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