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Developmental Psychology II The Big Picture Physical Development We will focus on big changes early and late Cognitive Development Piaget’s Theory Recent evidence extending and qualifying this theory Social Development Attachment Theory Erikson’s Theory Gender Development
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Physical Development Infancy
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Physical Development Declines in Old Age
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Cognitive Development Piaget’s Theory
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Extensions and Qualifications of Piaget’s Theory • Does object permanence really emerge at or around 8 months? • Egocentrism and research on theory of mind. • Development is more continuous and happens earlier than Piaget propose
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Study 1 The participants were 2 and a half year olds The experimenter hid a toy in one of several locations when the parent was looking or not The child had to direct the parent to the location The child used more gestures and named the location
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Unformatted text preview: more when the parent wasnt looking when the item was hid Study 2 The participants were 2 year and 3 months old Similar to Study 1 but stickers were put in containers Children used more gestures when parents werent looking Research at the University of Waterloo - Theory of Mind in 2 year olds Dr. Daniela ONeill Social Development Attachment Theory Harlows Monkey Studies The theory behind attachment theory The methodology behind attachment theory What attachment predicts Social competence Even good adult relationships Social Development Eriksons Theory Gender Development A common observation is that childrens behaviour and particularly their play is gender stereotyped. Why? Is it the way their parents treat them? Lets look at two theories of gender typing?...
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This note was uploaded on 02/11/2011 for the course PSY 2012 taught by Professor Dobson during the Spring '08 term at University of Florida.

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