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EXAM MAJOR TOPICS!!!!!!! Multiple choice Adolescence 1/3 2/3- review of major topics Piaget stages of cognitive of development How he thinks learning and thinking changes Freud and Erikson- how were they different how did they think children devolpet Language development Nature vs Nurture Vygotsky- view of how we learn- vocab that he used Social development- Developing self awareness How does that change over time? Brain developmet- pre frontal cortex- what role does that play?? Piaget- Sensorimotor- active learning, no conceptual thought, to get out of must learn object permanence Preop- symbolic thought, language, egocentric thinking, to get out must use language as a significant means of self expression Concrete- apply logical principles only to things they can experience, they learn concepts of numbers, classification, scientific ideas Formal- conceptual thought, can think about abstract things or thing they have never experienced, ethics and politics become fascinating Piaget believed that learning occurs through assimilation and accommodation of new experiences to counteract the cognitive disequilibrium caused by the thing
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