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1 Cognitive Developmental Approaches II Lecture 6 Theories of Cognitive Development (continued) square6 Progress since Piaget square6 Socio-cultural theories (Lev Vygotsky) square6 Information Processing Theories square6 Core Knowledge Theories Do infants know more than Piaget thought? square6 “Violation of Expectation” Tasks square6 Habituated to a series of events square6 Test events use the preferential looking paradigm square6 Test events have an expected and an unexpected outcome Object Concept square6 Baillargeon’s rotating drawbridge study (1987) Habituation event Test events ? ? Do infants know more than Piaget thought? Object Concept square6 Baillargeon’s rotating drawbridge study (1987) Control condition: Habituation event Test events ? ? Do infants know more than Piaget thought? Number Concept square6 Wynn’s mathematical addition study (1992) Do infants know more than Piaget thought?
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2 Vygotsky’s Socio-Cultural Theory square6 Two aspects to Vygotsky’s theory square6 Social Cognition Model
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