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Psyc 1101 Social Psychology July 20, 2010
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REMINDERS Final Exam Thursday, August 5 8:00 am Assign extra credit by 11:59 pm on Friday, July 30.
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Class Outline Quiz Review Developmental Review Piaget’s stages of cognitive development Social Psychology Attitudes affect behavior Groups affect behavior Authority affects behavior Hand back exams
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Quiz Review Question 1 Language Acquisition Device : Biologically innate mechanism in humans that facilitates learning. Evidence: -Cross Cultural 1 word babble complex grammar 2 word 36 mo 6-10 mo12 mo 18 mo
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Quiz Review Question 1 Language Acquisition Device : Biologically innate mechanism in humans that facilitates learning. Evidence: -Cross Cultural -Sensitive periods
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Quiz Review Question 1 Language Acquisition Device : Biologically innate mechanism in humans that facilitates learning. Evidence: -Cross Cultural -Sensitive periods -Animal Cognition
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Quiz Review Question 2 Telegraphic speech Two or three word utterances that omit phonemes and prepositions. Overextension errors. Erroneously extending the meaning of words to cover things and ideas for which a new word is lacking.
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Quiz Review Question 3 Verbal Fluency vs. Verbal Comprehension Language as dynamic
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Class Outline Quiz Review Developmental Review Piaget’s stages of cognitive development Social Psychology Attitudes affect behavior Groups affect behavior Authority affects behavior Hand back exams
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Developmental Psychology The study of changes in physiology , social , and cognitive behavior over the lifespan. -physiological: neural development -social: theories of attachment -cognition: Theory of Mind and Piaget’s stages of development.
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2 Goals of Developing Brain 1. Increase amount of white matter and synaptic connections myelination: nerve fibers wrapped with fatty sheath to increase the speed at which they are able to transmit signals. 1. Synaptic pruning process whereby the synaptic connections in the brain that are
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Attachment -Strong, intimate, emotional connection between people that persists over time and across circumstances. -Harlows Monkeys -Human Attachment Styles secure, avoidant, anxious/ambivalent
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Social Development: Summary Newborns form bonds with adults (attachment). Infants (at least monkeys) demonstrate a preference for comforting mother over food giving mother. Social experience at a young age contributes to social experiences throughout young adulthood.
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Class Outline Quiz Review Developmental Review Piaget’s stages of cognitive development Social Psychology Attitudes affect behavior Groups affect behavior Authority affects behavior Hand back exams
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Infants think differently about the world compared to adults. For example:
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This note was uploaded on 10/21/2010 for the course PSYCH 1101 taught by Professor Tomhutcheon during the Summer '10 term at Georgia Institute of Technology.

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