Chapter 1 - 03:10 Chapter 1: Nature of Development...

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03:10 Chapter 1: Nature of Development Behavioral Reorganization : a change in the way a developing child organizes and uses his/her capabilities Children take skills they already know and use it in another way Ex: child walks then begins to run Quantitative vs. qualitative changes: Quantitative : when change can be measured by standard of measurement o i.e. child who begins to walk can eventually walk across a room Qualitative : novel ability emerges that cannot be measured with a previous standard of measurement o i.e. baby babbling then forming actual words Continuous vs. discontinuous development, and normative vs. individual development Continuous : changes are small and gradual, difficult to notice change Discontinuous : changes are made in steps, through stages o Easy to notice change Normative : typical or average development of all children o I.e. children sit up at 6 months, crawl at 9 Individual : variations around the normative course of development
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