bang, [email protected] Coll - G Erik Cheries, [email protected] H - Lio Jane Erickson, [email protected] Lip - O Koleen McCrink, [email protected] P - Star Izzat Jarudi, [email protected] Stau - Z Greg Laun, [email protected] Cognitive Development 2
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Big Questions 1. Morality 2. Continuity 3
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Big Questions 3. Knowledge Empiricism v. Nativism v. Constructivism Jean Piaget • 1896-1980 • Genetic epistemology • Theories • Methods • Observations 4
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Piaget’s Theory of Cognitive Development • Piaget believed that “children are active thinkers, constantly trying to construct more advanced understandings of the world” • Little scientists • These “understandings” are in the form of structures he called schemas Development of Schemas • Schemas are frameworks that develop to help organize knowledge • Assimilation - process of taking new information or a new experience and fitting it into an already existing schema • Accommodation - process by which existing schemas are changed or new schemas are created in order to fit new information 5
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