Exam 2 Study Guide - Spring 2010

Exam 2 Study Guide - Spring 2010 - FMSC 332 EXAM 2 STUDY...

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FMSC 332: EXAM 2 STUDY GUIDE Chapter 5: Infant Cognitive Development 1) What are the major assumptions and processes in Piaget's theory of infant cognitive development (sensorimotor period)? 2) How does memory develop in early and later infancy? How do we test object permanence, and what does this concept suggest about babies’ memory? What is the A-not-B search error and when does this occur? 3) What is the underlying concept of Vygotsky’s theory about how parents help their children’s cognitive development? What is the zone of proximal development? 4) What do infant IQ scores measure; what do they not measure? Chapter 6: Infant Social & Emotional Development 1) How do newborns’ predispositions and caregivers’ responses work together to produce reciprocity in social interactions? 2) What types of emotions do babies experience during their first year? 3) What are attachments and how do they differ from bonds? Who are some of the main attachment researchers? What have their studies shown about attachments? 4) What are the major patterns of attachment that have been identified, the patterns of caregiver behavior associated with each, and the influences they have on later development? 5) What are the 3 hallmark behaviors of a secure attachment? What is the general trend in attachments across all cultures?
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  • Spring '08
  • Evans
  • Theory of cognitive development, Infant cognitive development

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