Com 275 development theories

Com 275 development theories - Piagets 4 stages of mental...

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Piaget’s 4 stages of mental development: 1) Sensorimotor: (birth- 2 yrs) –Learning of language, discovering physical world T.V.= sights/ colors and sounds, women’s voices and music 2) Pre-operational: (2 – 7 yrs) – Begin to utilize symbols, make guesses about motives, group things into relationships. T.V.=Short stories, cartoons, characters 3) Concrete Operational: ( 7 – 11 yrs) –Conservation tasking, Mental recreations ( planning/scheming), takes perspective of others. T.V.= ½ hour to 1 hour shows, story-line, simple problem and solution, humor. 4) Formal Operational: (11 yrs – death) –Abstract thinking, verbal/logical reasoning, Geometric theorems. T.V.= mystery, crime stories, complex social problems, relationships Kohlberg’s Moral Development: 1) Pre-conventional: (kids 2-9) understand only through reward and punishment. 2) Conventional: (Adults 10- death for 80%) Being good caring, following rules, duty to society. 3)
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This note was uploaded on 04/18/2011 for the course COM 275 taught by Professor Sherry during the Fall '08 term at Michigan State University.

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