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Unformatted text preview: Psychology Psychology Chapter 3 Section 2 Guided Reading 3­2 Guided Reading 3­2 1. Quantitative (amount) and qualitative (difference in thinking) Guided Reading 3­2 Guided Reading 3­2 2. By assimilation (fitting in to new schemas) or accommodation (changing our current schemas) Guided Reading 3­2 Guided Reading 3­2 3. As if it doesn’t exist Guided Reading 3­2 Guided Reading 3­2 4. Within the first year Guided Reading 3­2 Guided Reading 3­2 5. Representational is the ability to picture something in your mind. Object permanence is necessary for representational thought Guided Reading 3­2 Guided Reading 3­2 6. Ages 5­7 Guided Reading 3­2 Guided Reading 3­2 7. Sensorimotor, Preoperational, Concrete Operations, and Formal Operations Guided Reading 3­2 Guided Reading 3­2 8. Konrad Lorenz Guided Reading 3­2 Guided Reading 3­2 9. It is important for survival, and it helps form a bond between the child and who will teach it. Guided Reading 3­2 Guided Reading 3­2 10. The need for attachment is more important than food Guided Reading 3­2 Guided Reading 3­2 11. Separation Anxiety and Stranger Anxiety Vocabulary Activity 3­2 Vocabulary Activity 3­2 1. 2. 3. 4. 5. 6. 7. Schema Accomodation Assimilation Conservation Egocentric Imprinting Critical Period Vocabulary Activity 3­2 Vocabulary Activity 3­2 Object permanence refers to a child’s knowledge that an object exists even when they can not see it. Representational though is the ability to picture an object in their mind 2. Object permanence must develop first 1. ...
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